My life in Copenhagen

Arriva Love seats kærlighedssæder 350S

Everyday I look at my blog, and I question my self why I don´t update more often. Then I ask my self: “what is there to post and share”? My reflections about the use of this blog is pretty interesting for me. It turns out that my blog have been used mainly to tell about travels, and thereby show pictures from different corners of the world and episodes that I have been in. I would like to keep that stile, be course that was the reason for starting this blog in the first place. What will happen is that I from now on also start to share what I work with here in Copenhagen. Being an educated kaospilot, 25 years old and running my own agency with 3 friends, Kadaver, and helping the NGO Masanga to develop, I do experience some interesting things here in Copenhagen. I just dont find myself taking photos of Copenhagen every day, the same way as when I travel… So maybe the future updates will contain less photos… I hope not, but know you know..


Let me start by sharing what we have been working with lately. Kadaver is sharing office with an other company named Bybird. Together we started to work with Arriva, the bus company. The Task was to further develop the campaign “Bedre Bustur” that started last year. We have develop a lot of different initiatives that served to create a better buss ride for the people in Copenhagen. Further more we should create attention around the buss driver, and support him. Some of the initiatives had a bigger impact than others, and one of the things that the World Press really liked was the “Love seats”. 250 love seats was implemented in the busses, and people now had the possibility to flirt with each other. It was interesting to see how the newspappers and newsbloggers talked about it.See the articles in Politiken, Metro, BBC radio, DR, Bornholms nyheder etc… and read more about it at Kadaver´s Blog
Arriva Love seats kærlighedssæder 350S
I took this photo in 350S on my way to the Kadaver Office. Love seats in action….

Last week we executed the very last part of the campaign; A birthday celebration of an unknowing buss driver. We created it based on a flashmob with surprising elements. The result was a video that in less than 24 hours created more than 5000 clicks on YouTube.
See the video here and let me know what you think about it.


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