Mette Geisler Dragelykke is a graphic designer and graduated from London College of Communication, London Institute in 1999.
She has established three companies since 2000 mainly within the fashion and interior sector. While she was still in college, she started her first company which tuned into a worldwide succes. She worked with analog printing processes, where she handprinted graphics on clothing which became the trademark of the brand.
Geisler is also the woman behind the tourism brand I Love CPH. Today she’s working as a freelance graphic designer and has extensive experience in creating graphic concepts and visual identities for a wide range of companies.
For many years, Mette has been a part of the ArtRebels graphic team and has created the ArtRebels logo and the limited edition Bråkig for IKEA.
Conversation with Mette
Where are you from and where do you currently live?
When did you become an artist and what was your first project?
My first big project was the company Punk Royal i started in 2001, where i redesigned and printed secondhand army closes.
Did you study art in school, if so where?
London College of Printing.
What inspires you? Any particular artists?
Folk-art, textiles, colours, the times we are living in & the universe.
What are some of the ideas behind your work?
At the moment i am super frustrated about what he human race is doing to this planet.
I am sure we can do much better, and that inspires me to make art that reflects that.