Arkitektnytt
Norske arkitekters landsforbund
Nr. 7 – 2017

Illustration for issue 7/2017 together with main article; Responsibility distinguish between architects and interior architects stands in the way for collaboration and holistic design, but are maintained by the the builders nevertheless.

 
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Arkitektnytt
Norske arkitekters landsforbund
Nr. 6 – 2017

Illustration for issue 6/2017, concerning the substantial influence of politics on architecture development in Norway. Amusing idea process where the concept hit me while building card houses a sunday afternoon, then using a lion (assosiated with the Norwegian parliament) as a key character and symbol for politics and politicians. In addition I created vignettes to be used inside the publication together with the main article. These show different house of cards mockups made by the lion/politicians, each carrying their own meaning. Drawn with pencil on paper and colored digitally.

 
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Arkitektnytt
Norske arkitekters landsforbund
Nr. 5 – 2017

Illustrations for issue 5/2017 of Arkitektnytt, concerning the approaching third sector of obtaining a home, the eventual arrival of alternative models for financing and distribution of residency possibilities in Norway. The way we imagine a home, is finally changing. I have done a main piece for the leading article and cover, and eight different vignette-illustrations of imagined homes and ways of alternative living.

 

 

Arkitektnytt
Norske arkitekters landsforbund
Nr. 4 – 2017

Two separate illustrations for this issue. One concerning new commitments on export of Norwegian architecture abroad, and the other commenting on the development of creative industries, commercialization of artistic work. 

 
I took inspiration from airport baggage scan checkpoints, letting a rolling suitcase contain iconic Norwegian architecture work.

I took inspiration from airport baggage scan checkpoints, letting a rolling suitcase contain iconic Norwegian architecture work.

Commercialization of creative work. The idea for the illustration is that a certain person – while having the txt-message conversation as shown –procrastinate/builds the figure, with the tools on his/her work table. A figure inspired by a certain rich duck created by Carl Barks. The idea is based on me actually doing this myself last year.

Commercialization of creative work. The idea for the illustration is that a certain person – while having the txt-message conversation as shown –procrastinate/builds the figure, with the tools on his/her work table. A figure inspired by a certain rich duck created by Carl Barks. The idea is based on me actually doing this myself last year.


 

Arkitektnytt
Norske arkitekters landsforbund
Nr. 3 – 2017

Illustration for an article about the political struggle for the placement of the new NTNU campus in Trondheim. I used the specific form of folded maps and map pins as a visual means to convey a scrambled outlook on it, even with a birds-eye-view, placed around the an architect's worktable, with decision makers climbing about, eagerly pointing in all directions. It's always fun to draw tiny people. Drawn with pencil and ruler, and colored digitally with a main palette of yellow, which was the paper background color for this issue. 

 
Front page of Arkitektnytt nr. 3 – 2017, designed by Bielke&Yang.

Front page of Arkitektnytt nr. 3 – 2017, designed by Bielke&Yang.

Illustration in context on a spreads from Arkitektnytt nr. 3 – 2017. Designed by Bielke&Yang.

Illustration in context on a spreads from Arkitektnytt nr. 3 – 2017. Designed by Bielke&Yang.


 

Arkitektnytt
Norske arkitekters landsforbund
Nr. 2 – 2017

Two illustrations for the second redesigned (by Bielke&Yang) issue of Arkitektnytt. In short, concerning upscaling in building projects on new transport hot spots. One in the form of a comic strip, playing on the world of boardgames. The other is by far one of my most complex and challenging to draw illustrations so far. A many layered perspective without vanishing line, combined with transparent walls. All in charge of depicting a semi futuristic scene from a family life along a main artery of collective transportation. A collective life. I stood as a sitter for the drawings for both mom and dad, and you can see these reference photos on the blog section of this website. Worth mentioning is that the paper color background changes with each new issue, which functions as starting point for the color palette in my illustrations. 

 
Front page of Arkitektnytt nr. 2 – 2017, designed by Bielke&Yang.

Front page of Arkitektnytt nr. 2 – 2017, designed by Bielke&Yang.

Illustration in context on a spread from Arkitektnytt nr. 2 – 2017, designed by Bielke&Yang.

Illustration in context on a spread from Arkitektnytt nr. 2 – 2017, designed by Bielke&Yang.

Illustration in context on a spread from Arkitektnytt nr. 2 – 2017, designed by Bielke&Yang.

Illustration in context on a spread from Arkitektnytt nr. 2 – 2017, designed by Bielke&Yang.


 

Arkitektnytt
Norske arkitekters landsforbund
Nr. 1 – 2017

My first work for Arkitektnytt as their new editorial illustrator. Redesigned by Bielke&Yang, both for paper and web. My three illustrations for this release concerns TEK17 and suggested new and much more relaxed regulation demands in new building projects. One of the illustrations is in the form of a comic strip.

 

In english: «The ladder is not included in the price».

Layout and design by Bielke&Yang for this and the following spreads.

2017 © Åge Peterson