New two-colour specially printed posters just released (march, 2014).
Portraying two of Ethiopias great musicians, Hailu Mergia and Mulatu Astatke, these posters were printed as a mix of modern offset and ol’skool bookprinting. The cold red colour is printed traditionally, and holds the usual gradients within the colour. The black is printed by help of an old-fashioned cliche, that puts not only black colour, but also a mark in the paper. Hence the technique, the black part holds no gradient, only black or nothing.
The prints are 66 by 47 cm, and numbered from 1 to 100.
One of the cliches in close-up:
New Poster for Jazzhouse, Cph, presenting shows to come in the spring of 2014. The pantone-colours are red, green and blueish-grey.
Here are two new illustrations for the GivHåb-campaign ( check: http://givhåb.nu/projekter/ ). This time the short-stories are written by children, and it is really great stuff.
I just recieved ‘Statens Kunstfonds treårige arbejdsstipendie’, which is a great honour and also a lot of money. Here is a link.
Please click around on my ‘homie’ to see more nice graphic work.
For those of you, who speak (or at least read) Danish, there is an interview with my-humble-self here: danskedesignere.dk/problemer-er-undervurderede