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+354 8961323 / itishanna@gmail.com

Súðavogur 32, 2nd floor

104 Reykjavík

Hanna Jónsdóttir studied Identity at the Design Academy Eindhoven, where she focused on sustainability and the importance of conversation in her graduation projects. Hanna founded Ðyslextwhere with designer Ingrid Brandth, a company which focuses on modernising handcraft by opening up to imperferfection, like typos. Hanna is also one of the creators of Attikatti, a group of experimental designers. In 2011 Hanna's project "Þéttsetrið" (Corner ensamble) was the runner up as The Product of the Year in the magazine Grapevine. Since 2013 Hanna has been researching the alzheimer's disease through her project "Hjúfra", experimenting in gaming design and storytelling and working on a childrens book, due 2021. She also runs studio SNÚ SNÚ together with other ceramic artists. Over the last year Hanna has also been working on her MA degree in art education at the Academy of Arts in Iceland.


She has done internship with the great woman Carolin Lerch at Pelicanavenu in Antwerp and the architect Kris Kimpe in that same city. Her main focus is on the concept and storytelling. To be playfull and try different ways on different things. She takes things apart and puts them together, looking for simplisity, honesty and new order.


Persónulegri útgáfan og alþýðlegri.

Ég hræðist að vera í bíl á ferð í hálku, mannýg naut og almennt stjórnleysi. Svo held ég að ég sé ennþá hrædd við ljóta kallinn á Sléttaleiti. Hann var nú samt bara tilbúningur greyið en er farinn að taka á sig mismunandi myndir. Ljóti karlinn er þannig myndlíking fyrir eitthvað sem að hræðir mann og minnir mann á sínar eigin takmarkanir. Ég er samt mikið hræddari um eitthvað en við.






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