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'Visual Vitamins' with Anne Bundgaard
Anne Bundgaard is a visual artist from Copenhagen who has become known for her colourful and playful murals. But she's not limited to street art style commission work. We caught up with her to see how she works and where her inspiration comes from.
Click below to see Anne’s full gallery on Artboost.
Who are you?
I’m a Graphic designer and artist, from The Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Denmark. Currently I’m working in both Copenhagen and San Francisco.
My palette is wide but basically I do everything you can think of that requires visual vitamins. I love to work collaboratively, and work in the intersection between art, interior, graphic design and design theory.
How did you get interested in art?
Like everyone else I was born an artist, and I just kept doing it.
My parents showed me plenty of art and helped me stay open minded to people and different cultures. I consider myself to be a free soul with a nice amount of my inner child still present.
How would you describe your style?
My style is colourful, sometimes very graphic, naive, playful and with hidden stories, as well as a touch of magic.
What are your sources of inspiration?
Very often I find inspiration in literature and music.
For some reason I also find lots of inspiration when I run. I guess my brain is in a very relaxed yet active mode.
Since my childhood I always had a crush on medieval art that I find very inspiring.
Who are your favourite artists?
I have so many favourite artists! For many years artists such as Henry Darger and Frida Kahlo have been dear to me.
I try to become more aware of less famous contemporary artists. I love the work of Martine Johanna, Camille Walala, Saner Edgar, Käthe Butcher just to mention a very few.
What would you really like to accomplish in the near future?
Within the next year I want to do a big public outdoor piece of wall art. In a big city... Anywhere in the world.
Click below to see Anne's full gallery on Artboost