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.
I do 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. My professional career started at Leo Burnett Oslo, in 2000.
In 2002 I decided to go solo, getting my first own customers (Bikes and Boards, Stockfleth’s, X-sports, to name a few) and doing freelance work for agencies like Ogilvy and Saatchi. In 2005, I joined Bekk Consulting (today one of Norways leading Consulting firms) where I developed digital design and corporate business skills. I stayed until 2010, working on major projects for Telenor, The Norwegian Public Roads Administration and REC group. In parallel I also kept a few of my own clients, 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 digital projects on the agencys main client, 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 the Sats and Elixia merger. 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 branding Folketeaterpassasjen, Norway's most iconic Art Deco building.
In 2017 after more than a decade in agency life I established Flammier, 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 agencies and independent units, and also offer design consultancy on larger projects like Arbeidsplassen, Norways Labour and Welfare Administrations new services for the Norwegian labour market.