Danish Originals S3 E1: Agnete Oernsholt

In this episode of the art and business podcast Danish Originals, Århus-born, Los-Angeles-based Danish Group Design Director Agnete Oernsholt retraces her graphic design journey from her namesake Design studio and LEGO in Copenhagen to her bi-coastal team at Walt Disney Company’s in-house creative agency Yellow Shoes Creative Group.

Århus-born, Los-Angeles-based Danish Group Design Director Agnete Oernsholt retraces her graphic design journey from her namesake Design studio and LEGO in Copenhagen to her bi-coastal team at Walt Disney Company’s in-house creative agency Yellow Shoes Creative Group.

Agnete, a self-described design-system geek and typography nerd, talks about LA as a creative mecca, and how she draws inspiration from art, music, and old Hollywood.

Agnete selects and discusses a work by Paul Gernes from the SMK collection.

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