Eidsvollsbygningen for Statsbygg
2012
Description
A set of poratits and an illustration for a Norwegian magazine "Åpent Rom" published by Statsbygg - the Norwegian government's key advisor in construction and property affairs. Statsbygg has been assigned a task to restore the Eidsvollsbygningen - the building, where the Constitution of Norway was signed. During the restoration a geologist Petter Molaug unearthed the remains of an old well which can be seen in his portraits and the illustration of the building. The remaining portraits show the director of Statsbygg and the magazine editors.
Drawing, Illustration
  • A set of poratits and an illustration for a Norwegian magazine "Åpent Rom" published by Statsbygg - the Norwegian government's key advisor in construction and property affairs. Statsbygg has been assigned a task to restore the Eidsvollsbygningen - the building, where the Constitution of Norway was signed. During the restoration a geologist Petter Molaug unearthed the remains of an old well which can be seen in his portraits and the illustration of the building.

    The illustration was hand drawn with pencil, inked with Copic Multiliner SP and coloured in PS.

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  • Petter Molaug and his discovery:
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  • Eidsvollsbygningen:
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  •  Non-coloured versions and sketches:
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