Jørn Aagaard is an independent graphic designer, photographer and front-end developer based in Oslo, Norway. He holds an MA in visual communication from the Oslo National Academy of the Arts and is a co-founder of the artist-run exhibition space Hulias and the skateboard magazine Dank (2011—2014). 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 collaborators in an interactive process that often leads to continued relationships that follow the evolvement of the endeavour.
Collaborators include Node Berlin Oslo, Yokoland, Hulias, Grafill (Norwegian Organisation for Visual Communication), Astrup Fearnley Museum, Dank, Transcultural Arts Production (TrAP), Gyldendal, Ljå Forlag, Oslo National Academy of the Arts, Cappelen Damm, Flamme Forlag, Norwegian Arts Council, Morgenbladet, 10/10, Kolon Forlag, Ultima Music Festival, Bokvennen Litterær Avis (BLA) and Vinduet Literary Journal.