Dea Trier Mørch Typo


Custom designed typeface based on the wood- and linocut lettering of Danish artist Dea Trier Mørch for the exhibition of her graphic works – Into the World – at Louisiana Museum of Art.

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
2019


Godsbanen Display


Custom logo and signage typeface for  Godsbanen – a center for culture production in arts, literature and theater, located in the old freight halls of Århus, Denmark. With the typeface I wanted to express the key values of Godsbanen; openness, spaciousness, innovation, accessibility and cooperation, while at the same time giving an obvious reference to train tracks. 

Godsbanen
2013


witek golik


Visual identity for textile designers Sisse Witek and Martyna Golik. witek golik work with textiles for interior design products, with focus on materials, tactility and playfullness.

Designed in collaboration with Louise Jacobsen as Studio Oh Ja︎

witek golik
2016

skank


Visual identity for restaurant Skank in Vesterbro, Copenhagen. The name Skank originates from the historic location on Istedgade – the former butcher street of Copenhagen. Therefor our inspiration for the custom designed logotype came from old butcher signage and Danish sign painting.

Designed in collaboration with Louise Jacobsen as Studio Oh Ja︎

skank 
2015


Numbers for Nolde 


Numerals designed for the Emil Nolde exhibition at Louisiana Museum of Modern Art︎ in Humlebæk, Denmark. Designed during my internship at the museum.

Louisiana Museum of Modern Art
Curator: Kirsten Degel
Architect: Anne Schnettler
Graphic design: Marie d'Origny Lübecker
Photos: Poul Buchard/Brøndum & Co.
2014