Morten Andersen born in Denmark in 1976 is a self-taught artist, who now works and resides in Berlin. He is a hyperactive man, always in search of something new. In the 90’s he got caught up in graffiti; A decade later, the Danish artist has moved from walls to canvas, although his tools remain the same: spray paint, markers, and acrylics. His work stands between contemporary urban art, graffiti, and abstract art. He has worked with such companies as Mini Cooper, Absolut Vodka, Citroén, and Carhartt via

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Homelessfonts is an Arrels Foundation initiative which consists of creating a collection of typefaces based on the handwriting of homeless. The idea behind these typefaces is for big brands to use them in their advertising and corporate announcements. All the proceeds go to the Arrels Foundation.