is a Norwegian graphic designer based in London, UK.
Landing page designed and built in cooperation with Fourm.
The majority of the unofficial names have been added on to improve location accuracy when hunting moose in the area. Sometimes the names are as specific as a single stone and are often linked up with being a hunting post. This way it's much easier to locate the prey when communcating over a radio, and they have proven to be crucial in situations where you only have a few seconds to pull the trigger.
The cutouts was made by tracing official maps to export an outline to a lasercutter which could then cut the shapes out of plywood. By using woodglue the puzzle was stuck together and screwed into a sheet of acrylic. The 'water' however was stuck on with superglue straight onto the clear acrylic.
Dharavi is the largest slum in Asia, home to approximately 1 million people living in 200 acres of space. It is also a centre for industry, with an estimated $650 million passing through its factories and workshops annually.
It is often remarked that in Dharavi "nothing is wasted" as industry is focused on reusing and repurposing that which has been thrown away. For example, leftover soap from surrounding hotels is melted down and sold as clothing detergent; old paint tins are cleaned, repainted and sold back to paint manufacturers and when they can no longer be used they are flattened to make tin roofs.
The brand is inspired by this process, and tries to communicate this through its never ending logo, and deconstructed wordmark pattern.
Combining the fully connected numerals with the open ones will create numbers in between tens. You can also exclude the connected numeral to create 1-9.