May 2, 2019 — News

Warhol-fever in the city! Especially locally around Davidshall. Moderna Museet Malmö + HolsterGreen.


April 21, 2019 — News

Skanska is building a climate-neutral zeroCo2-certified office building in Hyllie/Malmö. Cobe are the architects who designed the house. HolsterGreen does the brand strategy and identity work.

February 1, 2019 — News

Today we are celebrating our first year as HolsterGreen Studio! A year of challenges, hard work and joy, new friendships and collaborations beyond our wildest dreams.

October 23, 2018 — News

Together with ZeroPrint we’re working on developing an old metal industry area into a new creative block in the south of Spain. Next week we take a big step in the process.

October 19, 2018 — News

The opening of Dutch Design Week 2018 is here! Curator: Nina Warnolf,  AD & Graphic Design: HolsterGreen, Photo: Fanny Hansson

October 10, 2018 — News

The final parts are being finished. Soon all is of to be in place for the opening of Dutch Design Week 2018.

August 29, 2018 — News

The films promoting the design collective What Matter_s have been released! Graphic concept and design by HolsterGreen. Take a look at Zetteler Film or follow @whatmatter_s on Instagram – this week also taking over @dutchdesignweek. Photo by Zetteler.

July 5, 2018 — News



New short documentary film, reflections and thoughts about Nathan Coley’s sculpture ‘And We Are Everywhere’. In the film we hear the Bishop of Lund – Johan Tyrberg, artist Nathan Coley, curator Jes Fernie and Jake Ford from White Architects. Direction and producer – HolsterGreen.

June 13, 2018 — News

Hall of Femmes – The fantastic book series on female ADs and Graphic Designers founded in 2009 by Samira Bouabana and Angela Tillman Sperandio.
The next are planned and are soon to get started! Very exciting…

May 8, 2018 — News

Råängen Art- and Architecture Programme,

Sculpture by Nathan Coley.

Lund Cathedral has commissioned a major new artwork by internationally renowned artist Nathan Coley. The work, entitled And We Are Everywhere, will be launched in Lund, on 2 June 2018 and is the first artwork for the Church’s land in Brunnshög within the Råängen programme.


June 18, 2019

Day two has come to an end #essity #creativedirection #holstergreen

June 17, 2019

Photoshoot day 1 like being in...Greece. #essity #libero #creativedirection #holstergreen

May 16, 2019

#warhol #modernamuseet #holstergreen

May 9, 2019

@cobearchitects @jaja_architects #holstergreen

May 9, 2019

Copenhagen 9th of May. We work and talk. All day. Then we listen and learn. Then we reflect and talk. Then we work. And talk. Cobe sessions no 2: Artificial Wilderness #cobe #skanska #holstergreen #nordhavn #uppsalakonstmuseum #råängen

May 9, 2019

It’s just like a movie setting, in love with Trine and her wonderful work space. Today’s office on HG adventures. Thank you for having us💙 @trinenatskaar_studio

May 8, 2019

A day starting at four in the morning - how can it pass so quickly! 💙 #holstergreen

April 16, 2019

We are happy to take the stage at the University today and lecture at the department for Urban Studies. It will be a wonderful mix of design processes, identity work and brand values, Råängen, our work with the Hall of femmes book about Rosmarie Tissi, Skanska, Moderna Museet, Rodes Futura, and then probably a little bit more about Tissi. Thank you for having us! #malmöuniversitet #holstergreen

April 15, 2019

#warhol #modernamuseet #holstergreen

April 12, 2019

#modernamuseet #warhol #holstergreen

April 11, 2019

#modernamuseetmalmö #andywarhol #holstergreen

April 8, 2019

This magnificent fantastic super woman has a great big birthday today! Swing by the studio and give her a hug, we’ll celebrate all day❤️hipp hipp hurra för dig Mickis idag!

April 2, 2019

A dear client on the gahnaian market is soon getting their long saught-after new and shiny oat packaging. #happyheart #fibreoats #entradia #holstergreen #graphicdesign #packaging

March 29, 2019

Opens tonight: ”Warhol 1968” at Moderna Museet Malmö. Exhibition study of Warhol’s first exhibition in Europe, at Moderna in Sthlm, fifty years ago. Curated by John Peter Nilsson. Campaign by us. #modernamuseet #andywarhol #holstergreen

March 8, 2019

Important day, every day! #internationalwomensday

March 6, 2019

Heading back to Malmö after a few days of meetings mixed with inspiration and dear friends 💙 #kvinnohistoriska #centan #halloffemmes #nationalmuseum #jennynordberg #mirror #modernamuseet #spridd #kellyandpling #aplusx

March 3, 2019

Historic findings in the forrest puts the light on one of our clients. The beautiful glass bottle from the 1960’s was reluctantly turned into a plastic version when economical terms changed. As the new shape turned into a new classic, the mold became older and finaly broke last year. We do what we can to honour and keep the resemblance when the machineries is beyond repair, but having the original in front of you... #watzins #gahns #tradebanco #design #history #holstergreen

February 25, 2019

Web site is on its way, posters being put up and neon sign is in production. Opening is getting closer! #alcoy #rodesfutura #alcoy_futura #zeroprint #holstergreen

February 14, 2019

At a museum close to you, right now at #modernamuseet Sthlm, soon at #modernamuseetmalmö Campaign in the making. Happy V-day.

February 4, 2019

Adjusting contemporary history #alcoy #rodesfutura #spain #zeroprint #holstergreen


April 12, 2018 — Interview Nr 1

Jes Fernie, Independent curator, UK


H•G: How do you summarize your curatorial work, overall and for Råängen?

J.F: I work with artists, architects, thinkers, developers, priests, taxi drivers, choirs, farmers, developers and writers to make interesting things happen in public space. I’m interested in an expansive approach to contemporary art and culture that creates opportunities for a broad range of people to think about, get involved in, or just see art in their public realm.


Photo: © Peter Westrup


For Råängen this involves working with Lund Cathedral and White Arkitekter on a long term commissioning programme that will establish a foundation for their development in Lund. I’m really excited about the potential for this programme to create a unique blueprint for thinking about urban expansion and the role the art and culture can play in this. Also, I LOVE working in Sweden!


H•G: Some words about amazing upcoming “And We Are Everywhere” from your heart?

J.F: When Nathan Coley and I first discussed the idea of presenting the concept for And We Are Everywhere to the representatives from Lund Cathedral, we genuinely had no idea whether they would go for it. It is a bold and potentially contentious work that raises all sorts of interesting, current issues about faith, the Church’s role in society, homelands. It is wonderful to be working with clients who are so committed to ideas and conversation.


H•G: What project are you most proud of, and why?

J.F: Recently, I’ve been enjoying working with fiction writers who have written short stories related to commissions or projects I’m curating. For example, Joanna Quinn wrote an incredible story about a scientist living on a boat in a flooded landscape with her daughter, in an apocalyptic near future, for a project called ‘Flood House’ that I worked on last year. It added an incredible dimension to the project – a magical, fictional space opened up, which made me realise the power of narrative in the projects I work on. I’m now working with Holly Corfield Carr on a story about enclosure, family and bad decisions. Loving it!


H•G: Future dream project?

J.F: Spending so much time in Sweden over the last year and half has led me to dream about working more there. In a parallel universe, I live in one of those gorgeous, smooth pull-out draws at the Skissernas Museum in Lund. I get to sneak around at night with a flash torch, whispering to the ghosts of artists long dead and creating scurrilous connections between the work of those still living.


H•G: Best exhibition/most interesting artist right now?

J.F: I’ve just discovered Lisa Brice’s work in the Art Now room at Tate Britain. She messes with Degas, Picasso, Manet, and directly responds to two paintings in the Tate collection by William Rothenstein and John Everett Millais. Limp, passive, lugubrious women become active, weird sexy and BLUE (a reference to the Blue Devil in Trinidadian carnival). I reckon Angela Carter would have LOVED this show.