Norwegian photographer Ole Brodersen highlights the magic of long exposure. His images show the forces of nature with exquisite light effects. ‘Trespassing’ series is
By always striving for a complex simplicity, the designers of Hjelle have imagined beautiful series of products that are as elegant as functional. Thus, the sweetness of fabrics and colors is perfectly combining with the comfortable curves of each seat. Written by Victoria Kang www.hjelle.no
Hans Christian Øren of Oslo-based Oh Yeah Studio creates a series of illustrations that visualise Norwegian fjords in a slightly abstract manner.
Structure is a forthcoming exhibition for Milan Design Week showcasing contemporary Norwegian craft and design.
French artists Ella and Pitr return to Norway, staying near Stavanger, to use the landscape and cityscape as a canvas for their artwork. The artistic duo had already tackled a project in Norway when they created the world’s largest mural for the NuArt Festival. The team is at it again, maybe not with the world’s…
“Awkward Family Photos” comes to mind quite intentionally in Telenor Mobils campaign to highlight a plan tailored for those in the family under the age of 21.
Oslo-based fine art photographer Ole Marius Joergensen has an amazing series of Superman who can’t fly. The ‘No(rwegian) Superhero’ shows the superhero as a real human being who is willing to try anything to be able to fly but fails miserably.