Martine is a designer with a penchant for identity, typography and design systems. She believes in functional and refined craftmanship, built on intuitive and conceptual thinking.

In 2014 Martine graduated from Westerdals School of Communication with a BA in Graphic Design. She spent the following summer as a design intern at Snøhetta, and later joined Heydays as a full-time freelance designer in their studio.

She has previously worked at Uniform, and now works at ANTI, with a strong focus on brand identities and design systems.

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Gaggu Vintage

Gaggu, named after the grandmother of founder Hedwig Øgreid, is a vintage bridal salon in Oslo, that offer a unique range of wedding gowns from the 1920s up to the 90s.

The interior of the salon is centered around the expressive banana leaf wallpaper, most famous from the Beverly Hills hotel in Los Angeles. Working with Heydays, I designed an elegant identity, with subtile details in colors, typography and graphics based on the pattern, including custom logotype, dress box and bag, printed material and website.