Martin Jangö Studios
  Having been a singer for almost all my life it was self explanatory that my project would have something to do with music. But unlike anything I’d ever done before, I decided it was time for me to try to write something of my own. Swedish folk music has always been close to my heart, and so has a cappella singing. The result of that was a four-part arrangement of the song   Koppången   – initially written for violin by Per-Erik Moraeus. But I also wanted to give the song a visual appearance, inviting the audience to see my fantasy carry the music away. The initial idea was to enhance the nature in the filmed sequences that make up the video, but the end result leans a bit further towards something that looks like a dream or fantasy.

Koppången

In early May of 2016 I finished my studies at Berghs School of Communication in Stockholm. The last thing every Graphic Design student does before graduating is the graduation project. It’s the opportunity to devote yourself to something you’re passionate about for three months, often without sleeping at all. This is mine.

Having been a singer for almost all my life it was self explanatory that my project would have something to do with music. But unlike anything I’d ever done before, I decided it was time for me to try to write something of my own. Swedish folk music has always been close to my heart, and so has a cappella singing. The result of that was a four-part arrangement of the song Koppången – initially written for violin by Per-Erik Moraeus. But I also wanted to give the song a visual appearance, inviting the audience to see my fantasy carry the music away. The initial idea was to enhance the nature in the filmed sequences that make up the video, but the end result leans a bit further towards something that looks like a dream or fantasy.