Portrait picture of Julia Krantz

ABOUT ME

I’m a designer and artist living and working in Stockholm, Sweden. My experience bridges avant garde fashion and interactive technologies. Influenced by video games, fictional characters and alternate realities I seek new perspectives on fashion and the human body.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Blowupguild (FR), 2019
“Futur”, (FR), magazine/book,
2019
Women of Wearables, 2018
Habit, (SWE), 2018
LVL3 (US) 2017 Futur404 (FR) 2017
Dagens Industri (SWE), 2017
Plaza woman (SWE), 2016
VOGUE (NL) 2015
ELLE (SWE), 2015
Tidskriften RUM (SWE),  2012
Numéro (CN), 2011
Plaza Magazine (SWE), 2010, 2011
Dezeen, 2010, 2011

Swedish Radio, Studio Ett, 2011
Swedish Radio, P4, 2011
Sang Bleu, 2011 Trendland, 2011
Lancia Trendvisions
, 2011
Personae (NO), 2010
FORM (SWE), 2010
“The Complete Fashion Sketchbook”, Martin Dawber, ISBN 1849941149
“Fashion Futures”, Bradley Quinn, ISBN 1858945631

CONTACT

info@juliakrantz.com

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SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS AND EXHIBITIONS

“Body control”, (exhibiting designer), Museum Arnhem, The Netherlands, 2019/20
“Fashion and games”,
 (speaker) H&M Global 3D Forum, Stockholm, 2019
“Making your mark”, (panellist) COS & Riposte Magazine, COS Stockholm, 2019 “The future of materials”, (panellist) Swedish Design Awards Design-S, Kulturhuset
“The future of fashion and 3D”, DigiMode, Borås Science Park, 2018
“What does fashion have to do with 3D, gaming, and robotics?” HDK (School of Design and Crafts, Gothenburg), 2017&2018
“How Volumental is disrupting how footwear is manufactured and sold” Digitizing Fashion network, Stockholm, 2016&2018
“Fashion talks”, (panellist) Fashion Week Stockholm, 2015
“The future of Fashion”, (exhibiting designer), Musum Boijman van Beuningen, 2014/15
“Combining art, creativity and technology”,
GeekGirl+, 2014

HONORS & AWARDS

Swedish Art Grants Committee, 1-year working grant, 2013 Gothenburg culture award, 2012 Kerstin Lind-Pafumi August Ringnér Otto och Charlotte Mannheimer Willinska stiftelsen Kjellbergska stiftelsen Estrid Ericsson