Graffiti has always been a great inspiration to Lise Vestergaard, who often finds material for pictures on citywalls. Lise did her first wallpainting/mural when she was about 9 year old.
Lise uses her art as global voices to get attention and to call for action around important issues such as sustainability.
Lise Vestergaard has been educated at the Design School in Kolding on the line of visual communication and has been exchange students in England at Ravensborne College, visual Communication. Here, Lise's concept of National Optimism Day was taken for participation in the Royal Society of Arts, Student Design Awards.
Lise has worked as a fulltime artist since 2015..
Lise Vestergaard exhibits on a regular basis in coorperation galleries and companies.
• Gallery KBH Art
• Gallery A
• Vendsyssel Censurerede Kunstudstilling, Hjørring
• Studio55 at 42Gallery
• Novo Nordisk, Søborg
• Alka Forsikring, Taastrup
• Astellas Pharma, Kastrup
• Abbott Danmark, København
• Valora Trade, Gladsaxe
• Lærernes Hus, Kastrup
• Audita Høreklinik, Frederiksberg
• Bilka, Århus
• Godsbanen, Århus
Company artwors :
- AK 38 ARKITEKTER
- DAY DOSE
- CHANGE GROUP
- MOD (Mer Organdonation)
- PULZ JEANS
The Live-art-event in Aarhus made in cooperation with Salling Aarhus - to celebrate the city being the European Capital of Culture 2017. The project was well presented in the danish media.
The Danish Newspaper 'Børsen' brings a full page article 'Alka uses art to show what they stand for'. About how Lise help companies to bring their message using the voice of art.
Serie of 5 pictures was selected for Vendsyssel Censored Art Exhibition
National Optimism Day was taken for participation in the Royal Society of Arts, Student Design Awards.
Cand. design year 2000
Visual communication, graphics
The school of design Kolding
Exchange students at Ravenbourne College of visual communication, London