BLEKKMARK is a freelance artwork- and designstudio which is mainly focused on creating great looking- and inspiring artwork for the book, music- and filmindustry. The designstudio has much experience in various fields of media and has clients from 19 countries; which totals a few hundred unique customers from all over the world and has exclusive representation (agent) in the Asian hemisphere.
BLEKKMARK’ artistic oeuvre spans over 29 years; over 2000 projects and includes: the design, conceptualization and graphic coordination of over 700 albums in the in the AOR / Hard Rock / Heavy-Metal / Thrash / Instrumental / Rock / Blues / Pop genres.
The studio has a worldwide clientele, which includes countries such as Sweden, Neatherlands, Denmark, Brazil, Australia, Canada, France, Japan, Germany, Italy, Spain, USA, Great Britain and more.
Music projects include internationally known best selling artists and musicians such as: Yngwie Malmsteen, Richie Sambora (Bon Jovi), Eric Martin (Mr.Big), Richie Kotzen (Poison), Jennifer Batten (Michael Jackson), Reb Beach (Winger, Whitesnake), Michael Kiske (Helloween), Joe Lynn Turner (Rainbow), Tony Harnell (TNT), Mark Boals (Wolf), Goran Edman (SteetTalk), Ilker Ersin (Freedom Call), Mike Terrana (Rage, Tarja Turunen), Gary Barden (MSG), Harry Hess (Harem Scarem), Terry Brock (Strangeways), Dan Reed (Dan Reed Network), Steve Overland (FM), Johnny Gioeli (Hardline), Thomas Vikström (Candlemass, Therion), Bob Kulick (Kiss, Balance, Meat Loaf), James Christian (House Of Lords), Doogie White (Rising Force, Tank) and many more.
BLEKKMARK has also done concept work for the legendary musician Paul McCartney, former member of The Beatles, drummer and singer Roger Taylor of Queen and iconic heavy metal act Black Sabbath, and also DJ and music producer Tim Bergling, better know under his psuedonym Avicii.
Book design projects include authors such as bestselling Stephen King (author of Carrie, It, Misery), Christopher Paolini (author of Eragon, Eldest), Naomi Novik (author of the Temeraire dragon books), Björn Ranelid, Clas Svahn, Gustav Stålhammar, Jonas Moström, Christian Mörk, Martin Svensson, Staffan Heimerson, Sven Rosborn, Mikael Niemi, Mattias Boström, René Dettwiller, Maria Wetterstrand and many more.