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Iceland Academy of Arts

Narfi Ăžorsteinsson

2010-2013

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Graphic Design


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Narfi Ăžorsteinsson

Graphic Design Illustration Photography Clothing

2010-2013

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Portfolio


Info

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School // Cliant // Personal

Days // Year

Size (HxW cm)

NARFI

Narfi Þorsteinsson, born 1990, is a Icelandic designer based in Reykjavík. For three years Narfi studied arts in the fine art department in Fjölbrautaskólinn í Breiðholti or up until 2010. Then he enroled in the Iceland Academy of Arts and graduated from there as a graphic designer in 2013. This Portfolio contains work from 2010 to 2013 both schoolworks and personal projects.

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Logos

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Logo for Mæna magazine 2012

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The proof printing “company” for Mæna 2012

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Félag listmeðferðarfræðinga á Íslandi

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Logo proposal for FLÍS // Art therapy 2011

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Félag listmeðferðarfræðinga á Íslandi

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Personal logo proposal The 2011 EST. ‘09

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Magazine Spread

No.10


LHÍ // Myndlýsingar

Typography Self Portraid Layout

5 Days // 2012

296x420 cm

No.11

Hand Drawn Photocopy


Introduction

After much speculation and research on the past and future of Þjóðleikhúsið (the Icelandic national theatre), I wound up using the theories of Karl Marx as guidelines for the project. According to Marx, nationalism is the root of all evil, en-couraging prejudice, uneven distribution of wealth and capitalism. Like we all should know by now, examining our current economic situation and the sociological progress of recent years, capitalism is society’s cancer. If not cured, our society will wither up and eventually self-destruct. It was clear that the first steps of the project was to eliminate all that is national about the national theatre. The name itself stood in the way of progress, so minimizing Þjóðleikhúsið down to simply Þ-leikhúsið was a necessary step, as well as modernizing the logo. Next up was redesigning the building it self, but architect Guðjón Samúelsson left it as a praise to nationalism. The construction job was simple enough, bringing down the “basalt column” theme currently in place. The basalt column sculpture in front of the house was also quickly demolished. The red color that overwhelms the theatre bears an unsettling resemblance to hollywoodlike wealth but those kinds of lifestyles are truly capitalism’s crown. A black and white color palette is a more proper fitting identity of the building as well as overall minimal design in the manner of the Swiss style. Inside, the carpet will be torn away, replaced by shiny deep-black lack covering the floors, as well as the red seats inside the “Big Stage” will be covered instead with a black veil.

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LHÍ // Verksmiðjan

Branding

3 Days // 2012

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Teacher: Ármann Agnarson

Computer


Þ-Leikhúsið kynnir:

SPRUNGIÐ Á BÁÐUM Leikstjóri: Adrian Freyr Rodriguez Frumsýnt: Stórasviðinu 28. Október, 2012 19:30

3500 fyrir fullorðna - 2000 fyrir börn. Athygli er vakinn á því að fyrstu 50 miðonum fylgja 30 saltlakrís töflur.

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Þ-Leikhúsið kynnir:

TUNGLIÐ TUNGLIÐ Leikstjóri: Adrian Freyr Rodriguez Frumsýnt: Stórasviðinu 28. Október, 2012 19:30

3500 fyrir fullorðna - 2000 fyrir börn. 50 saltpillur fylgja með ef mætt er í Moon Boots.

Branding Posters

No.15

Printed on Paper


Building Restorations // Stationary

No.16


LHÍ // Verksmiðjan

3 Days // 2012

Kennari: Ármann Agnarson

OVERALL

VIEW Branding

No.17

Printed on Paper


No.18


Made for RWS

Typography Clothing

5 Days // 2012

No.19

26x32 cm

Hand Drawn Screen Print No Computer


The Cover

Opening Spread in My Chapter

No.20


LHĂ? // Editorial Photography

Photography Layout

2 Days // 2011

No.21

297x210 cm

Printed on Paper


Spreds

No.22


LHĂ? // Editorial Photography

Photography Layout

3 Days // 2012

No.23

297x210 cm

Printed on Paper


Poster // Flyer

No.24


Made for Lágtíðni (Clubnights)

Typography (Logo) Poster

4 Days // 2012

No.25

296x420 cm

Hand Drawn Printed on Paper


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Personal

2010

18x12 cm

Photography

No.27

Weather Exposed Paint


Details

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No.28


Personal

Typography Clothing Branding

5 Days // 2012

No.29

38x30 cm

Hand Drawn Screen Print No Computer


Sketch

Collaboration with J贸n P谩ll Halld贸rsson

No.30


Made for Prikiรฐ restaurant

Illustration

3 Days // 2012

No.31

296x420 cm

Pencil on Paper Colored in Computer


Details

TOOLS OF

TROUBLE No.32


Personal

Illustration

2 Days // 2011

No.33

15x64 cm x4

Pencil on Paper


Lettering // Details

Lowkey logo made by Hrafn Gunnarsson

No.34


Made for IMMO

Typography Clothing

4 Days // 2012

No.35

33x40cm

Hand Drawn Screen Print No Computer


Details

No.36


Personal

3 Days // 2012

Bike Size

BIKE PAINT JOB

360째 Industrial Re-Design

No.37

Spray-paint on Bike New Tires


Display

No.38


Personal

1 Day // 2011

296x420 cm

PHOTO

TROPY Illustration Typography

No.39

Watercolours & Pensil on Paper


Reykjavík // Iceland

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Made for RWS

Tybography (Logo) Mural

3 Days // 2011

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9,5x10 m (7,2x6 m)

Paint & Spraypaint on Wall


Details

No.42


Made for RWS

Typography (Logo) Clothing

5 Days // 2011

No.43

26x32 cm

Screen Print


IIV

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Tybography (Logo) Clothing

No.45

Screen Print Sticker


200x260 cm

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LHÍ // Mæna

10 Days // 2012

200x26 0 cm x2

EDITORIAL

NOTE Illustration Layout

No.47

Hand Drawn Printed on Paper


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Narfi10@lhi.is Behance.net/narfi

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Portfolio 2010-2013

Narfi Ăžorsteinsson

Iceland Academy of Arts // Graphic Design

No.52

Narfi's Portfolio  

Works from 2010 to 2012, both schoolworks and personal projects