Logo for motorcycle apparel company.
Client wanted a masculine logo that was only lettered based and that would communicate movement and motors.
Client was looking for a organic nature based look that would give the feel of nature, sea, the Norwegian coast and seaweed.
Organic earthy colors was used for the logo. The lettering consists of a piece of seaweed that is flowing in the water and spells out the letters TMT.
Film is a video diary perspective from the life of a heroin user in Oslo.
Magnus Lilleberg takes you on a intimate journey into his everyday life as a heroin addict in the capital of Norway. He films himself with his hand-held camera and he describes a tough reality without demanding compassion in return.
Poster was created using a mixture of photo manipulation and digital painting in Photoshop.
Font for the Title «Magnus» is created from Magnus Lillebergs own handwritten signature.
The buildings depicted on the poster are taken from areas in Oslo were Magnus and other addicts usually meet.
Comisson T-shirt design.
Only instruction given was to make a mash-up of two iconic 80’s movies.
Doc and Morty dressed up as ghostbusters with marshmellow man and delorean.
Vector art created in Illustrator. Used a pyramid type design for the composition and as few colors as possible without loosing imagery to make it easily printable.
The theme of the Novel is Espionage-Military.
The Client wished to have a range from concept art, to full detail illustration, and photo manipulation of images.
Using themes similar to «Call of Duty» and «Battle Field» (Games)
The Novel is about a Black Ops agent that goes rogue and an opposing agent is sent to stop him.
Latley I have been finding myself working way too much directly on the computer.
Descided to take som time and do some rough pencil sketches just to get the feeling of drawing on paper again.
I think its important not to forget about the basics as this helps a lot when vectorizing and digitilizing artwork later.
I find that when sketching and creating artwork directly on photoshop or illustrator it is easy to suddenly get very mechanical and loose flow when drawing.
It’s been a while since I put time with pencil and paper and found that I was really out of practise and had to consentrate more than before to get things as as I imagined.