Graphic designer Johan Thermænius is currently based in Copenhagen working in the field of printed matter and book design collaborating with various other designers on projects for clients from both cultural and commercial areas.
|2007-2009 MFA (Master of Fine Arts), Storytelling, Graphic Design & Illustration, Konstfack University of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm, Sweden|
|2007-2009 Assistant to graphic designer Roger Willems at Roma Publications, Amsterdam, The Netherlands|
|2006 Internship at the architecture office Atelier Bow-Wow, Tokyo, Japan|
|2003-2006 BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts), Visual Communication, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation, Copenhagen, Denmark|
|2001-2003 Nyckelviksskolan School of art, craft and design, General art, craft and design; 2001-2002 Graphic Design and Illustration 2002-2003, Stockholm, Sweden|
|Lina Selanders Around the Cave of the Double Tombs is shortlisted in Svensk bokkonst/Swedish Book Art 2011|
|Lina Selanders Around the Cave of the Double Tombs is awarded with Silver in Kolla! 2011 |
|Geraldine Jeanjean’s Aumont is shortlisted in Best Dutch Book Designs 2008|
|Ringel Goslinga’s Family Tree is shortlisted in Best Dutch Book Designs 2007 |
|2009 Konstfack Degree Exhibition, Stockholm, Sweden|
|2008 To use Lautrec, Nationalmuseum. A parallell exhibition to the Toulouse Lautrec exhibition at the Swedish National Museum by master students from Konstfack, University of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm, Sweden|
|Estrid Ericssons Stiftelse, Stockholm 2010|
|Holder of a scholarship (together with Daniel Mencák) from the president’s fund at Konstfack "Rektor Åke Stavenows m.fl. rektorers stipendiestiftelse", 2009|
|Estrid Ericssons Stiftelse, Stockholm 2009|
Thanks to Viktor Sjödin for photo-graphic assistance when documenting books and printed matter.
Graphic designer Johan Thermænius works with books and printed matter…
…as well as wood, web and words ( read more )
Yeah! Our Jeans Intelligence Studio book is shortlisted in the Best Danish Book Designs of 2016. Please attend the exhibition opening June 13th at the Royal Library in Copenhagen, Denmark.
At the moment…
…a wrapped chair…
…a folded curtain…
…an unfolded curtain…
...among other projects