Morten and Ida are a Copenhagen based artist duo, working primary analogue. We work both together and on separate projects. Ida works with liquid ink and water colors. Her skill set ranges from a keen sense of capturing the dynamics and movements of the characters and the composition, to a great eye for colors. Morten who primary works with ballpoint pen, has a eye for details and textures. Below the next section you will find a more detailed description of both Morten and Ida.

We love to get hired as a team. Below you will find a couple of examples of both collaboration artworks and solo projects.

Below is an example of a collaboration artwork. A Flower power planet cover artwork for musician Naim Nafar. Pictured is the process from pencil sketch, then ink and finally a top layer of vivid water colors. Following is yet another joint venture. A political loaded panda artwork where Morten did the fur and Ida did color work. Last but not least is an example of a more commercial collaboration for the Danish coffee roaster Kaffevaerk. Four black and white illustrations for coffee bean bags, made with liquid ink and dipping pen and black ballpoint pen.

If you are interested in knowing more about the works of Morten Løfberg don’t hesitate to explore the website, contact, follow on Instagram or pay a visit to the store at Godthåbsvej 46, 2000 Frederiksberg.

The flower power planet

The Tibet panda

Illustration for coffee bean bags for Kaffevaerk


Morten Løfberg is a visual artist living and working in Copenhagen. He graduated from The Danish School of Media & Journalism in Copenhagen in 2014, and have been working fulltime with drawings since then. Morten makes very large scaled drawings with nothing but ballpoint pens on grey recycled cardboard. The works can take weeks and even months to do because of their size and detailing. These drawings are then made into posters in different sizes. His imagery explores a world of animals in a curius and respectful way. Animals have so much expression and combined with references to everyday life they become even more relatable. This combination makes them great for both the living room and the kids room.

Examples of works by Morten



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Illustrator Ida Felicia Noack graduated in 2010 from KADK – The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation. Her line of work spreads over different medias such as, prints and posters, magazine illustrations, graphic recording, ceramics, original artwork, wall painting and graphic novels/comic books. Even though working with different medias and materials, there is recognisability throughout her line of work. One theme often repeated is movement and expression in all character, all in an attempt to make the one-dimensional paper come alive and tell a story in one or several frames. Ida attempt to portrait humans and animals soft and round in their appearance using a body positive imagery. And if you look closer most drawings will contain a small story about respecting nature and/or each other.

Examples of works by Ida