Opener and spot illustrations for the Sunday Times travel section. Luxe for less – how you can upgrade your holiday without it costing a fortune.
Many of these images can be purchased on different online stores. It all began in 2012 when Bo imagined that he was a designer during the sixties who just had been asked to come up with a travel poster. And the project is still evolving.
Daniel Lakatosz was the runner-up in Masterchef Sweden and has since then been a prominent figure when it comes to cooking. It was a true pleasure to work with him, photographer Charlotte Gawell and the publishing company.
Bo was participating in a group exhibition at the Palais du Commerce in Lyon, France. The artists were all asked to come up with their own interpretation of a pulp cover. The print can be purchased here: http://neutrinoprint.fr/artiste/bo-lundberg/
Bo developed some animation and print illustrations for one of the bigger shopping malls in Sweden. The storyboards were developed in collaboration the the talented animator Fredrik Olsson.
Bo was commissioned to do an opener and some icons for an article for Travel & Leisure USA about gift travels.
Travel & Leisure wanted to highlight The worlds top destinations to visit. Bo was asked if he could do a world map that would still read as an illustration. The solution was to design an image that was conceived as a journey from sunrise to sunset.
A collaboration between Bo and Sony Mobiles Germany through Creative Director Rikke Gertsen Constein. Bo created a unique design that was etched into the back of the new Sony Xperia Z3. The design was then also used as a pattern on an exclusive Sandqvist backpack.
Swedish broadcasting company TV 4 needed an intro for the TV show Det Sociala Spelet which could be translated to The games people play. The show took a closer look into the lighter side of social norms and the games people play. The animation was directed and animated by Jan Cafourek.
Djurgården Hockey is one of Sweden’s oldest and most renowned ice hockey teams. After a few less successful years, fans initiated a fundraiser in order to strengthen the roster. The Bo Lundberg studio contributed with a campaign image and various design elements.
These are a few samples from an ongoing personal project called Around the World. It first started as an idea where Bo imagined that he was a graphic designer during the sixties that had been commissioned to do a number of illustrations for a travel agent. The collection has expanded geographically and the illustrations now cover the sixties, seventies and eighties.