Birgitte Ekrem

Birgitte Ekrem

Hi! My name is Birgitte. I am 23 years old and live in Oslo, Norway. I study design at Oslo National Academy of the Arts, which i love!
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Direction: Salomon Ligthelm Script: Kylie Beach, Salomon Ligthelm, Paul Nevison Score: Ryan Taubert Sound: Defacto Sound (www.defactosound.com) & Ryan Taubert Graphics:…

Direction: Salomon Ligthelm Script: Kylie Beach, Salomon Ligthelm, Paul Nevison Score: Ryan Taubert Sound: Defacto Sound (www.defactosound.com) & Ryan Taubert Graphics:…

Clikclk - DARIUS OU : graphiste singapourien

Clikclk - DARIUS OU : graphiste singapourien

New Yorker cover, June 23, 1945.

New Yorker cover, June 23, 1945.

U.K. based illustrator, Jiro Bevis' design for Lou Breed's album "Stoned Out Two: Morning of The Way To Love" (http://loubreed.bandcamp.com/)

U.K. based illustrator, Jiro Bevis' design for Lou Breed's album "Stoned Out Two: Morning of The Way To Love" (http://loubreed.bandcamp.com/)

This advertisement shows that by going to this gym, you will go from being "FAT" as the man at the top is perceived, to becoming "FIT" as the man at the bottom is shown.

This advertisement shows that by going to this gym, you will go from being "FAT" as the man at the top is perceived, to becoming "FIT" as the man at the bottom is shown.

Alexander Purdy. idea for exploring free-form shapes in Intro Art: colorful objects from nature on black paper

Alexander Purdy. idea for exploring free-form shapes in Intro Art: colorful objects from nature on black paper

Galerie / Les 100 meilleures affiches germanophones de 2013 / étapes: design & culture visuelle

Galerie / Les 100 meilleures affiches germanophones de 2013 / étapes: design & culture visuelle

stephane kélian FW 15 ©les-graphiquants-2014

stephane kélian FW 15 ©les-graphiquants-2014

Since screen printing, monotype, and letterpress are loves of mine I will always love the way that ink looks rolled or spread onto glass....it just gives me this feeling that I really miss.

Since screen printing, monotype, and letterpress are loves of mine I will always love the way that ink looks rolled or spread onto glass....it just gives me this feeling that I really miss.