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Sofa, velour, 3 pers. , Bolia Mr. Big, Mr. Big sofa i velour, novel grey brown. 2 år gammel og fremstår som ny, da sofaen har stået i en stue, som næsten ikke er blevet brugt. Kommer desuden fra et hjem uden dyr, børn og rygning. 1 MR. BIG højre hjørnemodul 1 MR. BIG venstre hjørnemodul Stof: Novel Ben: Sortbejdset eg Farve: Grey Brown Nypris: 42.817kr Salgspris: 18.000kr
This fashion-series displaying a hat by the designer Henrik Vibskov was done during my stay at Krabbesholm Højskole. The Danish fashion photographer Mikkel Strange visited the school and set the assignment. There should be 3 types of images in the series; an atmospheric photo, a portrait shot and a product photo. I collaborated with two other girls in the process. The model is sweet Emma Isbach (Emma Oak).
Another genre than my other work; This is an assignment for the fictional movie & music festival; Copenhagen Carnage. Fun fact: After posting this on Facebook, some distant acquaintances began seeking out more information on the festival. Successful and convincing work, I'd say. ^^
New design for the old Danish music magazine “Adventure”. I came up with the new name “NineteenHundredAndYesterday” as a homage to the Danish rock-band D:A:D, and at the same time a reference to the articles in the magazine, which are about rock bands and musicians who were active a decade or more ago. Designers: Myself. My teacher and “mentor” throughout the assignment was Lisbeth Højmark. #SchoolOfVisualCommunication
Coverdesign for the first 3 issues of a free student’s magazine. Spring, Sommer and Autumn, each with a special theme. (How to live on roadkill, the Burining Man festival, and travelling cross countries with a truck-driver). All the typography is handdrawn. Designers: Theis Hedegaard Pedersen & myself. Our teacher was Lisbeth Højmark. #SchoolOfVisualCommunication
A project done while taking a photography course at Krabbesholm Højskole, Denmark. [Note: Large amounts of glitter and sugar crystals were used in the making of these pictures!] Deeply inspired by the photographer Marilyn Minter. Model: My dear friend Josephine.