AREAS OF PRACTICE
Ansten studio takes on management of entire projects, or is hired as a consultancy within a specialist area of a project. Main areas of practice is listed below.
DESIGN FOR THE ARTS
Information design, communication materials, identity-, editorial-, web- and exhibition design – for museums, galleries and independent artists.
Case study, historical exhibition: Waldemar Eide
Case study, contemporary exhibition: Contemporary Chaos
Corporate-, interior- and editorial photography. Installation photo of art in context, documentation of exhibitions.
Case study, photography: Equinor Art Programme
Book design and art direction. Project management. Concept development and editorial direction. Facilitation of production (printing/binding). Product photography and promotion kit for end product.
Case study, art book: Jørgen Dobloug
Case study, photobook with promotion kit: Vintage Stories
Project management. Strategy and planning, concept and editorial management, creative direction, web design and development. Implementation of content.
Case study, webdesign, large site: Vestfossen Art Centre
Case study, webdesign, small site: Vintage Stories
IDEAS AND CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT
Development of ideas and visual concepts. Nina Ansten is also involved in concept development and art direction for external projects, run by other design agencies. Ansten can be hired as consultant for the first parts of a project, or to follow the project through to execution and production.
Case study, ideas and concept for wall illustrations and environmental design: Thomas Tallis School London
Development of visual identity, printed material and online presence—for corporate, commercial and cultural clients.
Case study, brand identity: Hotel Continental
Development of creative workshops and talks on design related subjects. Nina Ansten is working both independently and in collaboration with other creatives in the development of educational projects.
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