Tine Raisbæk runs an established kayaking business, has kayak courses, safaris and more.
She was at the point where branding was needed, since she started to collaborate with other touristing businesses.
She wanted a logo that conveyed the experience of her business and the kayaking.
Her target customer are private people wanting to get into kayaking and tourists.
The colours I chose to simulatethe colours of the sea, sky, sun, and cliffs surrounding the kayaker.
The typeface I customised to get a sporty and classy impression.
The symbol is all about the kayak. But it still represents more the experience and feelings, instead of beeing a picture of a kayaker.
A free digital homework assistance page.
This organisation was started as a group on Facebook during the Covid-19 outbreak 2020.
I am part of the team that voluteered to make this into a online platform, so it could continue to help student all over the country with their homework, motivation and sence of achevement.
Since we were more than one designer on this project, we decided on an style of illustration that we all could do.
Keeping it simple, modern and humours were we could play a bit.
I made this video as a part of our campain to let students know how to find us.
The music is from AnalogStøy, Hymn 2.
Analog Støyis a melodic ambient and electronic producer.
His production includes original material as well as remixes. Inspired of electronic music from the 70s & 80s as well as more contemporary music. Mostly in genres such as ambient, electronic, and melodic house.
He wanted alogo that that was calm, simple and a little retro. I played around with noise and waves to begin with. I ended up working with the idea that it was a little fun paradox that he wanted something calm to the name Støy (noise). Analog also means things that are in relation to each other. It ended up being a light and airy logo with a loud ending.
I also made four coverart pieces for his singles. The typeface used was something I started working as a logotype. Though it didn’t win for the logo, we both loved it so much that I made the full alphabet so I could set his titles with it.
The type was given the name “Ambient sans”.