Junior Designer, Essen International
Internship, Essen International
BFA Visual Communication, Beckmans Collage of Design (2016—2019)
Östra Grevie Folkhögskola
Svenskt Tenn (2018)
Concert Hall (2016)
Kulturhuset was built with the vision of being a living room for everyone. A vision that seems more relevant today than ever since Stockholm is considered one of the world's loneliest cities.
By using Augumented Reality and image recognitioning, anyone can leave a message using their phone or listen to other people's thoughts. Abstract 3D shapes inspired by living room materials and conversation dynamics shape the conversations and create a visual addition to the room through Augmented Reality.
The senior students from the Product and Interior Design program at Beckmans Collage of design were paired together and put to work with six furniture producers, the results of which were exhibited at the Stockholm Furniture & Light fair.
The playful typography is meant to embrace the never linear process. With this in mind we made a lookbook, six short films and one longer film featuring the sounds from the different processes behind each student's project.
Loneliness is a common health problem. It results in both mental and physical distress. And yet, we rarely talk about it because of shame.
Ensamheter is a project that seeks to give a more nuanced picture of loneliness with the aim of conquering the sense of shame and opening the way to discussion. It consists of a collection of facts, narratives and places that relate to loneliness. On the website anyone can learn about other people’s loneliness, or they can share their own experience.
If the littering of the oceans continues at its current rate, by 2050 there will be as much plastic in the sea as there is fish. All this plastic will eventually be consumed by fish and in turn by us.
The installation symbolizes the journey of microplastics into our bodies, as well as how we tend to treat the oceans like a sewer. Inside the pipes are different plastic waste that's being moved in the rythm of a human pulse using an Arduino computer.
The fashion students at Beckmans Collage of Design were paired with different sports and outdoor wear to create a new collection. Me and a group from my class designed everything between promotional video, website, folder, prints and visuals.
Thanks to Director of Photography, Gustav Stegfors, and Photography, Amanda Nilsson for an incredible work.
This is a collection of different work. It's eveything between competitions, exhibitions, work and also some personal stuff.
Alumnis and last year students of Beckmans Collage of Design had the opportunity to exhibit their architectural designs. And I, together with two classmates, had the pleasure of creating the visual identity.