Friday - Sunday 1 - 3 June 2018 #
Time: Friday: 15.00-23.00, Saturday: 12.00-23.00, Sunday: 12.00-17.00
Address: Langkaia 1, Oslo
Tickets: No tickets needed
Vendors: All Pine Press / Birgitte Lebesby / Blank Space / Brenneriveien / Darling Clementine / Designunivers Pikelus og Designparken / Egon Låstad/ FLØK / Idar Bøyum / Illustratørene / Kjersti Johanne Barli / Kristine Sand / Kuriosart / Ljå forlag / Mari-Helene Hvalbye / Oda Valle / Samra Avdagic / Skinkeape / Svovel fabrikk & butikk / Uglylogo / Wallstories / Yokoland
The Night Market will be open throuhout the festival 1 - 3 June, and is also part of the event Havnelangs on Sunday.
SALT is a nomadic art project currently situated on Oslo’s shoreline, overlooking the city’s famous Opera House. On an area of 5000 square metres, SALT comprises several spectacular wooden constructions designed by Sami Rintala (Rintala Eggertsson Architects). SALT arrange SALT NIGHT MARKED every weekend from spring until September.
All Pine Press #
All Pine Press is an Oslo-based publisher and stationery brand. All our products are designed and printed in Oslo. We make notebooks, calendars and wrapping paper. Our products are made using a paper quality called Super Snow Bright. Super Snow Bright is a bulky mechanical printing paper manufactured at Hellefoss Paper AS, in Hokksund, Norway. The factory at Hellefoss has been producing paper since 1898. Today Hellefoss Paper AS is the last remaining paper factory of its kind in Norway. We have developed close cooperation with the factory at Hellefoss. Thanks to this cooperation we are currently the only company in Norway offering products made from Norwegian paper and produced in Norway. www.allpinepress.com
Blank Space #
Blank Space is an ambitious creative space in Oslo that works in countless aspects of the visual art and design community. We host studios and workspaces for some amazing artists, illustrators, designers and creatives. Many of these will be presenting their brand-spanking-new (as well as good-old) prints, illustrations, paintings, cards, clothes, photos, and much more!
Brenneriveien is a collective of freelance designers, illustrators and photographers working from a small studio located in the heart of Oslo by the Akerselven river, neighbouring the nightclubs Blå and Ingensteds. The artworks are by current and former artists of the collective, including some guest artists. You will find a large selection of affordable prints and wall art from underground creatives and more established artists, designers and illustrators. brenneriveien.net
Darling Clementine #
Darling Clementine consists of designers/illustrators Ingrid Reithaug & Tonje Holand. Since launching an independent stationery series in 2006, the line has developed into a worldwide brand with an extensive assortment, selling everywhere from Tokyo to Helsinki. DC has a recognizable look that defines the brand. This style was the platform when establishing a design studio with the same name, undertaking a wide range of various commissions. The business is now divided in two sections; DC Creative & DC Decorative. DC Creative takes a variety of design & illustration commissions, alongside DC Decorative who aims to develop and take care of the brand, constantly designing and launching new products. They will sell selection of stationery; notebooks, Weekly planner, notepads, journals and pencil cases. We also have some printed posters ans well as scented candles. We might put priority our latest collection to have a more coherent collection. www.darlingclementine.no
Designunivers : Pikelus & Designparken #
Designparken (Anette) and Pikelus (Maria & Camilla) are two small design companies under the common name Designunivers. We are illustrators and designers that love to print our unique design on different products such as coasters, cutting boards and kitchen towels. All designs are made by us with tons of love and passion. Our fun products will brighten up your home and your day! You can buy our products online and in a few selected stores around Norway. www.pikelus.com / www.designparken.com
Egon Låstad #
Egon Låstad works as a freelance designer/writer/curator. At the market he will sell evocative signs. Evocative signs is way finding system made to be fully comprehensible and readable, while adding a sense of feeling to the characters featured within each pictogram. As a result the signs lends themselves as cute interior decor articles for private homes as well as being fit for use in a public environment, such as Bergen Airport where they are currently in use. At the market you may choose from a range of poetic and funny door signs with, a professional quality, and easy to mount. Each sign is made from lasting and eco-friendly materials, concisting of vinyl coating on anodised, brushed aluminum plates. www.quack.no
FLØK is an Oslo-based design duo who create notebooks, calendars, postcards and other paper products. They find joy in working with materials and each of their notebooks is put together by hands. They often use parts of old books and various types of paper to create unique and beautiful pieces. They will sell a newly made series of notebooks, graphics and postcards - all created during the ongoing process of experimentation with different spraying techniques. FLØK products are made from scratch and they enjoy each step of their paper ritual: choosing the right materials, colours, shapes and forms until they see a complete object, where every single element supports another. They care for details. flokboka.tumblr.com
Idar Bøyum #
Idar Bøyum is a Norwegian illustrator and digital artist with a master’s degree in visual communications from the Norwegian academy of art and design (KMD). He has written and illustrated a fantasy novella called Child of Dawn, which is self-published on amazon and iTunes at the end of last year (November,2017) He will sell a selection of his best prints from the project on the market and sell printed and digital copies of the book.
Kjersti Johanne Barli #
Oslo-based illustrator and artist Kjersti Johanne Barli makes playful prints for both kids and grown ups. She has also been working with ceramics, and her series of “Grumpy Mugs” will be for sale at the market. Barli has exhibited her work in Oslo, Prague and Berlin. In 2014 she was one of thirty artists nominated for the Young Illustrators Award in Berlin. www.kjerstibarli.com
Kristine Sand #
Kristine Sand graduated from Oslo National Academy of the Arts (KHiO) in May 2009, after studying Art History in UiO and Art mayor in Einar Granum Art School. During her Bachelor degree course she spent one semester in New York at the School of Visual Arts, studying Fashion Illustration, Screen Printing and Childrens Book Illustrations. After graduating she has worked as a freelance illustrator in Oslo with a variety of clients. Kristine has a distinctive style, and specializes in rich and detailed drawings. She will sell printed posters, framed mini drawings and greeting cards. www.kristinesand.no
Kuriosart sells hand-made, made in Norway products in the range of greeting and note cards to original art prints and paintings. Kuriosart consist of a family of designers, illustrators and artists. Kuriosart founder and artist Anne S. Nomeland paint portraits inspired by toys and teddy-bears, she also create hand-made note cards, made from vintage Norwegian mountain and nature magazine and book pictures. Illustrator and creator Toddy Nomeland make hand made animal brooches. Designer Roy H. Frimanslund create original art-pieces using appropriated antique illustrations. Other designers bring in postcards and greeting cards in various styles. kuriosart.no
Mari-Helene Hvalbye #
Quick, easy, fun, simple, organic ink and painting Oslo based artist, illustrator and comic creator Graduated from Kingston University in London 2014 illustration (BA Hons) Passionate about comics, animals, compositions, color and playful lines Inspired by Tove Jansson, people, stories, details and magic. www.hvalbye.com
Oda Valle #
Oda Valle is an illustrator, printmaker and ceramist from the western part of Norway. She will be selling handmade prints, original illustrations, tote bags and ceramic figurines with an edgy and quirky twist. Her art is inspired by Scandinavian nature, flora, animals, people, and architecture. www.odavalle.vom
Samra Avdagic #
Samra Avdagic is a designer and illustrator from Oslo, Norway. She graduated from The Oslo School of Architecture and Design with as master’s degree in design. Today she works as a designer for Sky Agency, but also does a lot of freelance work on the side. She mainly does illustration and graphic design and has both Norwegian and international clients. Samra’s love for colors and thick black outlines has given her illustrations a pop-art feeling combined with a girly post-Internet touch. She will sell prints and posters.
Svovel fabrikk & butikk #
Svovel fabrikk & butikk is an independent children's book store, selling personally selected high quality books. For the market we will bring a selection of books by Norwegian authors, illustrators and designers. We will also bring posters and drawings by Astrid Serck. www.facebook.com/svovel.fabrikkbutikk
Uglylogo is a Norwegian illustrator artist that is known for his charming, a bit vulgar and colorful characters. His work is made with true love and understanding for craftsmanship by using techniques like screen printing, letterpress and risography print - as well as hand-drawn originals. He will sell his printed artwork; limited edition screen prints, letterpress prints, risography print - as well as hand-drawn originals. uglylogo.no
Wallstories is an Oslo-based collective of designers who offers a minimalistic take on some of the most iconic places and buildings in Norway. Wallstories’ harmonic compositions and simplistic approach seeks to underline the expressiveness of the buildings, architecture, nature and scenery that are portrayed. The idea behind Wallstories was born out of the curious fact that thousands of Norwegian homes are decorated with black and white prints of New York, London and Paris. Why not hang your local history on the wall? Unnecessary visual elements are removed to accentuate the lines and shapes that makes the motive iconic. Over the last year Wallstories has portrayed nearly 100 places in Norway with clean lines and compositions, often with lively yet harmonic colours. Together with each print there’s a story about the place that is illustrated. wallstories.no
Yokoland is a design studio based in Oslo, Norway. The studio works with a wide range of clients, mainly focused on projects within the cultural field. The studio aims for an experimental, ambiguous and progressive practice that blurs the line between subjective/objective, order/disorder, process/product, art/design, form/content, good ideas/bad ideas, etc. Projects include both print and digital work: art direction, graphic identity, book design, editorial design, packaging, web design, exhibition design, signage and wayfinding. www.yokoland.com