Attraction Magazine 

Interview and photography for Attraction Magazine 2022

“It all started in 2021, Omar Contri emailed Tine Isachsen about working on a cover of an LP. Things developed quite organically from there and the pair went on to collaborate on a soundtrack which accompanied Isachsen’s first book Heat Climbs the Body, released in October 2021. A collection of selected works by Tine, an exploration into the duality between beauty and darkness.” 

Pan & The Dream

Pan & The Dream’s  LA BELLE ET LA BÊTE  2018 explores the notion of ‘Beauty’ through the words and the images of a vast range of leading artists, writers, and thinkers from around the world.

Taking inspiration from fantasy, PAN invites contemporary artists, writers, and photographers to explore current social issues linked to our perceptions of Beauty.

Contributors to issue #2 includes Nick Knight, Kate Moss, and Lara Stone .

Portrait of Grimes✨ for the Muses section✨

All editions of PAN are collected by the following institutions and are part of their libraries' permanent collections.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA
Palm Springs Photo Festival, CA
The Art Institute of Chicago, IL
The Courtauld Institute of Art, London
The Royal Library, Copenhagen 

Ambi Mag

Interview with Ambi Mag. 2021

Tine Isachsen on Tactile Sensibility

In the self-published Heat Climbs the Body – a collection of selected works from 2015-2021 – artist Tine Isachsen combines raw edge with tactile sensibility. We sat down with Tine to discuss her new book, and what inspires her artistic tone of voice.

Erotic Fairytales

The book "Syndige folkeeventyr" presents 36 erotic folktales that were collected and transcribed by Asbjørnsen and Moe and several of these tales have never been previously published. The book features stories gathered from regions all across Norway, and each tale is illustrated by a different artist, resulting in a dynamic and unique collection. The inclusion of contemporary artistic voices has transformed this book into far more than a simple anthology of folktales.

Illustration for the fairytale "Brudenuggen"

Brenda Magazine

Feature and interview and with  Brenda Magazine for issue 6 MEMOIR 2020


Illustrations for Bøygen, an academic journal associated with literary studies at the University of Oslo.

Bøygen is published with support the literature program at the Faculty of Humanities at UiO, the Norwegian Cultural Fund and Fritt Ord.

Cover illustration for Bøygen #2 Philosophy

The Kunst Magazine

Feature for The Kunst Magzine 2017

KUNST was founded by NY fashion photographer Erika Astrid. It was born out of a need for an artist platform that is less about designers/brands and more focused on artists and creators.

Illustrations Rosemarys Baby  1968

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