Some small drawings for Den Kulturelle Skolesekken

I made these small & quick drawings of classic game consoles as a small part of a large project for Den Kulturelle Skolesekken, a cultural programme for primary schools in Norway. Lots of fun, despite my shoulders telling me otherwise!

I wish I had more time to spend on these, it’s easy to lose a few hours to just drawing cooling grills and screen glares over and over again.


Cups cups cups

Making merch is one of the most fun things I ever do; nothing beats seeing something you made on a T-shirt of a random passer-by.

These coffee cups have been in our shop for a little while, but I got new samples sent just now and boy, are they looking good. Go get yours! The photos feature my wonderful Korg Volca Bass as well as my chalkboard full of the secret plans.

Exhibit design at the Bergen official Library

Turn on Literature is an exhibit showcasing 18 works in electronic literature; apps, websites and other weird ways of pushing the boundaries on how we consume stories.

I designed the exhibit, including the programme, posters, and signage. You can check out everything at the Bergen Official Library, opening this Saturday!

Video for our project at Fløyen

The world biking championships just recently finished putting this city back the way it was before.

One of the projects we had regarding this massive, week-long event, was creating a video mapping for Folkerestauranten, right atop mount Fløyen where the race ends.  The credit for this undertaking all goes to Thomas Morel, our resident photographer. Check out the behind-the-scenes video!

Poster for Det Hemmelige Vorspielet

Finally I get to show you this; the poster I made for Det Hemmlige Forspielet, which is Deft artists, Brilliance and Red Bull’s big partypalooza.

This was a super fun project (albeit on a very tight schedule) where I get to do what I do best. Looking forward to getting my hands on the actual paper versions soon! I also made an animated version, for Instagram and such.


Interview + mixtape for The Absorbe

Just did a really fun interview with the swedish mag The Absorbe, complete with a big mixtape! The mix was recorded (in one take) in my apartment in Bergen, featuring Catty the cat amongst other stars. I put in lots of fun tracks from the local Bergen scene as well as some weird stuff, like the “water theme” from Super mario on Nintendo 64. Check out the full interview here!

Track List for the mixtape:
Popol Vuh – Aguirre II
HNNY – Hotline Riddim
Bodyjack – Hydra Effect
Antenna – Odessa
French touch – Spend the night (fredo revisited)
River ocean – Love and happiness (Yemaya Y Ochun) (Maw reprise)
Viers – ichi
Skatebård – Agfachrome RSX II
Machine Birds – The Way Its Meant To Be (Iben Elster remix)
India – Who rocks you (acapella)(Lysgaard fixmix)
D-Ha – Get on board (chronic happy mix)
Terr – Burn the past
Sunshine band – Sunshower (Lysgaard Fixmix)
UNIIQU3 – Tic Tac
Bwana – Muscle powers final hour
Coeo – +++
Sister City – Blood mind
MR. G – Transient
CJ Bolland – Camargue
Chambray – Livin
Super mario on nintendo 64 – Water theme

Solo sale exhibit + playlist

I’m glad to announce my first solo sale exhibit it quite some time, this time at Ujevnt, in Bergen! Come hang out one day, the exhibit will be up for a whole month. On display are mostly new projects, some that haven’t even made it to the webshop yet!

I also made a playlist for the opening, filled with a whole lot of new gems I’ve found lately. Subscribe in Spotify!

Clubland anno 2017

My largest resolution going forward is helping to make clubbing more into the safe space it’s supposed to be.

In my life, dance music clubs has been my no.1 “Safe Space”, where I go to be with other people in joy and artistic inspiration, where everyone’s friends, if only for the evening. Where any dance move is cool, where your only authority is the thunderous bass, and you check any greviance at the door.