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Jørn Aagaard
Jørn Aagaard is an independent graphic designer, art director and photographer. He holds an MA in graphic design from the Oslo National Academy of the Arts and is based in Oslo, Norway. He treats graphic design as a interdisciplinary method as well as a particular way of thinking, seeing and approaching problems. Advancing design as a conversation, he aims to work with his clients and collaborators in an interactive process that often leads to continued relationships that follow the evolvement of the endeavour.
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Aksel & Isak
Ylva
Magnus Bordewick, ollie for Dank
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Prags's Circle of Life
Sofie
Håvard
Fredrik Perry, ss 50-50 ss bs 360
Ennis House from The House on the Hill
Ennis House from The House on the Hill
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Hermann Stene, bs noseblunt slide for Dank
Ingunn Thon for BLA
Henning Braaten, ss crooked for Dank
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Sofie
Pati
Fredrik Perry, bs 180 ss 50-50
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Karsten Kleppan, ss bs smith for Dank
Kevin Bækkel
Fredrik Perry, gap to 50-50
Located in central Oslo, Hulias is a gallery that promotes spatially oriented contemporary art. Established in 2020 by four visual artists, Hulias is committed to provide an arena for emerging and established artists to convey their practice, and to be a space to experience contemporary art. Among the artists exhibited are Ada Nilsen, Morten Jensen Vågen, Kaare Ruud, Aslak Gurholt, Aksel Ree, Marius Mathisrud, Solveig Lønseth and Kristoffer Zeiner.
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The House on the Hill
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Between the Clock and the Bed
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"The original meaning of the word “speculate” is, “to observe from a vantage point”. In this sense, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House is the subject of speculation; designed in the Mayan revivalist style, the home is perched high on a hill overlooking Los Angeles. You could stretch the definition to say that Jørn Aagaard’s unexpected, accidental photographic access to the house in April 2019 was also an act of speculation. Over the centuries, “speculation” has slowly had its connection to sight blurred, coming to refer instead to imprecise conjecture. Yet in the world of finance, it has a highly specific meaning connected to risk management and profit. Basically, to speculate is to buy low and sell high – and the Ennis House has also been a remarkable example of this type of speculation." From essay by Jack Self on page 57.
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Vinduet is Gyldendal's literary journal founded in 1947 by Harald Grieg and Nic. Stang. The journal was started as part of building the country after World War II. It is considered one of the most important publication in Norway after the war and some of Norways most well known names in literature has contributed as Editor-in-chief; Johan Borgen, Brikt Jensen, Jan Erik Vold, Knut Faldbakken, Janneken Øverland, Jan Kjærstad and John Erik Riley. Awarded magazine of the year by Norway's magazine association (NTF) and winner in the category for editorial design at Visuelt (Grafill, Norwegian Organisation for Visual Communication).
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Kunstløftet is published by the Norwegian Arts Counsil and aims to expand and improve knowledge about art made for young. The publication is distributed bi-annually as a supplement to the Norwegian newspaper, Morgenbladet.
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