Tobias Røder
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Mikkel Lemvig
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EVERY FACE HAS A NAME is a documentary about refugee life in two time periods: 1945 and 2015.

Copenhagen Harbour Festival announces a poster competition!
Seize the opportunity to influence the festival’s visual identity and expose your work to thousands of people.
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Backdrop to Radio24syv's studio walls. Merry Christmas.

New website for Denmark's leading talk radio.

Book design
This book maps out the new capitalism, the new media reality and offers a new approach to how the consumers confidence in governments and companies can be recovered by a combination of relevance, authenticity, accountability and a UPP: Unique purpose proposition.
The book is written by Claus Skytte and Bo Kampmann Walther.

Brand Guidelines
Gyldendal is a Danish publishing house. Founded in 1770 by Søren Gyldendal, it is the oldest and largest publishing house in Denmark.
The aim of the guideline is to get everyone who works with Gyldendals visual communication to pull in the same direction and gather all activities under one expression.

Packaging design
Good news for baking enthusiasts and bread lovers. Manitoba flour is made from North American soft wheat of Manitoba, Canada, and is considered to be the best in the world.

A poster for Lars von Trier's five and a half hour long director's cut of Nymphomaniac.

Voice of Denmark is a daily debate programme for Swedes, dealing with all the things people can’t or won’t talk about in the Swedish media.
Inspired by Voice of America, which broadcast on the other side of the iron curtain during the Cold War, Radio24syv created a radio programme for neighbouring Sweden, so that Swedish listeners could debate subjects considered taboo in their own media. Dubbed “Voice of Denmark”, the programme is hosted by historian and public debater Mikael Jalving, who has previously crossed swords with Sweden in his book “Absolut Sweden – a Journey through the Kingdom of Silence.”
Portrait by Casper Sejersen.

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