Rune Fisker

“Rune Fisker's chaotic illustrations use visual trickery to create truly captivating scenarios.” — Creators

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Biography

Growing up in the flat countryside of Denmark, Rune spent most of his time drawing with and on whatever he could find. Now, many years later, Rune runs his own animation company Benny Box along with his brother Esben. Whenever Rune is not animating, drawing storyboards, or making things that moves, he is working as an artist and illustrator on a mixture of commercial and personal projects. Runes abstract, surrealist style plays with geometries, line, and tone. The result are subconscious scenes where characters of distorted proportions entangle with phantom scenes hinged between fiction and reality.

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The New Yorker, New York Times, Wired, The Atlantic, New York Observer, Die Zeit, Intercom, Variety, Zetland, The California Sunday Magazine, Kill Screen, Cartoon Network.

Followers 47.9k

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Biography

Growing up in the flat countryside of Denmark, Rune spent most of his time drawing with and on whatever he could find. Now, many years later, Rune runs his own animation company Benny Box along with his brother Esben. Whenever Rune is not animating, drawing storyboards, or making things that moves, he is working as an artist and illustrator on a mixture of commercial and personal projects. Runes abstract, surrealist style plays with geometries, line, and tone. The result are subconscious scenes where characters of distorted proportions entangle with phantom scenes hinged between fiction and reality.

Clients

The New Yorker, New York Times, Wired, The Atlantic, New York Observer, Die Zeit, Intercom, Variety, Zetland, The California Sunday Magazine, Kill Screen, Cartoon Network.

Followers 47.9k

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Biography

Growing up in the flat countryside of Denmark, Rune spent most of his time drawing with and on whatever he could find. Now, many years later, Rune runs his own animation company Benny Box along with his brother Esben. Whenever Rune is not animating, drawing storyboards, or making things that moves, he is working as an artist and illustrator on a mixture of commercial and personal projects. Runes abstract, surrealist style plays with geometries, line, and tone. The result are subconscious scenes where characters of distorted proportions entangle with phantom scenes hinged between fiction and reality.

Clients

The New Yorker, New York Times, Wired, The Atlantic, New York Observer, Die Zeit, Intercom, Variety, Zetland, The California Sunday Magazine, Kill Screen, Cartoon Network.

Followers 47.9k

Download all images »

Biography

Growing up in the flat countryside of Denmark, Rune spent most of his time drawing with and on whatever he could find. Now, many years later, Rune runs his own animation company Benny Box along with his brother Esben. Whenever Rune is not animating, drawing storyboards, or making things that moves, he is working as an artist and illustrator on a mixture of commercial and personal projects. Runes abstract, surrealist style plays with geometries, line, and tone. The result are subconscious scenes where characters of distorted proportions entangle with phantom scenes hinged between fiction and reality.

Clients

The New Yorker, New York Times, Wired, The Atlantic, New York Observer, Die Zeit, Intercom, Variety, Zetland, The California Sunday Magazine, Kill Screen, Cartoon Network.

Followers 47.9k
Before the War Ink on paper.

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Before the War

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World Positive Illustration for online publication World Positive.

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World Positive

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Illustration for online publication World Positive.

World Positive Illustration for online publication World Positive.

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World Positive

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Illustration for online publication World Positive.

The Resurrection

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The Resurrection

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Stanford Business Magazine Illustration for Stanford Business Magazine, for an article entitled ‘Does Artificial Intelligence Have Limits?’

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Stanford Business Magazine

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Illustration for Stanford Business Magazine, for an article entitled ‘Does Artificial Intelligence Have Limits?’

The Washington Post Illustration for The Washington Post to accompany an article entitled 'In defense of escapism: Why it’s okay — yes, even now — to flip away from the news'.

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The Washington Post

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Illustration for The Washington Post to accompany an article entitled 'In defense of escapism: Why it’s okay — yes, even now — to flip away from the news'.

The New Yorker Portrait of Nigerian-American producer Chino Amobi for The New Yorker.

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The New Yorker

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Portrait of Nigerian-American producer Chino Amobi for The New Yorker.

The Palace

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The Palace

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The Leftovers Illustration for The New Yorker for Emily Nussbaum's review of 'The Leftovers'.

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The Leftovers

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Illustration for The New Yorker for Emily Nussbaum's review of 'The Leftovers'.

Wired UK Illustration for Wired UK for an article about trading algorithms.

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Wired UK

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Illustration for Wired UK for an article about trading algorithms.

The California Sunday Magazine Illustration for The California Sunday Magazine for an article about sports performance company P3.

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The California Sunday Magazine

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Illustration for The California Sunday Magazine for an article about sports performance company P3.

AGENT89 Illustration for the AGENT89 project.

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AGENT89

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Grand Unified Theories Illustration for Quanta Magazine for an article about Grand Unified Theories.

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Grand Unified Theories

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Illustration for Quanta Magazine for an article about Grand Unified Theories.

The Secret Show II Ink on paper.

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The Secret Show II

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The Infinity Machine Ink on paper.

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The Infinity Machine

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Wired UK From a series of illustrations for The WIRED World in 2017.

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From a series of illustrations for The WIRED World in 2017.

Wired UK From a series of illustrations for The WIRED World in 2017.

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From a series of illustrations for The WIRED World in 2017.

Wired UK From a series of illustrations for The WIRED World in 2017.

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From a series of illustrations for The WIRED World in 2017.

Bene Illustration for the fall catalogue of office furniture brand Bene.

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Bene

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Illustration for the fall catalogue of office furniture brand Bene.

The Atlantic Illustration for The Atlantic to accompany an article entitled 'Why Is Dating in the App Era Such Hard Work?'

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The Atlantic

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Illustration for The Atlantic to accompany an article entitled 'Why Is Dating in the App Era Such Hard Work?'

Variety Illustration for Variety to accompany the review of the movie 'The Girl on the Train'.

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Variety

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Illustration for Variety to accompany the review of the movie 'The Girl on the Train'.

Wired UK Illustration for the October issue of Wired UK.

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Wired UK

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Illustration for the October issue of Wired UK.

New York Observer Illustration for the New York Observer, for an article entitled 'Father Time'.

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New York Observer

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Illustration for the New York Observer, for an article entitled 'Father Time'.

Kill Screen Illustration for issue 9 of Kill Screen magazine.

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Kill Screen

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Illustration for issue 9 of Kill Screen magazine.

The Slow Escape Ink on paper.

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The Slow Escape

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The Incident Ink on paper.

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The Incident

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The Way We Were

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The Way We Were

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ZEIT Magazin Illustration for the German publication, ZEIT Magazin.

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ZEIT Magazin

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Illustration for the German publication, ZEIT Magazin.

Below II Ink on paper.

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Below II

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Below Ink on paper.

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Below

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Kiblind Illustration for issue 55 Kiblind.

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Kiblind

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Illustration for issue 55 Kiblind.