Sweden food retailer Axfood approached SNASK studio to create their new campaign "Food2030" - an initiative that urge a joint effort between consumers, business and politicians to work together to ensure sustainability.
"We started out by creating the identity with the hashtag as the initiative logo and colors and typography. After that we used groceries from the different categories of Ecological, Swedish, Vegetarian and Frozen and created headlines to be used in the campaign as well as printed material. The end result was very appreciated and the initiative is still as important and current as ever. We still need to change our behavior for a sustainable future."
Photography by Mattias Lindbäck
Food styling by Ylva Bergqvist
When digital meets physical anything can happen and Stokholm based duo Anny Wang & Tim Söderström managed to push their screen art into the real world
"Transitional Speculation is Wang & Söderström’s first major exhibition in Stockholm and “is the first time where we have a platform where we can showcase a broader perspective of our works,” says Tim. “With additional works, both digital and physical, the foundation of our practice which originates in the physical world, is more comprehensible.” In its combination of the unexpected and twisted familiar, the exhibition aims to create an “experience of something ostensibly well-known, something one recognises from the real world that suddenly feels warped,” adds Anny. “Where a small detail makes you question what you are seeing and by extension, how you are perceiving the world.”
"In his recent series ‘The Circle and the Line’, Stockholm-based photographer Erik Östensson presents his viewer with subtle complexities in the setting of every day life. His poetic, performative images capture emotive interactions between people, objects and the landscape. In each image, all elements are somewhat intertwined and exist in harmony with one another, forming new relationships in materiality and form."
Located in the woods near Stockholm, ‘The Six Walls’ house is a light-filled weekend home designed by architecture practice Arrhov Frick Arkitektkontor. The concrete building features a sleek rectangular design with walls that are more than five meters high. The same simplicity-guided approach goes for the interior, with a narrow entrance opening up to expansive living areas including a roof terrace overlooking the area’s pine trees.
All images © Mikael Olsson
It's been a while since our latest post in Interior Design section, so we just come along this amazing photographs of some Scandinavian apartments in Göteborg, Sweden posted by real estate and interior design portal Alvhem
STORY by Swedish Flyte is a levitating timepiece that orbits around a wooden base, counting the hours, minutes or even years.
The designed object was built with three modes. With the Journey setting, you can set your mechanism to a specific date, watching the magnetic ball travel along the circular piece of wood until the ball reaches an upcoming moment such as a vacation or birth of a child. Selecting Clock allows you to use the object more like a traditional timepiece, and finally Timer acts as a short term countdown for kitchen prep or time out.
People with surreal spikes and growths shooting out of their heads, glossy 3D shapes, and often an almost floral treatment creates works that require a second and third look. With a focus on 3D and cinema 4D, Pandagunda’s work celebrates the beauty in technology, mistakes, and nature simultaneously.
"San Francisco-based Swedish photographer Gabriel Isak creates surreal images featuring a dark, melancholic atmosphere. As he states on his Instagram, his life consist of the three: birds, ocean and the fog, which are also central elements in his photography. Gabriel Isak’s objective is to bring his experiences to life in a way that’s relatable to others. You can also follow him on Facebook."
Swedish style blogger, interior stylist and lifestyle photographer Johanna Bradford has a bottomless personal website filled up with awesome photography sets. She made us nervous to select anything for the post, just because we want to post everything she does. Follow her Instagram and Tumblr for more
Talented guys from SNASK agency were commissioned by depressed Swedish Association of Public Housing Companies to promote their new initiative of "accessible house living" called Kombohus. SNASK created fully interactive paper city for the new program website
Swedish artist and designer Anny Wang (Instagram) creates a lot of awesome visual overdoses on her daily basis using all possible digital tools. From illustrations to animations we adore each piece coming out from her hands
Cross-media artist Erik Söderberg beside his commercial work experiments a lot with GIF animation
“In early 2011 I was exploring the relations of geometry, nature and the human being in a series of 25 pictures that I called Fractal Experience,” he explains. “This is part two – continuing the exploration of geometric shapes, patterns, and fractals with an added element – space-time.”
The first studio to have a rock band on stage during OFFF Festival - SNASK hails from Stockholm. Earlier they claimed to be the first studio to do the world's largest poster ever, SNASK loves to do things by hands. The latest example of it can be seen on Washington Post Magazine’s first Readers’ Favourites Issue released in April. Go dig their portfolio, and enjoy paper noise