A new identity for a norwegian real estate agent. We wanted to create a profile that differentiates itself from competing firms. With inspiration from the old door signs and focus on a personal and elegant expression.identity design
A font I made based on simple basic forms.Typography
/ new profile
The task was to create a clear and integrated brand for the creative school Westerdals. The brand shall place Westerdals as a leading college, in the Norwegian and Nordic educational market.
The concept is about development and cooperation. To visualize this I have used strong diagonal lines, which express the strength, courage and the development one goes through during the school years at Westerdals. The diagonal can also represent the rising curve students will experience, both as a professional and personal growth.identity design, graphic design
This is a magazine about people who study Graphic Design and people who recent have graduate, their lives and their future plans. All the students who will be featured in this magazine have participated in one form for a design competition. The magazine is made for designers who want to see who and what is the up and coming generation of Graphic Design.Graphic Design
/ made by Eivind Reibo Jentoft, June Sagli Holte and Rebecca Egebjerg
We created a package for Møllerens (fictional) ecological muesli series.
We named the product "Vilje" (Norwegian for will). Vilje's main target-group are strong, well-educated, urban women in the age 25-40, who care about making an ecological choice for their own health and the planet.
- Corn - garanteed without nuts
- Blueberries - natural antioxidants
- Nuts - With 50% oat
Also we made one muesli-bar for each taste.
Inspired by the 1940's propaganda poster directed towards woman.packaging design
Graphic Design, Typography
The assignment was to create a system that make people aware of what you can find at the school library.Graphic Design2011
Different projectsGraphic Design2011
/ Made by; Anders Engen, Madeleine Skjelland Eriksen, Silje Nyløkken, Kari- Live Rønningen and June Sagli Holte
The brief was to choose a Norwegian product and adapt it to the Russian market. We choosed Norwegian dried Clip-fish. In Russia, they have something similar to dried Clip-fish, which is called Vobbla, and are eaten as snack together with beer.
We wanted to create a delicate product, and a package that people could reuse. Later on we went to Russia on a study trip, to get feedback on our package design. We heard that it might look a little too exclusive, since the buyers of Russian Vobbla weren`t those who had the most money. We were told that the product would fit perfect for restaurants, and for those with more money than the average.Packaging, Graphic Design2014
All works © June Sagli Holte 2011.