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Visual Snow

I’ve recently made a video that educates a little about the Visual Snow condition, it is only meant to inform friends, family, etc. and hopefully make them take Visual Snow seriously. The video focuses on the visual aspects of having Visual Snow, but many other symptoms are associated with it and I recommend you educate yourself future if you or someone you know are a Visual Snow sufferer.

I had originally written pages of future explanation regarding the visual aspects in a discussion, but I was naive and didn’t make a backup before some administrators decided to delete the whole thing because of some ignorant members, who decided to run rampant with a religious debate in my thread.

But here is the imagery I created to accompany it. If you are interested in knowing more about Visual Snow, then feel free to hit me up.

The idea of transparency can’t be applied to colours.

Contrasts are what you consciously notice in your Visual Snow. Visual Snow as a condition do not change according to what you see.

Some of all my video work

Rambling: The Hole and Corner Travel Agency – 1 square metre in the city

I used Marina Abramovic’s “The Artist is Present” as reference to back up the concepts of my exam project on Visual HF, but I had actually previously used her for inspiration in a class of arts project on HF called “The Hole and Corner Travel Agency – 1 square metre in the city” where we each got a square in Viborg to make our own and give an audience an experience. Orlanda Andreasen is referred to as teacher.


The Hole and Corner Travel Agency offers city tours of the gaps, cracks and hidden corners of Viborg – into the worlds that are here, but that we don’t always see.

I worked out my piece from the knowledge that the audience would be expecting a performance, or rather, to be entertained with me as the entertainer. The premise is that we have an observer, who has an expectation and sees me as an actor and the square as the scene. The observer is not told what to expect, so the observer should in theory take everything that happens while in the square as part of the experience/performance.

I got to test this on some of my peers and teacher, the first impressions often involved a short conversation between me and the observer, first a greeting, followed by a question, the question were in many variations such as “So what do you do?”, “Is this it?” and “What should I do?”, but all the questions had one thing in common; that the observer’s expectations weren’t met.


Playful and curious, The Hole and Corner Travel Agency tailors tours shaped like  question marks – asking you to encounter the invisible stories within everyday spaces.

Some of the peers were able to fill in the space with what they believed was the performance/experience that I wanted to give them, some even managed to do so without asking a question in the first place. I always finished the performance by asking what they believe the performance was and what they believed I wanted to share.

However, the most interesting cases, to me, were when the observer weren’t able to fill in the space and experienced this lack of performance, or rather, lack of satisfaction, they won’t accept it as a performance, like if they went to a restaurant for dinner and the dish they recieved were much smaller than they anticipated, they wouldn’t accept the dish as a real dinner and they would complain, even though they got exactly what they had ordered. And I believe these cases gave me the best performance, it had conflict, which is universally believed to be one of the driving factors for a good story.


1 SQUARE METRE IN THE CITY: Miniature tours lead by the employees of Hole & Corner.

The specialty of the Hole & Corner Travel Agency, the mini-tours, are unique one-on-one journeys conducted by the employees of the agency.

I got to experience two cases where the observer weren’t satisfied with the performance, one was the teacher and another a peer. The teacher, like many others, questioned it and I answered her questions to the best of my ability, the teacher however never seemed satisfied, she seemed very judging towards me and it felt like she questioned my motives, maybe she though I didn’t want to bother participating in the project, since I did show dissatisfaction with some of her ways of handling the project previously (which still applies to this day), this however was not the case and I would simply have joined the off-team when we had the choice of participating or not. This all resulted in a much more energetic experience with both strong active moments of conversation and long pauses with lots of thinking and processing going on. It was beautiful to both observe and be part of.

The second case was an unsatisfied peer, this, however, wasn’t a regular case, since I did it under other conditions, it was part of an exercise, where an experience should be given to an observer who wouldn’t know what was going on and the performer mustn’t talk. The performance pretty much started the same, as the observer began questioning what was going on, this time however, the observer were never formally informed that there would be an performance. My observer could, however, see other performers and observers do various activities and concluded therefore he was missing out. The questions were much more aggressive and all I could do was use my body-language, which only aggravated the observer future, it should be noted that my relationship with the observer was weak to begin with. As a result of the observers expectations not being met he went to complain about me to the teacher and I were thrown off the project to avoid future drama.


Hand-picked by Ms. Andreasen and trained in the arts of transportation, the employees of Hole & Corner Travel Agency zoom-in on small spaces to create short, shared experiences in which microcosm become macrocosm.


The curious visitors of Viborg did not get to experience my performance. I participated in Orlanda Andreasen’s Travelling Light performance and met her shortly after, where I gave my critic of that particular performance. She seemed to bear no grudge and took everything in good spirit.

Classical Romance Departure

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Visuel HF Final Project


My final project on the Visuel HF education was very chaotic, but also a lot of fun, it was truthfully a journey which involved exploring new grounds and getting new insight and reaching new discoveries.

I’ve attached some design-documents down below including the prints for the cardgame that resulted from my project and was used as a medium to create my artistic piece.


Documents: ahm-eksamen14 Billedkunst Eksamen Spillets_Design_Dokument

Print and play: PrintFile_Black PrintFile_Blue PrintFile_Red PrintFile_White

Photoshop Weekend with Bo Mathorne








Malleus – Shortfilm



Mediefags eksamensprojekt: Malleus.

Af Jonas Ahm, Jonas Bech og Andreas Sommer.

Ekstension: Daglige Skitser

Daglige Skitser

Nu kan mine elskværdige og beundringsværdige harmoniske tegninger blive nydt med (forhåbentlig) nye tegninger DAGLIGT!

Med dette kan jeg give min mor et dejligt smil hver dag, skævt smil, men stadigt et smil. Samtidigt vil det hjælpe mig med at tvinge mig selv igang dagligt (dog har jeg allerede en slacker plan).

Grunden til dette er flyttet til Tumblr istedet er for at give plads på min primære blog til at fremvise større projekter og udvalgte illustrationer. Jeg vil fra tid til anden udvælge mine egne favoritter af de daglige og indsætte dem i et indlæg på hovedbloggen.

Tumblr giver også en let måde at skrive en hurtig kommentar eller spørge mig om noget, det kan gøres under linket til højre på tumblr bloggen “Ask me anything“, brug endeligt denne mulighed til at erklære din kærlighed, komme med forslag og inspiration, spørge mig om bænkebiddere eller bare skrive noget pis for at distrahere mig.

Shaping Digital Characters




Stopprøve 2k

Fra august til december 2012:


–          Potlatch med Andreas Monty. 

Ifølge Andreas Monty, så er Potlatch en ceremoni hvori man forære sit dyrebaresete eje væk. Det var hvad jeg forsøgte med denne illustration.

Potlatch1 Potlatch2 Potlatch3 Potlatch4 Potlatch5–          Klassisk tegning med Iben Lindebjerg. 

Simplificere form og skab dynamik, skabe karakter og selvportæt.

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–          The Pink Panters Røvhul med Søren Taaning og Jes Brinck. 

Vi, ved hjælp af et demokratisk valg, arbejdede ud fra temaet “Frygt” med hensigt om at skabe en fantastisk fest, jeg var selv stor modstander af dette tema, men måtte arbejde ud fra det så godt jeg nu kunne.

Mit eget projekt, der var baseret på en personlig frygt af mine, var ment som et kunstværk der skulle hænge i lokalet, blev ikke til noget, da jeg afbrød projektet, efter at have indset det ikke passede ind i det samlede miljø, der blev skabt i fællesskab. Istedet hjalp jeg overordnet til.

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–          Grafisk produktion med Ari Marteinsson:

Med Ari Marteinsson gik vi igang med et projekt, hvori vi skulle lave nogle illustrationer til et sygehus.

Ud fra en brainstorm fandt vi i grupper med fælles interesser og jeg endte i en gruppe, der tog fokus i ordet “kædereaktion”.

Vi forsøgte os med at kombinere målinger/grafer (som ofte bliver sammensat med et hospital), med frodige landskaber.

Dog blev jeg senere “forglemt” i gruppen og jeg havde ingen indflydelse i slut-produktet.




–          Klassisk tegning med Iben Lindebjerg: 

Fokus på den indre struktur med pelvis og brystkasse i centrum og arbejde med skyggelægning, ved hjælp af at simplificere formen.

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Fra januar til juni 2013:


–          Visuel Storytelling med Ari Marteinsson, Sophie Haack og Tom Kristensen:

Hele tegneserien kan læses her

Opbygningen af en side kan ses her

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–          Klassisk ler undervisning med Danilo: 

Portrættering og relief i ler.

*Billeder kommer senere*

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What is Polyboom?

PolyBoom is the online portfolio of the artist and freelancer Jonas Ahm. Here you’ll find my 3D portfolio containing finished, rendered pieces of my CG characters, creatures and other projects. The showreel contains breakdowns of a few of my projects. Aside from the creative process I put some emphasis to my workflow and how to get the most out of the tools. I also have a Blog where I write in more details about my works and whatever I do in life. And not to forget I use it to write about my research and explorations in the art of: modeling, sculpting, texturing, lighting, rendering and animation. Unless otherwise stated, every piece in this portfolio has been created from scratch by yours truly. I hope you will enjoy your stay at my site and find some useful or inspiring things around here. Drop me a line if you are interested in getting in touch with me, you can find contact information on the Contact page.