FROM MY b.a. final project. MY SUBJECT
WAS time; personal versus systematic time units.
THE ILLUSTRATIONS ARE
FROM A BOOK on THE topic. it was printed
in ONE HUNDRED copies.
the typographers guide to reykjavík - social media guide for the guests of an typographic conference in harpa, fall 2011.
Illustrations were used for facebook, printed catalogue, bags, t-shirts and postcards.
HOT DOG STAMP!
Fourth series in the Iceland Post - Postphil series of stamps dedicated to contemporary Icelandic design, released in 2013.
The stamps are designed by graphic designer Örn Smári Gíslason and the motifs are the work of four graphic designers, Sigurdur Oddsson, Ragnar Freyr Palsson, Ran Flygenring and Sigurdur Eggertsson.
read about it,
and/or buy one here.
Animated illustratons MADE for the icelandic design center press mails for their guests at designmarch 2012.
From a wedding.
A couple got
married & asked me
to illustrate it.
a Christmas card illustration foR unicef iceland by halli civelek and me in collaboration
with children from the Reykjavík Art Academy.
Hüte deine Zunge means watch your mouth.
three of the icelandic yule lads; sheep-worrier, door sniffer and Sausage Swiper. illustrations made for "the christmas cat", deck of cards by spilaborg.
tokyo. one of many
chosen illustrations from a collection made for an information leaflet about the service provided for families, parents and children in reykjavík.
published in 2012 by the city of Reykjavík, human rights department.
the most necessary cosmetic bag supplies. illustration from the book 'hola, lovers' by fashion blogger H.
out on the 27th of july
"Ein zauberhaft illustrierter Roman in drei Teilen (auch für Kinder!) - mit einer besonderen Heldin – trotzig, eigensinnig und voller Fantasie und Witz."
Verlag: Carl Hanser
a short illustrated
story about a girl
and her horse. the
end is very sad.
Illustrations made after and during an excursion with the Iceland Academy of the Arts to Istanbul autumn 2008.
tote bag prints for the iceland design center and íslandsstofa.
would like it.
a solid 5x5x5cm block
of salted licorice and
a sweet sugar frosting thing that icelanders
The candy has been specially designed, made and sold at and for the
icelandic design festival Hönnunarmars (it is a word joke) in 2011 and 2012, in collaboration with product designer Arna Rut Þorleifsdóttir.
the german youth literature award motif 2013. ONe of the prize wiinners from previous year get the honour of illustrating next years award look, which is used for posters, flyers and nomination leaflets.