Ludvig Bruneau Rossow YGX

  • Current Location: Oslo
  • Originally From: Norway
  • Studio: Bleed / Bureau Bruneau

Ludvig Bruneau Rossow is a 24-year-old multidisciplinary graphic designer living and working in Oslo, Norway. In 2010 he graduated from Westerdals School of Communication, the same school which that year was ranked one of the world’s top ten communication schools in “YoungGuns Schools of the Decade”. In the summer of 2011, after a year of employment in Oslo, he did an internship with Sagmeister Inc. in New York. Both personally and professionally that was a life changing experience. Since then he´s been working with an Oslo-based studio called Bleed, at which he is still employed. He has also during the last six years been running his own freelance practice called Bureau Bruneau. It´s a project reserved for additional research and experimental work in the field of graphic design. A great deal of his work have been featured in numerous books and published magazines, and was granted The Award of Design Excellence 2012 by The Norwegian Design Council. A winner of the prestigious Visuelt Award and The Most Beautiful Books Award (Norway) in 2011, he was considered to be one of the most interesting norwegian designers by CAP & Design Magazine.

Portfolio Imagery:

  • Project 1 of 5

    Lavafilm Identity

    The concept for Lavafilm's identity is inspired by natural disasters, such as volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. During an earthquake, solid objects will divide and move to random positions. This has been the basis for the development of our solution.

    Credits

    Henrik Wold Kraglund

  • Project 2 of 5

    Hyperactivitypography from A to Z

    Hyperactivitypography from A to Z is an activity-book for typographers illustrated in a nostalgic vintage style to give it a sweet and childlike look. The book is packed with activities, ranging from silly to hardcore nerdiness. It's great to test your skills on and to learn new things while having fun. Who said typography had to be stiff and boring? The book is published on Die Gestalten Verlag.

    Credits

    Studio 3, Camilla M. Lykaas, Mari Grafsrønningen, Maria Hammerstrøm, Kristian E. Sjølie and Paul van Brunschot

  • Project 3 of 5

    U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency

    The year is 2030. The post-apocalyptic darkness have fell, and the earth as we know it, has come to an end. This is the dystopic story of man's existence after earth's destruction. The disaster and the subsequent ice age destroyed all organic life, and all forms of human civilization. There was nowhere to hide, the earth would soon be covered by a kilometer-thick layer of ice. All hope for the existence of humanity, would always be lost, hadn't it not been for…

  • Project 4 of 5

    People Love Music Identity

    People Love Music is an Oslo-based club concept that plays soul, disco and electro. Their artist name, People Love Music represents their core-values of the project. Our solution promotes the three-variety of music genres that PLM has based their concept on. This is done by developing three varying logos and color profiles that should always work together.

    Credits

    Henrik Wold Kraglund

  • Project 5 of 5

    Breaknecks & Lok Allé

    Albumcover and logotypes made for the hiphop collaboration Breaknecks and Lok Allé's album "Tilfeldigvis". Choose your own cover out of six opportunities.

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