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The Graduates 2013 | Kría Benediktsdóttir


Graphic designer Kría Benediktsdóttir is a 2013 graduate of the Iceland Academy of the Arts. Her final project Frímerki 1939-1958 researches Icelandic stamps. It was exhibited at Reykjavik Art Museum in the LHÍ Final Exhibition 2013.   „For some people stamps is no more than an evidence of the fact that postage has been… Read more

The Graduates 2013 | Hjörtur Matthías Skulason


Product designer Hjörtur Matthías Skulason is a 2013 graduate of the Iceland Academy of the Arts. His graduation project KER is a set of three clay containers that can be used for preparation, cooking and serving of food. Multifunctional and usable in several different ways both individually and together, Skulason… Read more

The Graduates 2013 | Elísabet Karlsdóttir


Fashion designer Elísabet Karlsdóttir is a 2013 graduate of the Iceland Academy of the Arts. Her final collection is built on the idea of the grey times of the Soviet Union.   Grey shades play a big role in my interpretation of this cold and colourless world. Going from grey… Read more

The Graduates 2013 | Ólöf Rut Stefánsdóttir


Product designer Ólöf Rut Stefánsdóttir is a 2013 graduate of the Iceland Academy of the Arts. Her final project is Staldur Table, a multi functional table for the modern day cyclist.   According to the designer, It’s interesting to observe that bicycle design has primarily been limited to biker and… Read more

The Graduates 2013 | Linda Jóhannsdóttir


Fashion designer Linda Jóhannsdóttir is a 2013 graduate of the Iceland Academy of the Arts. Her final collection mixes our interpretations of  the unwritten rules of society as women and men shape. A modern collection based on clean surfaces, with focus on form and texture, the collection features semi unisex colors,… Read more

The Graduates 2013 | Viktoria Buzukina


Graphic designer Viktoria Buzukina is a 2013 graduate of the Iceland Academy of the Arts. Her final project Stafasmjátt is a multicultural children’s book with the Icelandic alphabet for children aged 2 to 5. It serves as the first introduction to the letters, helps to learn new words and gives a… Read more

The Graduates 2013 | Arnar Fells Gunnarsson


Graphic designer Arnar Fells Gunnarsson is a 2013 graduate of the Iceland Academy of the Arts. His final project is Galdraskræða Skugga, a new version of an old book of Icelandic spells. Written by Jochum M. Eggertson who is better known under his pen name “Skuggi”, meaning “shadow”, the book was first… Read more

ADC*E European Student of the Year 2013 | Anatomy of Letters by Sigga Rún


The good news just keep pouring in! Sigga Rún’s final project at Iceland Academy of the Arts, Anatomy of Letters won the series European Student of the Year at ADC*E, congratulations! We originally posted about the project  in our student work series here, but if this is not a reason to re-post it, what is? Enjoy!… Read more

Ceramics for Sharing Food


Hi there, Did you have a good weekend? Here are some interesting upcoming design works by ceramics designers from the Reykjavik School of Visual Arts to kick off your week. During their final term, the students researched the culture of sharing food. As their final project, they designed new party… Read more

The Graduates 2013


This year’s graduates of the Icelandic Academy of the Arts (Listaháskóli Íslands) are currently exhibiting in the Reykjavik Art Museum. The extensive exhibition features projects by students from all four design departments of the school, architecture, fashion design, product design and visual communication, as well as final projects by students from the… Read more