Being fascinated by visual communication and design as far as I can remember, I want to leave a mark. I believe in longevity and in creating something that is timeless.
I strive for a holistic approach, transparent process, loyal and honest work, and my favourite parameter of success is when a customer relationship lasts a lifetime.
Brand identity, concept development, editorial, packaging, web and digital services design.
My name is Alexander Flammier Muskaug, I studied graphic design and visual communication at Creapole in Paris from 1997 to 2000 and have worked as a graphic designer since i started in Leo Burnett Oslo in 2000.
In 2002 I decided to go solo, getting my first own customers (Bikes and Boards and Stockfleth’s) and doing freelance work for agencies like Ogilvy and Saatchi. In 2005, I joined Bekk Consulting (today one of Norways leading IT-Consultancies) where I developed digital design and corporate business skills. I stayed until 2010, working on major projects for Telenor, REC group and The Norwegian Public Roads Administration. In parallel I also kept a few of my own clients on the side, like branding Tim Wendelboe, who I am still working with over a decade later.
Next stop was Scandinavian Design Group where I was lead designer, responsible for all digital projects on one of the agencys main clients Statoil ASA. In 2013 I was asked to join Isobar and help establishing a department focusing on strategic design. In my three years there we worked with Music Norway, Synsam, Bama, NKI and Sats Elixia. Finally, in 2016 I teamed up with Pocket Oslo, forming a two man band working on exciting projects for Sweetzerland in Geneva, the reopening of the Grand Café Oslo and Folketeaterpassasjen.
In 2017 after more than a decade in agency life I established a graphic design studio in Oslo. Specializing in visual identities and concept development, my services range from web and digital services design to editorial and packaging. I collaborate with other independent units, and also offer design consultancy on larger digital projects.