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Projects for Swedish Institute

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Swedish Crime Scenes

Swedish Crime Scenes

Swedish Crime Scenes is a banner (roll-up) exhibition designed for the Swedish Institute. The exhibition presents 21 Swedish crime fiction authors and also the Swedish landscape where their stories take place. Graphic Design and Illustration (photo collages).

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RW2012 Graphic design

The exhibition To me there´s no other choice – Raoul Wallenberg 1912-2012 honours Raoul Wallenberg and his work to save jews from the Holocaust at the end of World War II. It is produced by the Swedish Institute on behalf of the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs and in collaboration with the Living History Forum. It was inaugurated at the Hungarian National Museum in Budapest on 17 January 2012 in the presence of the Swedish and Hungarian Foreign Ministers.
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RW2012 Illustration

The exhibition To me there´s no other choice – Raoul Wallenberg 1912-2012 honours Raoul Wallenberg and his work to save jews from the Holocaust at the end of World War II. It is produced by the Swedish Institute on behalf of the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs and in collaboration with the Living History Forum. It was inaugurated at the Hungarian National Museum in Budapest on 17 January 2012 in the presence of the Swedish and Hungarian Foreign Ministers.
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RW2012 Exhibition

The exhibition To me there´s no other choice – Raoul Wallenberg 1912-2012 honours Raoul Wallenberg and his work to save jews from the Holocaust at the end of World War II. It is produced by the Swedish Institute on behalf of the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs and in collaboration with the Living History Forum. It was inaugurated at the Hungarian National Museum in Budapest on 17 January 2012 in the presence of the Swedish and Hungarian Foreign Ministers.
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Visual Voltage

The touring exhibition Visual Voltage – A design and art perspective from Sweden enabled visitors to explore various forms of electricity, and to experience and reflect on energy consumption. The exhibition presented concepts and prototypes which are results of several years of interdisciplinary research at the Interactive Institute as well as art installations. Exhibition design and exhibition production together with Leo Thafvelin/Leo T AB for the Swedish Institute and the Interactive Institute. Find more on the exhibitions graphical design here.

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Växjö Eco Map

Illustration for Sweden Up North, Down to earth, a book about Sweden by the Swedish Institute, edited by Rikard Lagerberg and Emma Randecker. The illustration shows samples of green projects in the Swedish city Växjö (spread in pdf here). 3DMax, Illustrator and Photoshop.

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Visual Voltage – Beijing


Posters and flyers for the Interactive Institute and Swedish Institutes traveling exhibition Visual Voltage (for the stop in Beijing). We also designed and produced the exhibition itself. See Visual Voltage Exhibition and Visual Voltage Catalouge. For the Swedish Institute. More on the exhibition on www.visualvoltage.se

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Creative Women


Poster for the exhibition “Creative Women – inventions and innovations from Sweden”, an exhibition highlighting Swedish women inventors. For the Swedish Institute and the Swedish National Museum of Science and Technology. Ukraine language version.
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