A poster series.
I made those because I needed something to apply my new experimental font to. Lately I’ve become quite obessed with geometry
Finally got some time to sketch/draw again ^^
I always had a huge facination for animals and insects as a child. This is siomething I seem to have gradually forgotten.
This weekend I wendt to the Natural History Museum in Oslo with a friend and my cousin, and I really felt inspired afterwards!
I’ll probably draw more animals in the future, and go to more museums!
Sharing some photos with you here
This is a tattoo design for a colleague. He wanted something Theodor Kittelsen, national romantic and fairytale-inspired.
Can’t wait to see the finished tattoo!
We had a two-week project about pictogrammes. Our task was to make a web flip-book/flyer for a food delivery company, focusing on “Happy food”. This is made in collaboration with Fredrik Stabbenfelt. Fun project!
here is our interactive flash-folder http://www.mortani.com/pictograms/
Between schoolwork, work and social life, I’m often working on tattoo-designs for people.
This is something I really enjoy doing, as it is a great honor that people want my art-work on their skin permanently, and I still have a dream about becoming a tattooist one day. Good practise, and a way to earn a little extra money.
This is my most recent design for Caroline from Canada
We had a new one-week project with illustrator Max Estes as teacher.
Our task was to make a cartoon/storybord. It HAD to include a bike, an elephant and a snake, on 2 pages and 35 frames.
This is my result:
So, this is the latest drawings from my sketchbook, Pencils and black ink ballpen.
My love for typography is still growing!
Took a photo of the drawing, vectorized and colored it in Illustrator. I’m getting very comfortable with Illustrator too, but I still have a lot to learn!
That’s what he told me..
Click on images for slideshow.
This week we had to present some of out ideas for the “Impossible object” project. Yeah, some rally stupid ideas there, but they1re supposed to be.
Here are my sketches:
This week we had two days with illustrator Egil Nyhus as our guest teacher. He draws mainly caricature drawings and illustrations for a newspaper, and also for childrens books.
In our class he focused on sketching, and how to make things as simple and easy to understand as possible.
I really enjoyed having him a s a techer, he has great energy, and jumped and goofed around all the time.
(click for slideshow)
I dag hadde vi en interessant forelesning (Edy Poppy og Morten Thomte) om surrealisme!
Fikk litt basic info/bakgrunn og gjorde en del artige øvelser. En av dem var at alle elevene i auditoriet sa et ord hver, som til slutt ble en tekst. utdrag fra resultatet:
En som smaker godt, men aldri som en hest.
Kan du plassere mat litt lengre enn, men hvis ikke noen faller.
Kanskje noen må dø – vodka?
Hysteriske musikk fra hjertet kommer til deg.
Gebrekkelige knehaser skriker luftig.
Samtidig har du samme hår som den søte kua.
Noen dvaske fiskeboller svømmer i mollefonkent badevann.
Så også “den andalusiske hund”. Ganske småekkel kortfilm.
Vil også nevne at det finnes en enda sykere og myyyyye lengre surrealistisk film i farger for de som vil se mer crazyness. Det er den sykeste, særeste, jævligste og mest forvirrende filmen jeg noen sinne har sett, og varer i 3-4 timer. her er traileren:
Og her er noen andre lekre surrealistiske greier: