Studio Brasch provides visionary brands an opportunity for expressing their values, services, and products, through impactful imagery and forward-thinking moving images.

We are a creative studio offering creative direction, conceptual thinking and a distinct design language that results in brand images, campaign images, moving images, set designs and more.

All our projects are united through an in-depth understanding of the client. This key information provides the foundation for communication pieces that not only connect with an audience on an emotional level but also provides an opportunity for direct, strategic and effective communication.

The studio was founded by Anders Brasch-Willumsen – an interdisciplinary creative who holds a Masters Degree in Visual Communication and has spent more than a decade working in design and advertising for brands like Apple, Carlsberg, and InterContinental Hotels as well as for smaller ones like Ninja Tunes and Byredo.

His work has been featured in publications such as Sight Unseen, Designboom, iGNANT, Trendland, Yellowtrace, Lula Magazine, UNRTD™, Booooooom, Fubiz among others. Most recently, in 2017, he gave a talk about his work at Airbnb's innovation lab, Samara, by personal invitation from Airbnb co-founder Joe Gebbia.

Read a recent interview

Studio Brasch provides visionary brands an opportunity for expressing their values, services, and products, through impactful imagery and forward-thinking moving images.

We are a creative studio offering creative direction, conceptual thinking and a distinct design language that results in brand images, campaign images, moving images, set designs and more.

All our projects are united through an in-depth understanding of the client. This key information provides the foundation for communication pieces that not only connect with an audience on an emotional level but also provides an opportunity for direct, strategic and effective communication.

The studio was founded by Anders Brasch-Willumsen – an interdisciplinary creative who holds a Masters Degree in Visual Communication and has spent more than a decade working in design and advertising for brands like Apple, Carlsberg, and InterContinental Hotels as well as for smaller ones like Ninja Tunes and Byredo.

His work has been featured in publications such as Sight Unseen, Designboom, IGNANT, Trendland, Yellowtrace, Unrated, Booooooom, Fubiz among others. Most recently, in 2017, he gave a talk about his work at Airbnb's innovation lab, Samara, by personal invitation from Airbnb co-founder Joe Gebbia.

Anders is also a Trendland contributor and enjoys sharing his deep knowledge and passion for art and design.

Read a recent interview

Studio Brasch
Riksdalervägen 24 2tr.
129 32 Hägersten
Sweden

(+46) 73 587 9749
contact@studiobrasch.com 

"Brasch-Willumsen’s composition is a perfect blend of art direction, set design, industrial design and computer wizardry."
– Yellowtrace

“Whatever the project may be, Anders soaks it into his artistic soul and unveils a fresh take on the initiative through dreamlike, sensory and emotive imagery.” 
– UNRTD™

"Aware of the difficulties advertisers have in capturing the short attention spans of contemporary audiences, Studio Brasch creates work that plays on the human desire to connect and identify with an image."
– iGNANT

"Far from an unknown to be feared, in the hands of Anders Brasch-Willumsen, the future feels like an exciting place."
– It’s Nice That

"Brasch-Willumsen’s composition is a perfect blend of art direction, set design, industrial design and computer wizardry."
– Yellowtrace

“Whatever the project may be, Anders soaks it into his artistic soul and unveils a fresh take on the initiative through dreamlike, sensory and emotive imagery.” 
– Unrated

"Aware of the difficulties advertisers have in capturing the short attention spans of contemporary audiences, Studio Brasch creates work that plays on the human desire to connect and identify with an image."
– iGNANT

"Far from an unknown to be feared, in the hands of Anders Brasch-Willumsen, the future feels like an exciting place."
– It’s Nice That