With Caspar's love of imagined and fantastical realities, it stands to reason that he lends his hand to producing visually stunning illustrations that complement the contents of these novels.
Fallen on Good Times is a supernatural detective novel; blending elements of prohibition-era America, mobsters and life after death.
Akira – a retro-future anime cult classic – follows two childhood friends: one of which has developed super-human powers that he has a shaky grasp on.
A psychiatric ward ruled over by the Iron fist of Nurse Ratched battles a rebellious McMurphy – as seen through the eyes of a solemn patient.
An extremely disfunctional family's actions have serious, far-reaching consequences over the course of several decades.
A hypothetical novel that sees the residents of a city rising up against the local crime lords when the police have fallen to them.
You would be hard-pressed to find examples of Caspar's work that didn't include character design in some capacity. His rendering of the human form borders between realism and exaggeration, allowing him to convey character without look like a shoddy characature.
Adam is a major character in the speculative video game – Kinesis. He is the player controlled protagonist that weilds an array of super-human abilities.
A curious child discovers his loft; what follows is a journey into the fertile imagination of a young adventurer.
Boss Hunters was a one-off Youtube series focusing on ridding mythical lands of their rambunctious, over-stuffed creatures of evil.
Jack is the antagonist to Adam in Kinesis; a vindictive, calculating and brutish resident of Johannesburg who see's no end to human discrimination against "supers."
A university team-up project saw a local charity offered a squadron of wild-life inspired characters to act as mascots for fundraising activities.
Glenn is a major character from webcomic series "Rodolphe's Revenge", inspired in persona from Margret Atwood's groundbreaking novel "Oryx And Crake".
Currently known in spirit as The Three Kings – this seedling of a graphic novel follows the search of a mob-hired detective for a killer, taking down high-ranking members of the three local crime circles; which were in a pretty shaky alliance beforehand.
The first completed page of the graphic novel depicts a corrupt, smog-ridden city in which our first character, Rico, is making the walk to Burt's office.
The story is told through the internal monologue of Burt – a detective hired to discover the truth behind losses in each of the crime syndicates.
Vasquez is the head of the Colombian mob, responsible for the drug trade around the city.
Murdoch is responsible for the blunt-force-trauma that grips the city in violence; he has his hands in many, many pies.
A sketch for a later page in the graphic novel, featuring some of Murdoch's Cronies, making that typical crony chat.
The best accompaniment to a written, informative piece is an image that nicely summarises the contents of the article in a manner that hooks the viewer into knowing more – Caspar's obssesion with story-telling makes this look easy.
It is often an overlooked – or underheard – fact that our voices carry a different picture of us over the telephone and radio to listeners.
It's not news to anyone that our office-work culture is doing serious damage to our health; this peice really hits the ball home – don't sit on the issue.
An often celebrated line of thought; doing something challenging comes from leaving the status-quo behind and opening up to new ideas.
In a study from New Scientist, a link was drawn between psychopathic tendencies and success among business leaders.
"I love deadlines. I love the whoosing noise they make as they fly by."
The often mollycoddled male teenager faces a rude awakening when they leave home: their own place is a state. General Purpose attacks with stringent discipline and the combined might of its armed cleaning forces – these "boys" have no excuse for filth now.
This product acts as the infantry arm of the brand, blasting the work-top stains away with concussive might.
The Air Force rids the skies of the unpleasant boyish odours and replaces them with regulation-approved fragrances.
Sometimes, in the war on dirt, collateral damage is unavoidable. The Special Forces act as a swift hammer to the toughest stains whilst keeping down the casualties.
All great wars are aided by propoganda on the home-front. The good people of the nation need to know this war can be won.
Every civilian has a job to do in keeping our kitchenware safe from stains.
Caspar is an illustrator/designer hybrid from Oslo, Norway. His studies brought him to England and the Illustration course at Falmouth University where he put his talents to the test. Caspar is now back on home turf, looking for more creative oppotunities.
Caspar's calm demeanour is a breath of fresh air to the frantic to-ing and fro-ing of most creatives. He engages most in work that allows him creative carte blanche, as well as time.
His time in the Norwegian military has taught him unyeilding patience, endearing manners and years of respect for people who know how to push themselves.
He's modest about his ability to dream up an idea seemingly from nowhere, but his ability to build on existing concepts is also fantastic.
Caspar routinely enjoys works of literary fiction, off-mainstream television and nursing pints of lager.
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