by Lauren Festa
“In the world through which I travel, I am endlessly creating myself.” – Frantz Fanon
ADC Travels is a series where we virtually tag along with our favorite creatives as they travel for work and pleasure. Peep photo diaries and get a sense of how a creative brain works. To kick it off, we follow Justin Negard, ADC Member and founder of Future Boy Design, to Norway. Having just released his new book entitled Bogotá – that shows a different side of the Colombian capital – the New York based designer, photographer and author shares his snaps in the gallery (with captions!) above.
“I visit Norway as much as I can for both personal and professional reasons. My father was originally from a small town outside of Oslo called Sander. I’ve always made it a point to stay connected with my family there, but I’ve also found the country itself to be a magical place. The land is breathtaking, with enormous mountains of pine trees lining the horizon and vast fjords cutting through the earth. One could easily envision a dragon or two launching over the tree tops at any time, or catch a Norwegian troll lurking in the shadowy parts of the forest. It has that kind of vibe.