25/11/09 21:30 Filed in: Design
We have made the new design for Drangedal Kulturkalender which (we hope) will be delivered with the local newspaper, Drangedalsposten, tomorrow morning.
The design is relatively simple; naked branches on thick white paper with three tones of blue, swooshing in the background. The two cones hanging from the top branch of page one are from the Drangedal municipal coat of arms. The format is A3, accordion-folded to eight pages, the font is the spindly-and-clean Century Gothic - regular for the headlines, alternating between regular and bold in the calendar. Read More...
25/11/09 21:26 Filed in: Art
Our neverending project Habitat is going through some decisive days at the moment. The future of the project is uncertain as we enter the next week, and these renderings of Habitat for our final presentation may be the last work to be done on the project... Read More...
23/11/09 12:01 Filed in: Design
Our logo design for Lauvstad Charolais is ready! We had an exciting but trying photoshoot with bull number 1009. Despite his appearance he is a docile creature mostly interested in beeing scratched behind his ears, not to keen on keeping a pose though. Our trusted Leica died and the borrowed camera had a four-second shutter-delay which was a bit sucky when trying to take a good picture of a 1000kg bull. Read More...
16/11/09 12:03 Filed in: News
After some three months mail correspondence with the real estate agent our house is paid for and the contract signed. While searching the webarchives of the Drangedal history preservation project we discovered this old photograph of our house. We guess it to be a photo taken to document the newly built house since the sidings of the groundfloor, the store, are not yet painted. Not yet sure of the age of this house or the identity of the different people on the photograph