CPH CONTENT my final project on school of design and technology. A cultural site about events in Copenhagen.
cultural website for copenhagen graphic design website developing campaing material content management
azz ext oor dining jazz lounge
grĂ¸nnegade 33 1107 copenhagen tel. 70702015
JAZZ NEXT DOOR client meeting graphic identity idea development adobe Illustrator
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KEA CONNECT concept development co-organizer video editing and animation adobe after effects and premier pro settlement and videoteaser
ILLUSTRATIONS tusch adobe illustrator adobe photoshop
KEA CATALOGUE new catalogue for future studens at KEA. in cooperation with yrsa gregersen and sabine jensen.
co-author co-illustrator poofreading
COPENHAGEN SCHOOL OF DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY KEA develops and provides practice-oriented higher education at business school and bachelor degree level. The school offers the following profiles: design/business, construction/production, media/IT and management/vocational training. KEA acts as a knowledge centre in relevant areas such as CSR (corporate social responsibility) and Sustainable Fashion, and we also have a development section where the project keywords are innovation, learning and CSR. KEA has more than 3000 students.
“You learn how to collaborate with people from other countries. Because of our different cultures, We have different kinds of views and that’s exciting, You have to compromise and collaborate to find the best Johanna -Poland solution.”
KEA DESIGN/BUSINESS Design/business is for those of you who just cannot help being creative and who want to work in the fashion and lifestyle industry. Studying is about turning ideas and needs into designs that will make it commercially. KEA CONSTRUCTION/PRODUCTION With an education from KEA construction/production you will be able - to par ticipate in the creation of both small and large buildings and constructions. The focus here is on the many tasks and productions of the building industry. KEA MEDIA/IT Working with a computer simplifies and eases many of our tasks if we- under stand how to use its potential in the best way possible. This is what KEA media/ IT teaches you. A strong interest in computers is therefore of the essence in all the programmes at media/IT. KEA MANAGEMENT/VOCATIONAL TRAINING KEA offers a number of vocational training programmes in management and HR. There is also a knowledge centre of CSR, Centre for Responsible Design, and new knowledge centres are in the pipeline. Finally, a development section carries out projects with emphasis on innovation, learning and CSR.
KEAS INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION Many foreign exchange students join us at KEA for one or two semesters. - Like wise, Danish students go abroad to study for a semester or two in order to find inspiration in the encounter with other cultures. KEA’s international lines also welcome a number of guest teachers from- our Eu ropean partner institutions. This gives inspiration to both teachers and students in the different countries in terms of methods, building technology and cultural influences. An increasing number of students choose to do their internship in foreign coun tries like the United States, UK, Germany, India, China and many other countries. KEA works closely with universities in Australia, Scotland, England, Ireland, Spain, Germany, Poland, Holland, Lithuania, Italy, Sweden, Norway and Canada.
KEA’S COOPERATION WITH THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY At KEA we make an effort to create the best job opportunities for the students when they have graduated. Most of the programmes therefore have an internship period where the students may test and increase their skills in a workplace. In recent years, KEA has worked very consciously to strengthen relations be tween the business community and the students. We organise various events that enable representatives of the business community to meet the students and see their projects. Read more about KEA www.kea.dk at
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email@example.com 20 74 43 53 www.annebierre.com school assignment about trendspotting in Istanbul
concept and trendspotting interview layout photography written part
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Alder: 17 BeskĂŚftigelse: Studerende/musiker Bor: New York, NY
IgangvĂŚrende projekt: Indspilningen af en selvproduceret LP KarrieremĂĽl:
Alder: 24 BeskĂŚftigelse: Model Bor: New York, NY
Hvorfor ny: â€œThe land of opportunities...â€? Det er en by, der aldrig sover
At dele min musik med sĂĽ mange mennesker som muligt
Kunne ikke leve uden:
Inspirationskilder: Pablo Honey, Sam Cooke, Sun Giant EP,
Jack Kerouac Det bedste ved new york: Alt kan ske StĂ¸rste bedrift: Sker ude i fremtiden
Favorit karakter af kĂ¸d og blod: Som karakter, Jack Nicholson Mest inspirerende person(er):
Penn, Avedon, Newton, Bailey, Lindbergh
Helte: Ralph Waldo Emerson, Odysseus
Mest inspirerende sted: Paris
Barndomshelte: Wolverine, Marthin Luther King Jr., Bruce Springsteen
Det bedste ved kĂ¸benhavn: Familie og venner
Favoritsted for live optrĂŚden: The Rockwood Music Hall
Yndlingsguitar: Min akustiske Seagull
Titelsang: â€œIâ€™ve got the world on a stringâ€? - Frank Sinatra Yndlingsplade: Singles collection: The London Years - The Rolling Stones
Rejser aldrig uden: iPod, en bog, en ekstra t-shirt
Sidst lĂŚst: Er i gang med One Hundred Years of Solitude, og elsker den indtil videre VĂŚrste mareridt:
dette er personligt. Stil er et billede, vi alle lever igennem, man kan lade sig
En tilbagevendende drĂ¸m om en tysk poltergeist
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vĂŚre sig selv
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AfhĂŚngig af: At rejse, mad fra dineren, fremmede sprog.
PSY CHIN THE SOUTH LAND
PSYCHIN THE SOUTH LAND
PSYCHIN THE SOUTH LAND
Los Angeles is weird. You donâ€™t have to be here to know it either. Itâ€™s common knowledge: the whole damn city is a psychedelic freakshow. ,W VQDWXUDOWKDWWKHVHoYH$QJHOLQREDQGVDUHDOOZHLUGLQRQHZD\RUDQother. Whether theyâ€™re fronted by tiny, thrashing Japanese sisters, or they have holed up in the desert or by the beach, or theyâ€™repre-occupied with death or sports, Los Angeles is home. Letâ€™s get weird.
The Entrance Band:
â€œWe have met dark days,â€? wrote Lestar Bangs in his brilliant exegesis of Black Sabbath in 1972. â€œPeople will do almost anything to escape from the pall.â€? War was still raging in Viet Nam, and the heavy doom of Sabbathâ€™s early records hung in the air like a death knell, yet was deeply moralistic, mused Bangs. Guy Blakeslee, the frontman for modern day doom-psyche trio, the Entrance Band, felt something akin to that approach during the writing of Prayer of Death,
an album of cabal of Sabbathlike dirges mostly centered on the prognostication of death. â€œI tried to have it have a positive spin: donâ€™t take life for granted, because death is inevitable,â€? says Blakeslee, his voice crackling with passion over the phone. â€œEvery day the news was about all the stuff around it, but underlying it there were many deathsâ€”you talk about war, youâ€™re really talking about people killing each other. Itâ€™s a crass overgeneralization, but people werenâ€™t talking about it like that.â€? All this stems from Blakesleeâ€™s oUVWLQFDUQDWLRQRIWKHEDQG known then as simply Entrance, which was Blakeslee, a six-string and a set of bluesy songs. â€œI didnâ€™t want to be from this time period. And it was a practical decision to not have it be too dependent on other people,â€? says Blakeslee. â€œIt goes back to old school American music. A lot of the gospel and blues singers, they were not only preaching biblical morality, but the idea that everyoneâ€™s going to die.â€? Adding multi-talented bassist Paz Lenchantin and drummer Derek James gave Blakeslee the gravitas to cut his history lesson with some slightly more FRQWHPSRUDU\LQpXHQFHVk, feel like what weâ€™re doing now is trying to bring it back into a new sound that includes all the things I was always into,â€? he says. The Entrance Band of today takes the Charley Patton DQG5REHUW-RKQVRQLQpXHQFH a bandwide reverence for hardcore punk, a little bit of love for Tom Petty, and a healthy dose of the ghosts of Laurel Canyon circa 1968, and sloshes it all around to create a druggy concoction, albeit an optimistic one. â€œThe new record has themes that are blatantly positive, about love and political action,â€? says Blakeslee. â€œWe have a song called â€˜MLK,â€™ paying tribute to what he was about. There may not be a leader like him, but we need to try and live by his example and make sure his works were not in vain.â€?
With this kind of positive songwriting, perhaps dark days and prayers of death may soon give way to exaltations of living and blue skies.
balanced collaborationâ€”an equilibrium, like the sun and moon.â€? Later that year, after answering an Internet ad, the duo packed up and headed out to California to housesit for Gordon Kennedy, author of the much-fetishized natural living guidebook Children of the Sun, at his home on the Salton Sea. â€œThe book explains the history of the ideals that predate what became so intertwined with Life is easier in the desert, the movement in the â€™60s,â€? says explains Golden Animals singer/ Eisner. â€œThe book and Gordon guitarist Tommy Eisner. â€œThere were a perfect introduction for are no distractions. Time moves us to southern California and way slower. No one asking you more importantly some rules to come to their opening or show to help the move away from or bar or party. Thereâ€™s space conventions in society.â€? out here for cheap or free and at Now, preparing to embark on this stage, being young, trying to a summer tour across the the make music together, we are able American south, Beecroft adds, to focus more on music than just â€œWe have spent a lot of time trying to get by.â€? Itâ€™s a good trade- alone in the wilderness playing off for worldly excess and car music together. We want to horns and light-polluted nightsâ€” capture that and bring someslough off the unneeded and thing real to people.â€? head into the untamed frontier. The desert worms itself into the Golden Animals sound. On last yearâ€™s debut album, Free Your Mind and Win a Pony, Eisner and drummer Linda Beecroft built a record thatâ€™s cracked and damaged and earthy. But Golden Animals werenâ€™t always lawless desert-dwellers. Beecroft met Eisner, a Swedish expat moments As the surf off the coast of Orange County sweeps the after she arrived in Brooklyn. beach, a sunny romanticism â€œOn a rainy winter night,â€? she reminisces. â€œWe bonded immedi- sets in. This allows for a warm ately. We had a hard time staying IHHOLQJRIUHOD[DWLRQVSHFLoF to the beachfront properties of together because of the law, so the earth. â€œWeâ€™ve all just been we started traveling together in learning this whole process,â€? Europe. Weâ€™d perform on the says Brooks Nielsen, frontstreets of Parisâ€”me playing man of the Growlers, in a tambourine and Tommy playing lassez-faire drawl typical to acoustic guitar. It wasnâ€™t until I his locale. â€œNo one in the band moved to New York I started to is in any way really amazplay a drum kit.â€? ing [musically]â€”if we need a Eisner and Beecroft married at keyboard player, instead of an City Hall in New York in 2007. â€œMarriage was our only option to actual classic pianist, we get a just saying goodbye to each other guy who hasnâ€™t played before, because heâ€™s a cool kid.â€? and sticking to our own side of It translates into a similarly the sea,â€? says Eisner, â€œMarriage represented the coming down of ramshackle live show. â€œYou big wall in front of us, which was just canâ€™t have expectations,â€? laughs Nielsen. â€œThat thing immigration trying to separate broke, [guitarist] Matt [Taylor]â€™s us. We donâ€™t wear rings or consider ourselves to be traditionally amp drank beer. I forgot this, husband and wife. Somehow we someone messed up on that.â€? That isnâ€™t to say the Growlers both share the same vision for play music thatâ€™s amateurwhat we are creating. Itâ€™s a very
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