What is Yokoland?
Yokoland is a design studio that works across various fields of graphic design, typography and illustration – both commissioned and self initiated work: from book design, posters, photography and packaging for music to visual identities, stationery, signage systems, typedesign, web, video, title sequences for movies, exhibition design, editorial and curatorial work. The studio focus on close long term collaborations with their clients, and is known for their work with the independent record label Metronomicon Audio and publishing house Flamme Forlag. Yokoland frequently collaborates with other designers, architects, illustrators, photographers, type designers, programmers, printers, curators, musicians and writers.
Yokoland was founded by Aslak Gurholt Rønsen and Espen Friberg sometime between 2001 and 2006, and consists today of Thomas Nordby and Martin Lundell in addition to Aslak Gurholt Rønsen. The studio is located in Oslo.
A monograph about the studio, “Yokoland – as we go up, we go down”, was published by Die Gestalten Verlag in 2006.
Rønsen Aslak Gurholt Yokoland holder til på besøksadressen c/o Grünerløkka Lufthavn Toftes gate 69, 0552 Oslo. Foretaket ble startet og registrert i Brønnøysund-registrene i 2004-10-09 og som et Enkeltpersonforetak. Rønsen Aslak Gurholt Yokoland driver i bransjen "Øvrig designvirksomhet". Foretaket har ingen registrerte ansatte.