Nordic Creative Talent Award winners: Martine Strøm gives new life to tattoos
The jury: Martine is in possession of a unique way of combining illustrations and photos and mastering a wide array of Photoshop skills.
Graphic Designer Martine Strøm from Norway won one of Adobe’s acknowledged Nordic Creative Talent Awards last year.
Read the jury’s motivation for selecting Martine Strøm:
”In possession of a unique way of combining illustrations and photos and mastering a wide array of Photoshop skills that give new life to tattoos and annual reports, and anything in between. Therefore Martine Strøm deserves the title Creative Talent.”
It was her creative and artistic grandmother who inspired Martine to start a career in graphic design. Thus, she tries to do traditional work by hand as much as possible and then mixes it with digital.
How does it feel to be a winner of the Nordic Creative Talent Award?
”Very exciting. A lot of the other talents are people I look up to. This also goes for the people in the jury. I think it is an honour,” says Martine Strøm.
Martine Strøm mostly works in Photoshop, but very often she also starts up Illustrator, InDesign, and some After Effects. Her favourite tool is the Content Aware tool in Photoshop.
Meet Martine in this video:
Do you know a young, talented Nordic designer who deserves recognition for their creative skills? Then it is time to nominate him/her or yourself for the New Creative Talent Award 2016!
The award is given by Adobe Nordic and CAP&Design, the leading magazine about graphic communication and design in the Nordics, to the eight most creative talents from Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland under 28 years old at award ceremonies in Stockholm, Copenhagen, Oslo, and Helsinki later this year.
The Nordic Creative Talent Award celebrates the most outstanding talents under 28 years of age, active within the fields of graphic design, digital art, photography, video, motion graphics and imagination. Anyone can nominate a young talent practising in the fields of design, graphic design, digital art, photography, video, motion graphics or web design for this award. A jury will select two winners from each country (Sweden, Denmark, Norway, and Finland).
Upload your own portfolio or nominate somebody else now! Read more about the Nordic Creative Talent Award here.
Education: 2006-2008 Løreskog Videregående Skole 2009 Graphic Design – Skjeberg Folkehøyskole 2010 Art – Strykejernet Kunstskole (Oslo) 2011 – 2012 Graphic Design – Westerdals School of Communication
Occupation: Graphic Designer and Illustrator at ANTI
Portfolio on Behance: Check it out here