Illustrator Lars Aurtande and his love for tales, myths and fables.
What we believe in isn’t important. It doesn’t matter if it is a religion practiced by millions, if it’s a story from a children’s book, or if it’s a fairytale told by a campfire in Nangijala. What matters is to find comfort in whatever helps you handle your fears.
Tonje and Constance traveled around Scandinavia collecting thoughts and ideas from famous chefs for what would be the perfect tableware. Their goal was to find the recipe for how they coudl enchance the experience of eating even better.
Esra Røise might have to send the creators of MySpace a thank you-letter for their contribution to her success. After sharing some work on the once massively popular site during its peak, international fashion magazines like Nylon and Dazed and Confused contacted the illustrator.
For industrial designer Falke Svatun Lirhus, it would take a handful of obscure objects, a few years on the opposite side of the globe, and a discontent towards rules to lead him on the direction towards the designer he wants to be.
Anja Niemi says she never was good at expressing herself verbally, so when she first started taking pictures and realized she could tell stories without words, it changed everything.