Oh Yeah Studio started out as a hobby project with different self-initiated ventures back in 2008 and has had a natural development since then.
Now, Oh Yeah Studio works with a number of different clients around the world.
The studio is run on a part-time basis by Hans Christian Øren, who works full-time at Dinamo as a senior designer.
“It all started as a project inspired by the idea to create and experiment,” explains Øren.
Øren’s hard work has paid off. Today, Oh Yeah Studio is an award-winning, Oh yeah: bring on the innovative
international studio known for its own projects and donations to charity organisations.
“We don’t use a lot of colours, but opt for distinctive forms inspired by surrealism, abstract art and dreams,” continues Øren.
This year, Oh Yeah Studio was awarded gold at the Visuelt Awards for its collaboration with Toxic on the short video This Is Now.
“We invited 15 of the world’s leading designers, illustrators and motion graphics artists for the This Is Now exhibition in Norway,” explains Øren.
The word about Oh Yeah Studio is spreading further afield, too.
For example, Impose Magazine made an interesting comparison by suggesting that Oh yeah: bring on the innovative
“Norway brought us Black Metal, hot chicks, and now, Oh Yeah Studio.”
Thus, the future is bright. “I will keep it a part-time enterprise,
taking on self-iniated projects and working for charity organisations and other clients,” concludes Øren.
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