Norwegian russ on their way to the Tryvann-festival in Oslo, 2016.
His handshake is the first proof of the natural strength he possesses. In Denmark he has been called 'the watt-monster' and 'the Faroe muscle bundle' for his records as an indoor rower. As a teenager Sverri Sandberg Nielsen rowed in a heavy wooden boat with five other boys on the Faroe fjords. Today he rows alone on the Bagsværd sea and is one of the most promising Danish rowers.
Teens in court 1/2: More and more teens gets a penalty for sharing nude pictures and sex videos via social media. At the age of 17, "Jørgen" took a picture of two teenagers having sex at a party, and shared it on SnapChat. He thought as "everyone else"; that it was all fun and games.
Teens in court 2/2: More and more teens gets a penalty for sharing nude pictures and sex videos via social media. When "Sara" was younger, she got raped at a party. Someone took pictures of it, and spread it. And then she was labeled a "whore". She was too afraid to press charges then, but today she is taking the case to court.
Not a boy, not a girl: Hayden Myrbostad believes that the schools needs to get better at talking about gender identity. The 14-year-old is one of six youngsters who has made a report about child rights violations in Norway, called "Kidza har rett".
Non-binary, transgender, gay, gender-flowing, pansexual. It's easy to get lost in the definitions in search of your own gender identity.
– Why is the label so important?" Hayden asks. "You are the one you are."
The Bourgeois Burden 1/2: The artists Bjarne Melgaard and Sverre Bjertnes came together to do an exhibition in which they paint on top of each others work. Just like in their work, the two morph into one.
The Bourgeois Burden 2/2: The artists Bjarne Melgaard and Sverre Bjertnes came together to do an exhibition in which they paint on top of each others work. Just like in their work, the two morph into one.
Club-opening at Chateau Motel in Copenhagen.
Matias Faldbakken for Dagbladet Information.
Late night dive at Amager beach in Copenhagen.
»The suspense was always interrupted by commercials when you watched movies and TV-series on the TV – it was so annoying. You always had to change between channels to find something that you wanted to watch. When you stream; you can watch exactly what you want, whenever you want to«, says Master Kevin Gichuhi Jessen, 29 years old.
Marco (3) knocked his head. But then got a a very special Batman-band-aid.
Syrian author Samar Yazbek
Vet soothing her dog before a blood transfusion.
Danish actress Sidse Babett Knudsen.
Danish Industry director Karsten Dybvad.
Danish journalist Layal Freije.
The danish "Don't give a fox" skater crew.