Hvass & Hannibal is a multi-disciplinary art and design studio based in Copenhagen. One of their most striking pieces is this beautiful hanging origami ball, which was taken into a dark wintry forest to create the design for Turboweekend’s latest album. The 3D origami ball was made from 270 pieces of paper, and colorful gradients were printed onto each piece to create a striking effect.

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Hvass & Hannibal works in various fields including art direction, music graphics, and costumes design, and they always deliver extraordinary, colorful and handcrafted work. Their album cover for Turboweekend’s “Ghost of a Chance” was created with the help of photographer Brian Buchard. Hvass & Hannibal try to establish a good balance between non-commercial and commercial projects. Some of the big brands they have worked for include Adidas, Wired Magazine and Microsoft.

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