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Boogie School
(Posters)
Client: Boogie School, Copenhagen
Year: 2012

Posters announcing a series of parties in the village
of Christiania in Copenhagen. Each party features
a special guest from the sphere of soul, disco and
funk music. Typeface “Boogie School” is designed by Mads Freund Brunse.
Turnover
(Identity)
(Brand book)
Client: Veldhoven Group – Linda Teeling, Amsterdam
Year: 2012

It's never just about the clothes is an almanac of style and a book about seeing life from inside and out.

This books deals with the design philosophy and heritage of the brand Turnover, as well as a series of inspirational interviews asking women with substance about what makes them tick. More here...

Creative team:
Dominique Lesbirel, Vladimir Llovet Casademont,
Kim Seijmonsbergen and Sofie Spindler

Photography: Paul Bellaart, Uta Eisenreich and Kira Bunse


LungA Art Festival
(Identity)
Client: LungA, Seyðisfjörður
Year: 2011–2012
Credits: Collaboration with Guðmundur Úlfarsson

Identity for the annual LungA festival taking place in
Seyðisfjörður, a village in the eastern part of Iceland.

The poster from 2011 won the prize for the best poster at the 2012 award ceremony for the Association of Icelandic Graphic Designers. The newspaper got a recognition as well.

Typeface “Rather” designed in collaboration with Guðmundur Úlfarsson.

Lloyd Corporation
(Posters)
Client: Lloyd Corporation, London
Year: 2012
Credits: Collaboration with Guðmundur Úlfarsson

Invitational posters for artist duo Lloyd Corporation's
exhibitions at Four Boxes Gallery (DK) and
Green is Gold (DK).

Typeface “Las Vegas” designed by Guðmundur Úlfarsson and “Separat” designed in collaboration with Guðmundur Úlfarsson.

De Smukkeste
Schweiziske Bøger
(Poster)
Client: Charlottenborg Books, Copenhagen
Year: 2011

Writing the word “book” in Danish, German, French and Italian, this poster announces the exhibition of The Most Beautiful Swiss Books at Charlottenborg Books in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Typeface “Separat” designed together with Guðmundur Úlfarsson.
 
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