Wednesday, September 24, 2008
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Monday, September 15, 2008
Saturday, September 13, 2008
Graniph is a company from Japan. They have the coolest t-shirt designs in the world. they didn'nt think I was too cool though, cus my designs didn't got selected. or does it mean i'm even cooler then them and they can't see how cool i am cus they are so uncool? Defence and blame in all honour...
The text that I was supposed to illustrate for in Swedish, my own language, was so complicated I had to call my mother three times to be able to figure out what it meant. I think I still don't really know what it was all about.
I made this digital print for Lee jeans. I wanted it to be kinda dark and mystical, I'm very happy with it. the houses is small models that I built out of Lee jeans. the pictures in the windows is from their makehistory campaign. It's supposed to be my imaginary lee world. It was photographed in complete darness except some candle light and long exposure. Hard work but it was worth it big time.
I made a digital print on canvas for Wrangler jeans to be hanged in their show room. I wanted the photo to symbolise how Wrangler is still traditional and classic but that they are also moving on. The solution was a suitcase for travelling full with personal belongings. The text on the nail-cutters are Depeche mode lyrics. The book is a tourist book about Stockholm from the 40s, hillerious book actually. The EP:s is images of sausages and snow and happy people skiing and stuff. The owner of the suitcase is probably me but a man 40 years ago, who loves meat and loadsa sousages...
The whole idea is that the soldiers are running in the same time as the sun goes from sunrise to sunset. It was a very precious job to do mostly for my friend that had to lie naked on my floor for a few hours with soldiers taped to her body. It was fun.