A poster for the only feminist festival in Estonia, Ladyfest. Ladyfest (LFT) is a feminist event where all women, and people outside the 'traditional' gender alignment, can meet and exchange experiences, though everyone is welcome to attend. The festival consists of workshops, films, talks, and parties. I was commissioned to update the identity, and to design the poster as well as the images for the facebook events. This years festival was about mothers and motherhood (with the slogan "Your mother is a feminist!"), so felt that it was important that I included my own mother's handwriting on the poster.
A3 poster, final version
Sketch for the poster
A poster for the concert of a young Norwegian composer, Tze Yeung Ho, in Tallinn. The concert also featured pieces by Moulinié, Britten and Dowland.
Stolt Scenkonst på Pride 2016
A proposal for a poster for the Swedish Theatre Union Scensverige (formerly Teaterunionen) for their Pride themed events in July 2016.
A quick poster for a café in Stockholm, using vector drawings and clip art.
This started as a daily exercise in Decemeber 2015 that lasted about a month, with the aim to produce a-poster-a-day to fire me up in the morning. I use either just one, or a combination of two components you can see below, and in addition sometimes I drew something new, sometimes I re-used some of my older illustrations. Above is only a tiny selection.
Component X: Wikipedia Random Article
Component Y: a random sentence generator
Component Z: an academic nonsense generator. (link removed, as it seems to have been deleted)
Obama's speech 2013
Visual representation of a speech, in which every word of a speech was assigned a picture via a now defunct program that translated words into google images. Most used words were function words like "the" (pronouns, articles, conjunctions), but if those were to be removed from the speech, we find that the focus of the speech is on words like "jobs", "know" (and its derivatives), "America" and "future". Personal work.