Social media promotion for the official Facebook page.
Paper ad for the show in Norways biggest newspaper; VG.
11 meter high promotion on a hotel venue.
Encap Security Demo
Encap Security is a company that has developed a smarter authentication method when logging in to secure services like a online bank service. The basic idea is that you use a smart device, like a smart phone or pad, to generate unique keys when you sign in to a secure service.
Naturally their technology is hidden and not noticed by the regular layman so it's important for them to demonstrate how their system actually can work to their customers and clients. To demonstrate their authentication method we created a "fake" online bank called West Springfield Bank with some basic functionality. We also created a mobile application to simulate signing in and authorize transactions.
The mobile app also feature a mobile banking experience, complete with a device registration, One-Time Password setup and TouchID for sign in and transaction authorization sequence.
A typical scenario where you use your smart device with TouchID to sign in to your online bank service.
The website is built with Bootstrap and is completely responsive to work on all devices.
Some of the screens designed for the mobile app.
Roskilde Festival 2014
I visited Roskilde festival in 2013 with some friends for the first time and had a great time. When Roskilde launched a competition to design the official t-shirt for 2014 and jumped at the challenge.
I had some initial ideas I played around with but I wasn't really happy with any of them. Then the idea for the guitar pick came back from the "Kvina Rock" project that I had worked on a couple of months before. Since that didn't get anywhere I felt that symbol would be great for the Roskilde Festival.
I played around with the typography, added some 'grunge' and voila, I got something that I felt could represent the festival. I submitted my design competition and it was selected as one of the ten finalists to be voted on. After a few weeks of voting, my design was the most voted on and I won the competition. Now that was pretty cool!
The final logo symbol for the Roskilde Festival 2014.
The winning t-shirt design.
The festival added the symbol on many of the official products.
It's not everyday a royalty wears your design, so it was cool to see my design be worn by the Crown Princess Mary of Demark visiting the festival with her husband.
Kvina Rock Weekend
A friend of mine had this idea to arrange a rock weekend in the spring of 2014. The basic idea is to get some local and national bands together and have a big party.
As many ideas, this sounded good on paper but to really make it happen requires a hell of a lot of work. Unfortunately, the idea never got off the drawing board.
However, I made the branding for it, with logo, t-shirt and a poster to try and kick off the project, but it went nowhere.
The municipal logo have a shape similar to the guitar pick, so I put two and two together. :)
The logo and color profile developed for the rock weekend event.
The t-shirt design with the events symbol on the left side and the logo of the venue on the right side.
Backside of t-shirt displaying bands playing at the event.
The teaser poster design.
Rammstein MacBook Decal
This is a MacBook decal I made for the band Rammstein's competition for their 20th anniversary.
The idea is pretty simple, keep the design expression of Rammstein, but add something to make it stand out.
I made the bands logo as a cut out from a logo-inspired shape and this would go over the Apple light on Macbooks. The idea is that the light will shine through the cutout logo.
I would personally buy one. :)
A friend of mine is running a Rottweiler training facility called Camp K9 in Arvika, Sweden. He is also a collector of dog, specifically Rottweiler patches from around the world. These patches are mostly from Police departments, but also some from Rottweiler clubs.
He wanted a patch to represent his Camp K9 and asked me if I could help with the design.
The design colors is based on the Swedish flag but with a hint of Norwegian colors as well.
The original picture to base the patch on.
After working with the image in Photoshop and Illustrator, this is the vectorised colorised result.
This is the final vectorised patch with a simulated denim background.
Picture of the final patch after it came back from the stitchers. I'm quite impressed they managed to preserve so many details.