Skogen is a Swedish off-grid studio for design and creative ideas, co-founded and run by Victoria Skoglund and Ola Lindgren since 2009. Currently based in the city of Gothenburg with satellites in the rural spheres of Bergslagen and Orust.

Our main purpose ever since the start is to use our design practice to engage people in different ways by designing for posthuman sustainability, culture and the spaces in between. We feel the urgency of the times we are living in and are committed to live and work for better worlds by all means.

We are experts in graphic design, but have no limits in where each project will take us. We develop creative concepts and ideas that can take different shapes and forms depending on the needs of the client and the project; be it print or digital, visual identities, publications, websites, campaigns, books, posters, exhibitions and what not.

Send us a line at if you want to be that client!


Chalmers University of Technology
Destination Bergslagen
Frövifors Pappersbruksmuseum
Galleri Ping-Pong
HDK-Valand – Academy of Art and Design
Kalthoff Axes
Live Nation
Nordic Museum Network for Paper Art
Nora Art
Region Västerbotten
Region Västmanland
Region Örebro län
Slyteviken Matstudio
Ställbergs Gruva
Svenska Oberoende Musikproducenter
Visit Nora
Västerbottens Museum
Örebro Läns Museum


Ola Lindgren

Victoria Skoglund

Visiting address

Smedjegatan 5
411 13 Göteborg, Sweden


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Designer Karin Linderoth
Photographer Frida Edlund
Photographer Andreas Hylthén
Copywriter Lisa Gerhardsson
Artist and illustrator Mattias Käll
Ad and design activists The Bacon Hospital

We are part of the Climate Designers Network, The Design and Posthumanism Network, and members of Svenska Tecknare (The association of Swedish illustrators and graphic designers), Konstnärernas Riksorganisation (The Artists’ Association of Sweden) and ATypI (Association Typographique Internationale).

We support the work of Amnesty, Greenpeace, Naturskyddsföreningen and Djurens Rätt.

* Sustain what, you might ask? Sustainability as a term has become more and more washed out. It has come to be more about sustaining the status quo of a consumerist lifestyle and the delusional idea of infinite economic growth, than about sustaining fragile ecosystems of the natural world and the chances for humans and more-than-humans to co-exist on planet earth for a long long time to come. We still use sustainability for a lack of a better established word, but it is time to come up with one.