Website revamp on its way

It’s been half a year (!) with no blogging or updating due to project and dissertation work. (Hey, I got a Merit in my Masters!) I have moved back to cold, cold Norway, and I am currently looking for work. Thanks for a wonderful year, England!

A few peeks from my exhibition:

And these are some of the lovely people I’ve spent a lot of time with the past year:

Typographic delights 07/11

Topic: Forms. Legal documents, ‘the oil in the government’. A means for gathering information – orderly. A tool of authority; to exercise power, and raise money (taxes). Interactive, though slow. France, from 1780 and after.

(I regret to say that these photos are taken with my iPhone.)

So I figured I should update

Blog + doing an MA in Information Design + your name happens to be Kari Dahn = not many updates.

I thought I’d post some more photos from the typographic delight sessions we have every monday with our Father Michael Twyman (he really is the father of the Information Design course!). I’m sure we haven’t seen a fraction of his whole collection yet.

These are from our first session in the autumn semester. French (letterpress) posters.

Apparently, only official documents could use plain white paper in the times before the french revolution. A smart way to filter out advertisement, don’t you think?

Christmas @ Mackinder hall

christmas decorated windows

The Mackinder Cat

Look who came to greet me welcome back last tuesday…

The Mackinder Cat! She’s so lovely. I intend to kidnap her one day.

She even has an own fanclub here in the Student Halls, look. Hee, campus c at. Reminds me of a certain lecture yesterday, about a research on how people write their address on their garbage cans. Sounds exciting, no? Well, it was!

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