Illustrations for content marketing, social media and animated videos for Danish B2B Attribution Software company Dreamdata.
DECK OF ARCHETYPES
An archetype is an emotion, character type, or event that is notably recurrent across the human experience. (except from masterclass)
Though interpretations vary, we can usually stablish 12 archetypes divided in 4 groups based on their main motivation.
GROUP #1: SINGULARITYArchetypes of this group are motivated by originality and yearn to leave their mark in the world.
Influence through liberation
Influence through power
Influence through mastery
GROUP #2: GROWTHArchetypes in this group are motivated by self-development and yearn for enlightenmentv.
Enlightenment through safety
Enlightenment through understanding
Enlightenment through freedom
GROUP #3: CONNECTIONArchetypes of this group are motivated by collectiveness yearn to connect with others.
Connection through intimacy
Connection through enjoyment.
Connection through belonging.
GROUP #4: REGULARITYArchetypes of this group are motivated by regularity and yearn to provide structure to the world.
Structure through service
Structure through control
Structure through innovation
NOT A PLACE I HAVE TO HIDE IN
This poster-book is an illustrated project that investigates the relationship of queerness and the act of getting tattooed as a way of reclaiming your body.
According to intersectional theory (in a very simplified way) you can't separate or remove social categorizations that are the center of systems of opression an individual faces.
To give attention to that theory I made special glasses that allow you to analogically "remove" the body from the illustrated portraits and see only the tattoos. this is a way of giving light to the fact that bodies are political and the meaning of tattoos are connected to the meaning of the body in a deep level for the person carrying the tattoos and for the other observing it.
SPECULATIVE QUEER MYTHOLOGY
In ancient times, myths were created to explain natural or social phenomena. Many times involving supernatural beings or events.
I often wonder: if queerness was mainstream in ancient western societies, what sort of myths would be created to explain it?
In this little speculative illustrated project, I visualize imaginary myths of queerness and queer love.
Hand drawn frame by frame animed viddeoclip for the song ‘The Dream’ by King Krul