Graphic design products should tell a clear story through colors, fonts, and images.
Layout is the process of setting out visual elements like images, text, and shapes on a page or surface to create a coherent look. Readability and a uniform color palette is my main focus when creating a layout.
My job is to translate my clients wishes into a design that the audience quickly can understand what it is and who it is for. And of course, make it look good in the process.
Raspberry Pi Case
Collaboration with Ian Cho on a RetroPie that plays old video games. I was in charge of the case art, soldering and installing the Raspberry Pie in the case, while Ian did the art and animation for the custom ES theme.
Nintendo NES case modified and spray painted in same color as the graphic label done in Illustrator to mimic retro game case labels.
BMO is a character from the cartoon Adventure Time.
“Njurunda Kvinnokarta” is a project to tell the history of women that lived and worked in Njurunda, Sweden. It is researched and written by a group of women with a passion for local history and a longing to see more female representation.
I did the layout, design and illustrated the cover. Further, I illustrated some of the women (where the quality of the found photos were too poor), as well as the photo restoration and editing.