By Randi Larsen

Studio Larsen provides services in communication and design, with an emphasis on brand identities and digital experiences.

Successful design means fully understanding the needs and aspirations of each individual client and developing and maintaining a holistic and strategic perspective on each project. Studio Larsen delivers unique, aesthetically strong and creative solutions that help clients communicate their core values, engage their audiences and ultimately achieve the best results. We work closely with our clients, drawing on years of experience working with companies and brands with ambition. Our passion and focus is creating solutions to big societal challenges and helping our clients find creative ways to balance people, planet and profits.

Studio Larsen collaborate with the highest calibre creatives, developers, copywriters, art directors, change agents, production managers, illustrators, animators, producers, strategy consultants, event managers, and PR professionals, to solve problems creatively for our clients. Some of these include Branding by Spetalen, Værsågod, Volum 2, Bravoo, Something good, and the sustainability transformations consultancy cCHANGE.

Some of the clients we have worked with include Helly Hansen, Matvett, Storebrand, Egmont, NHO, Cala & Jade, Matprat, Floyd by Smith, Prime People, Medialounge, Xvision, Arbeiderpartiet, EVRY, SOS Barnebyer, Posten, Visit Norway, Nasjonalmuseet, Norges kreative fagskole, Deloitte, Nordea, Reitangruppen, Lilleborg, UD, BI, Deloitte, Bohus, and NKS Nettstudier.

Studio Larsen was established in 2013. Founder, Randi has worked for Norway’s leading design agencies, including Try/Apt and Scandinavian Design Group since 2000, and her work has been recognised with awards from the European Design Awards and top Norwegian awards including Visuelt, Merket for god design, Gulltaggen and Gullblyanten.

The pictures on this site were taken by Randi’s grandfather Lars Gustav Larsen, including his self-portrait on the homepage (he's to the right). He worked in the coal mines of Svalbard (Spitzbergen) and was an avid hobby photographer. The images he captured have always been an inspiration...perhaps this was the beginning of Studio Larsen’s story.