Christian Møller Andersen is a creative director, designer, and photographer based in Copenhagen. Working within the realms of design and fashion, his unique understanding of visual culture has become a valued resource for international clients and collaborators. In developing, producing, and executing original concepts and campaigns, his work polishes his clients’ visual communication and strengthens their artistic output.
With a thoughtful and editorially-driven approach to design, Christian’s work can best be defined by an elegant and refined aesthetic that crosses artistic disciplines. From art direction to creative consulting to photography and graphic design, his clients and collaborators include international brands, cultural institutions, and individuals working within the broader field of design, fashion, and architecture.
After starting his career as a designer at Norm Architects, Christian was appointed art director of Kinfolk in 2018—a position he still holds today. At Kinfolk, he’s in charge of the creative direction of the printed magazine, while also producing editorial-based client projects for international brands such as Issey Miyake, Bang & Olufsen, Hermès, and Totokaelo to name a few. He’s also helped art direct and produce several internationally acclaimed books, namely The Reinvention of Forms by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen (2021), The Touch — Spaces Designed for the Senses (2019), Here for the Ride by Andre D. Wagner (2017) and The History of Colette Paris (2015). In 2020, Christian founded his own design practice, which he operates from his studio in the heart of Copenhagen.