Colour Management

I studied Colour Management (yes with a spectrometer, raster, ISO and all that ball of fun), and the exams were to ..."publish scientific reports, that would give new knowledge and benefit the International Colour Management Society" (yes BOOM! - Is very accurate).

The 1st report researches energy saving lighting's quality and ability to rend colour. This is of great importance in terms of all sales of consumer goods; say your ketchup-red packaging all of the sudden looks brownish in new lighting. This might make your ketchup less attractive and provide less traction, and hence fewer sales.

The 2nd report researches how ISO-standards in print, can be used as a contractual agreement, when f.x. testing the difference between a test print and a final print, with the use of a spectronomer.

This method can be used to ensure the quality of colour rendering in all print.

As this report contains names, quotes and wasn't initially intended for the public, I haven't uploaded the full report here.  In case it has sparked interest and a more thorough (blacked out) read could benefit us both, contact me.


Selected Works

Illustration & Animation: Hi! - it's meIllustration & Animation

Animation of illustration: Film noirAnimation & illustration

Digital painting - DuplicateDigital illustration

STIMOROL OOH'sProduct Design

Vector Illustration & animationVector illustration

UX & digital product designUX & digital product design

Illustrations: Ink'sIllustrations

Concept, illustration & Layout: Disney 100 yearsconcept, illustration & Layout

Vector illustration: NordlandetVector illustration

Oromi packshot editingGraphic design

Press Photo: GimlePhotography

Photo & graphic: STIMOROL / TRIDENTPhotography & Graphic Design

Graphic: Kim's ChipsGraphic design

Photo & graphic: DSB - Public Danish TransportionPhotography and corporate visual communication

Illustrations: PandaIllustrations

Photography: PhotosPhotography

Illustrations: StatuesIllustrations

Illustration: CroquisIllustration