Nils-Petter was commissioned by an international charitable organization to produce a series of highly detailed landscapes depicting the organization’s international programs.
The client is a non-religious, grant-making philanthropic foundation. Committing its resources to address issues of global, social and environmental concern, particularly those that have a major impact on the lives of the disadvantaged. With offices in Geneva, London, Copenhagen, Sofia, Zimbabwe, India and North America they give grants to organisations in approximately 40 countries worldwide.
The client was seeking a unique visual style across all of its communication tools and material that could communicate the organization’s international program strategies, processes as well as the overall values. Up to recently, there had been limitations in the design process and few design guidelines existed in the organization which had opened the door to a wide range of graphical styles across the communication material.
In total 13 landscape illustrations where to be made – one for each of the client’s international programs; Brazil, Denmark, Environment: Climate Change, Environment: Marine Conservation, Environment: Wildlife Conservation & Trade, Housing & Homelessness, India, International Human Rights, Issues Affecting Women, Learning Differences, Prevent Child Sexual Abuse, Special Interests and Zimbabwe.
In 2021 some of the landscapes where redrawn and a combined environment landscape was added to the list.
Please read more about the project and take a look at all 16 landscapes here.