“Hvass&Hannibal is a design and art studio based in Copenhagen, established in 2006 by Sofie Hannibal and Nan Na Hvass. We work with art and design – basically everything from album covers to music videos, graphic art, silkscreening, art direction, illustration, installation and lots more…”
I am really loving what these guys are laying down. Good stuff.
“This is the portfolio website of Copenhagen based graphic designer and artist Søren Severin.
Here you can see a selection of my work and skills in graphic design and related disciplines. Currently, I am mainly working in various forms of print and identity design, but I am always aspiring to work within a wide range of different media. Besides working freelance, I am a full time student at Danmarks Designskole (DKDS) where I am currently finishing my fifth year of studies.
The portfolio contains both commissioned and personal work, as well as selected school projects. The website will be updated regularly.”
“Established by Jacob Wildschiødtz and Troels Faber, NR2154 is a multidisciplinary design studio specialising in graphic design.”
They are responsible for loads or interesting and expertly crafted graphic design. Hey guys, got room for another coworker in Copenhangen? I have some relatives there. Just a thought.
Joakim Eskildsen takes absolutely downright gorgeous photographs of people from far away places some of us will never lay eyes upon. There is a lot there I can identify with after my time in the poorest state in Brazil. He captures the people as they are and their souls are laid bare in his imagery. Stunning work.
His bio: “Joakim Eskildsen was born in Copenhagen in 1971 where he trained with the Royal Court photographer Rigmor Mydtskov. In 1994, he moved to Finland to learn the craft of photographic book making with Pentti Sammallahti at the University of Art and Design in Helsinki, graduating with an MA degree in photography in 1998. His publications include Nordic Signs (1995), Bluetide (1997), iChickenMoon (1999), which was awarded Best Foreign Title of 2000 in the Photo-Eye Books & Prints Annual Awards, the portfolio al-Madina (2002), which was made in collaboration with Kristoffer Albrecht and Pentti Sammallahti, and the book The Roma Journeys (2007, Steidl).”
Beautful imagery abounds in the fashion photography folio of Rasmus Mogensen. Seriously, just beautful photographs.
Danish agency the Re-Public has some nice work in their book. I have to be honest and say that their website aggravates me a little. If you can get around that there is some nice work up to check out.
Sidenote: Blogging from the Miami airport right now about to board the overnight flight to Brasil. That’s how I roll, blogging up to the last possible second because I love you.
Absolutely hauntingly beautiful architectural photography from Kim Høltermand.
There is some really nice work in the portfolio of Copenhagen-based design studio Designbolaget.
Newly established Danish motionographer Jesper Bentzen has launched a new site featuring his gorgeous work. He also happens to have a highly functional and totally non-disruptive Flash website which is a nice thing in and of itself. Brilliant work all around.