One day, me and Iron African went out and took some pictures…
Here’s a single cover for Afro Hip Hop group Panetoz that I recently designed. Photo provided by Therese Ekblom.
My dear friend Kim Kovin goes by his rapper name: MC KiKo. We have known each other since we were kids but lost contact when we went to different high school’s. During my last semester at The Collage of Gävle we regained contact through a mutual friend and when I moved back to Stockholm we started hanging out a lot. Needless to say I started to help him out with some design work and most of my stuff was kind of nice but… you know… not what they could be today.
I still help him out till this day and below you can see some of the stuff I have designed for him…
The single cover is for the remake of his song “My Love”. Have a listen to it below…
The stickers are some of the several we have done together . “Vem Är KiKo?” translates as “Who is KiKo?” which is a reference to the song “Förklaringen (It’s Me)”… provided below…
Finally the website is for our the event/contest “Fight Night Sweden”. It’s Sweden’s biggest Rap-Battle contest. Check it out at www.fightnightsweden.se.
I’m currently working on a new design for his website… almost done… (www.mckiko.com).
Andrew Naggenda aka Iron African is an Swedish/Ugandan/American rapper. He approached me in spring 2008 and I have worked with him on some project since.
This is a cover for his EP “Late Bloomer” which was released December 2008. To this day, this is still one of my favorite designs I have done.
Andrew was to release an Album in 2009 and the first single was called “Demons Be Gone”. The photo shoot was very unplanned… basically Andrew, me and my camera… turned out pretty good I must say. The song too… you can listen to it below.
Last year I really got into HDR photography and started to explore the world through “HDR glasses”. The photos below are some of my favorites.
…high dynamic range imaging (HDRI or just HDR) is a set of techniques that allow a greater dynamic range of luminances between the lightest and darkest areas of an image than standard digital imaging techniques or photographic methods.