Posted by kRiSs | Filed under WORK selected
I never got around to post this work on my portfolio site, so i figured I would give you a peak at it here.
Since 2003 I’ve been been helping my good friends over at GAM3 (Martin Schultz and Simon Prahm), creating a strong visual identity with focus on youthful street and urban culture.
GAM3 (pronounced “game”) is the quintessence of street culture. With base in Denmark, Scandinavia, and organized as a non-profit organization the program is a fusion of street basketball, urban culture and an effort to integrate minority youth in the community.
Most people in Denmark today recognize the characteristic basketball player in the speech bubble, partly due to the dedicated street team of young kids putting up stickers and posters. Read more about GAM3 here.
As for previous years I this time created poster, flyers, tee’s, street-markings and so forth for GAM3’s many events, used both in Denmark and at their locations in the middle east. Together with Anders Lindegaard (GAM3) and Carsten Seidel (photographer) we created four strong pictures Playground, Freedom, Step-Up and Challenge. Playground and Freedom promoting the Street GAM3 local events, Step-Up being the new street dance events for girls and Challenge promoting the big GAM3 Finals event at Rådhuspladsen (City Hall, Copenhagen).
Poster and Flyers:
The type treatments was also used for tee’s. Pictures of that and more at the GAM3 gallery.
One Response to “Got GAM3?”
Simon Prahm Says:
December 17th, 2009 at 10:45 pm
We Love You! Keep up the good work. All the best from the GAM3 Crew!