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    The Norse Code is a film production company based in Los Angeles, USA and Oslo, Norway. It's run by Norwegian director Morten Tyldum and his frie… Read More
    The Norse Code is a film production company based in Los Angeles, USA and Oslo, Norway. It's run by Norwegian director Morten Tyldum and his friends. The purpose of Norse Code is to bring Norwegian stories to Hollywood. The identity is inspired by Norsemen and Norwegian traditions, such as cross stitch embroidery and tactile materials. With limited use of colors and a minimalist design, the identity appears contemporary while having a clear references to Norway. Read Less
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Date: 2011. Developers: Mustasj
 
The Norse Code is a film production company based in Los Angeles, USA and Oslo, Norway. It's run by Norwegian director Morten Tyldum and his friends. The purpose of Norse Code is to bring Norwegian stories to Hollywood. 

The identity is inspired by Norsemen and Norwegian traditions, such as cross stitch embroidery and tactile materials. With limited use of colors and a minimalist design, the identity appears contemporary while having a clear references to Norway. 
(Visit their website)
 
→ Fossekall cross stitch embroidery. Fossekall is the national bird of Norway.
→ Inspired by a traditional Norwegian knitpattern called "Vinternatt"