Multidicsiplinary Graphic Designer based in Oslo, Norway.
Currently working at Tank Design Oslo (www.tank.no)
+47 45 25 19 14
Graphic Designer, Tank Design Oslo
August 2016 -
Graphic Designer, Boardshop.no AS
August 2009 - September 2016
Consultant, Lampehuset AS
November 2014 - July 2015
Sales, Jeans Spesialisten AS
February 2007 - July 2009
Bachelor in Graphic Design, Westerdals ACT
August 2013 - June 2016
Marketing, BI Trondheim
August 2010 - June 2011
General Studies Admission, Levanger VGS
August 2008 - June 2009
Media and Communication, Levanger VGS
August 2006 - June 2008
Boardshop, Norway’s biggest online boardsports store, wanted to regain the trust to their customers by refreshing their identity and making a more modern and trustworthy look. We gave the identity a facelift of the old logo, new colours, a more defined way of using photos + more.
From the 1st of July 2015 Response Nordic has the distributor rights to GoPro in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Iceland. In addition to GoPro they distribute Volcom, Electric, Nitro, XSories and more. Today Response Nordic has all the major nordic retailers within sports and electronics on its list of customers.
We were invited by Coca Cola Norway to participate in the celebration of the iconic contour bottle. The task was to make our own interpretation of 100 years of happiness and to visualize it on a shrink wrap for the bottle. Me and my team decided to focus on the history of the bottle and the fact that it was inspired by the Theobroma Cacao nut. In this project I worked with idea, concept and 3D visualization.
Format’s new logo symbolizes the variety and universality of the formats the artists works in. With a unique placed blank space that symbolizes the white walls in the gallery. Using typography and white space the visual profile makes room for the most important, the art.
The differences between us humans makes room for funny discussions over the smallest things in our everyday lives. Like how you hang the toilet paper or from which side you open a banana. We took these small bagatells and made them into BigBagaTell – a Agenda with a twist of humor.