Monthly Archives: February 2009

Mr Snow gets sponsored!

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Mr Snow is really happy these days. He might come across as he always does on these photos, but he is thrilled! Den Norske Husfliden has decided to sponsor him (and me) with the yarn for the Graphic Europe project. Thank you Husfliden! Really nice girls with lots and lots of nice yarn. You should definetly pop by!

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Oh, and I would really like opinions on which photo to go for;)

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Woops.

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Snapshot-style

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Mr Snow

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For the book prosject Graphic Europe that I´m involved in I am making a series of illustrastions based on crochet and knitting. I am taking snapshots as if I was a tourist in my own city, but I am replacing one element in each picture with s made object like this snowman. Getting excited! The book is due in October, and is being published by London based Cicada Books.

My son was so scared of the snowman when he got up this morning and discovered it. Poor thing.

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Iphone Freddy

Meet Freddy. Grumpy on a Monday morning.

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Puff Daddy´s Baby

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The first stool (puff in Norwegian) has been a pretty big success over at http://www.pickles.no, and I´m hoping that the mini-version will catch some new fans
For free pattern, in Norwegian only, visit http://www.pickles.no

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Pickles

My friend Heidi and I are both very found of craft. As we make our own patterns we decided to set up a site where we could publish them.
Check it out here

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Red Cross Poster

This is a project I´ve done at McCann where I work. I wanted to include this job as I also illustrated it. It is a poster for a really great service offered by Red Cross Norway, where children and youngsters can email or call anonymously to ask about whatever. This poster is meant for the youngest part of the target grounp, and we made it as an alphabeth poster where every letter has an item or subjectmatter connected to it that suggests themes to talk to Red Cross about.

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