Project done under the auspices of Brim & Pier, a book and magazine stool.
Cloth and card modelled and rendered for Triumph International
Vichy / L'oreal
Modelled and rendered a long series of Vichy & L'oreal product shots for Integer
Project done under the auspices of Brim & Pier, a pocket weather watch with a main blue and white porcelain disk and month, date and time disks below in painted metal. In the cover is placed a thin paper illustration with the clockmaker's signature.
Did the 3d as well as the hand painted & drawn illustrations used on the paper and disks.
Brim & Pier's (formerly known as Signal & Søn) cone shaped speaker (SoundCone).
Architectural renders done for US interior design firm. I designed the rooms & built, textured and rendered them.
3d architectural visualization project done for Rambøll.
Loudspeakers from Aperion. Did the texturing and renders based on models supplied by the client.
Life/Science 3d images created for among others Cohen & Wolfe and Molecule
Part II of a series of personally developed counter factual stories.
"A few years back, at a book sale in New Jersey, I stumbled upon a book 'The Kalawi tribe' by the now famous anthropologist Thomas T. Willinger. In it he describes the rise and fall of the South Sea tribe.
One chapter made my jaw drop. It tells the story of how the Kalawi dish Jin-Win was served at a small restaurant in the maritime town of Marstal; a town nestled on the eastern shores of the island I live on."
Part I of a series of personally developed counter factual stories.
"There was an old lady, Katrine Vissing, in Aeroeskoebing, who entertained guests with a trick, the Levitating Flowers of Shanghai - seemingly unassisted hovering and slowly turning thin plastic flowers. A trick of course, but despite having visited her and taken a handful of photos of them, I haven't been able to find out how she did it. Unfortunately she died last year, so I guess I never will."
Personal 3d project illustrating a most unlikely story.