My name is Morten Duemose and I'm a graphic designer living in Copenhagen. I have previously been at Campbell Hay in London and Anagrama in Mexico. I studied Graphic Design and Visual Communication at the School of Visual Communication in Denmark. I would descibe my self as meticulous, and makes sure that every detail is pixel perfect.

My name is Morten Duemose Kjær Simonsen and I'm a  graduated from the School of Visual Communication with a BA in Graphic Communication. I am freelancing as a graphic designer and I'm always on the lookout for new creative projects and collaborations. Feel free to contact me if you want to discuss a new project.

curriculum vitae

Anagrama ¬ Monterrey, Mexico
Graphic Designer
June 2015 — December 2015

Anagrama ¬ Monterrey, Mexico
Intern / Graphic Designer
March 2015 — June 2015

Campbell Hay ¬ London, United Kingdom
Intern / Graphic Designer
October 2014 — February 2015

The School of Visual Communication
Haderslev, Denmark
September 2012 — July 2015

Rødding Højskole
Rødding, Denmark
January 2012 — February 2012

Please contact me to request any press material so I can send you images in high resolution. The only thing I ask is that you properly credit each piece and send a printed copy of your book, magazine or newspaper in the mail for our archives.

1/10   —   Don't work for assholes
2/10   —   Be nice to others
3/10   —   Do it a 100% or don't do it at all
4/10   —   Don't work with assholes
5/10   —   Be different and unique
6/10   —   Make people feel seduced
7/10   —   Take chances
8/10   —   Have fun
9/10   —   Explore new horizons
0/10   —   Keep learning

¬ Art Direction
¬ Album Design
¬ Branding & Identity
¬ Concept Development
¬ Creative Direction
¬ Editorial Design
¬ Film / Video
¬ Interior Design
¬ Logotype
¬ Naming
¬ Packaging
¬ Photography
¬ Signage
¬ Stationary
¬ Typography
¬ Web Design

“The life of a designer is a life of fight. Fight against the ugliness. Just like a doctor fights against disease. For us, the visual disease is what we have around, and what we try to do is cure it somehow with design.”

— Massimo Vignelli