In 2010, Ettnollett was Sweden's oldest — still published — music fanzine (started in 1984). It was mainly dedicated to indiepop, alternative rock and electronic music. After nearly 27 years (of course, if you know your rock history) it was time for the last issue. 100 pages sent (and put on shelves) in a printed envelope together with a A2-poster. You can read more about the magazine's redesign (made in 2008) further down.
Art direction and graphic design. Editor—in—chief, Nicke Boström.
In 2008 I made, together with Erik Wäppling, a redesign of the magazine Ettnollett. We aimed to turn it into the pop-cultural magazine it, editorial wise, had evolved into over the years, but without loosing it's fanzine heritage. A4 format, stapled, 4-colour cover with embossed text and content in black and gold on several diffrent papers. We also made a new logotype-sticker to put on the magazine's front (and elsewhere).