Since 2011 I have had the privilege of illustrating the Nobel posters. Visualising the research behind the prizes is part of a long and important tradition and the posters are kept a secret until they are presented to the laureates during the Nobel week in Stockholm.
Producing the infographics for Nobel is a great challenge and a lovely experience, and in the process I get to meet some of the greatest minds of our time.
NOBEL PRIZE INFOGRAPHICS
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Nobel luareate Stefan Hell is pleased when he is presented with the Chemistry poster. We met at Nordiska Museet during the Nobel week in Stockholm.
RECENT NOBEL POSTERS, IN COLLABORATION WITH GRAPHIC DESIGN CONSULTANCY RITATOR
To explain the financial crisis, while it was still in its early face, I went for a cartoon-inspired style and used humour to tell the story. This is an interview about my work and the project itself. Note that the term "news cartoonist" is an exiting one but it is actually just a poor translation, I prefer to call myself "news graphic artist".
As the world move in the direction of sustainability and awarness, even the F1 circuit has to follow. A new circuit called Formule E has been established and the first race took place in Beijing, China in September. In this work I explain the high tech electrical cars, the rules and the conditions. Produced for excellent Swedish journal Forskning & Framsteg (Research & Progress).
The Crafoord Prize in astronomy and mathematics, biosciences, geosciences or polyarthritis research is awarded by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences annually according to a rotating scheme. It offers an interesting challenge when it comes to visualisation, and I have had the honor since 2011.