En drinkhistoria awarded Svensk bokkonst

The book "En drinkhistoria", designed for photographer Magnus Torsne and Sweden's premium cocktail bar Tjoget, was awarded the prestigious Svensk Bokkonst (The Swedish Book Design Award) last night. Every year 25 well crafted books, published in Sweden, is picked out for this award. Svensk bokkonst was founded in 1933 with the ambition to inspire the publishing industry to produce high quality books, and support craftsmanship in design and production.


The motivation of the jury (in Swedish):

”En formmässigt och innehållsmässigt överraskande drinkbok där formen speglar textens karaktär av samtal kring processen i drinkfotografiernas tillkomsthistoria, vilket även återges i de skiftande färgerna på pappret. Ett samtal om drinkar och cocktails med för ämnet ovanligt experimentella bilder som gör att man gärna bläddrar till de rosa sidorna och kollar in recepten. Formgivningen är överskådlig och samtidigt användarvänlig och stimulerande. Det generösa formatet ger plats åt lekfulla bilder i samspel med tydligt återgivna recept.”


We have moved!

You can now find Nuet at a new location, Kungsklippan 11b. Still Kungsholmen, Stockholm. Drop by and taste our Nespresso coffee!


Silver at Svenska Designpriset

Super happy to receive a silver in this years Svenska designpriset (The Swedish Design Awards) for the new Nola identity, made together with Frida Jeppsson Prime at Postnormal Productions as part of a new communication strategy.


En drinkhistoria in Rum design

Swedish design and interior magazine Rum design made a large feature of last years book project ”En drinkhistoria” in it's latest issue. In the article you can read all about the thoughts and ideas behind the publication, a collaboration between photographer Magnus Torsne and the founders of Stockholm cocktail bar extraordinarie Tjoget, Joel Söderbäck and Andreas Bergman.

Art direction and design by Nuet. See full case here!


Gold at Svenska designpriset

Nuet was happy to receive the gold medal for the catalogue and identity for Armémuseum’s (The Swedish Army Museum) exhibition ”Segerns pris / The Prize of Victory” at Svenska designpriset on yesterday evening’s awards at Rondo, Gothenburg. This was a fantastic project! Thanks to everyone involved, exhibition producer Karin Tetteris and project manager Christina Tengnér at Armémuseum, exhibition designer Matti Shevchenko Sandin, all the people at TMG Sthlm.

The motivation of the jury:

To a gunpowder black and blood red journey back in time that, with raw elegance and razor-sharp attention to detail, paint a most believable picture about a time when countries put an unimaginable amount of honour into not getting along.

Check out the complete case here.


Månadens Design September 2019

Our new identity for the fabulous restaurant Svartengrens (with illustrations by the artist Fredrik Forsberg) took 3rd place in Resumé magazine’s ”Månadens design” (Design of the Month). Resumé is the largest magazine in Sweden for advertising, communication and design professionals. You can read the full article (in Swedish) at www.resume.se.


The Prize of Victory Nominations.

Happy days! We are happy to announce that our catalogue for Armémuseum (The Swedish Army Museum) has been nominated for Svenska designpriset and the Publishing Prize.

You can help out our quest for gold by voting on Svenska designprist's website. Voting closes on September 8th. A big thank you to everyone involved! The catalogue was printed by TMG Sthlm.


Hädnd becomes Nuet

Art director and typographer Håkan Ängquist is partnering up with acclaimed Swedish art director Eva Aggerborg, who takes on the role as the company CEO. At the same time Hädnd is changing our name to Nuet (Swedish for the present).

Eva has been a vibrant part of the Swedish design and advertising community since graduating in 1998. She was the founder and design director of DDB design and CEO at Open Studio, founded together with creative director Sara Hildén Bengtsson.

Nuet continues as a small but highly competent company with a vast network, ready to gather the most relevant team of designers, social media strategists, interior architects, photographers, stylists, film makers and copy writers for each assignment. A small company with big love and great dedication to each chosen assignment. Always with focus on detail and craftsmanship.

Photography by Erik Lefvander.


Månadens Design Februari 2019

Happy to get selected for a feature in Resumé magazine’s ”Månadens design” (Design of the Month) with the exhibition identity and catalogue for Armémuseum. Resumé is the largest magazine in Sweden for advertising, communication and design professionals. You can read the full article (in Swedish) at www.resume.se.


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Studio Torsne on Mindsparkle

Nice feature of the visual identity for Studio Torsne on mindsparklemag.com, one great source of inspiration, today. Check it out here!


New Office!

The new office is open! Feel free to drop by and have a chat at Love Almqvists väg 10, Kungsholmen (Kristineberg), Stockholm.


Truly Nordic

A copy of the book Truly Nordic just arrived from Hong Kong and publishing house Viction:ary. Very nice publication profiling over 140 design projects by 31 creative units operating from the Nordic countries. We are happy and honoured to be featured alongside so many people we truly respect and admire. Thanks Viction:ary!