Industrial and vehicle design projects
The Arkham Car by Caresto
During the fall of 2015 Johan Wejedal Design was involved in this extraordinary project by renowned custom car builders Caresto as contributer of design and 3D-modeling of the extreme wheel covers, as well as doing prestentation renderings and drawing underlays for creating the decals that were used in the Gumball 3000 rally 2016. For more information on this project, please visit Caresto homepage.
(Photos from the 2016 Gumball 3000 rally by: Team Galag, Shmee 150, GF Willimas, Tierney Photography, J Cartu and C. Sommerville. The logos are registred trademarks of Team Galag, Gumball 3000 and Caresto).
"Renault Megane RS Trophy" concept renderings.
A client of the private racing team and car tuner FR Autosport was planing of rebuilding a Renault Megane RS a bit more like the Renault Megane Trophy racing car and therefore ordered some concept renderrings of this idea. Pictures on the left show the car before Photoshop.
Electric vehicles in collaboration with ReDian AB and SUVAB/Carvia
From 2011 and onwards, Johan Wejedal Design was involved as designer and illustrator in a series of projects run by ReDian AB. Johan Wejedal Design designed four very different kinds of electric vehicles: The EMPV-project: Electric Multi Purpose Vehicle. This vehicle is currently under development in Sweden. First working prototype was shown in Hannover and V?stervik during the fall of 2016. The truck was launched in 2017 under the name Carvia Pro4. Check it out at Carvia's Facebook page
The MOVE a small city car, the 8-WHEEL AATV an innovative all terrain vehicle and the ARROW, an electric kitcar. The first prototype of this concept had its premiere at Sportbilsdagen in V?stervik 2013-08-18 (se link below the images).
Reference: Hansi Kobes ([email protected])
Below: model of Bride (TM) racing seat, intended for the ARROW sports car. Modeled by me using photos and blueprints found online.
Original seat can be found here: http://bride-racing.synthasite.com/
During 2010 I was involved as industrial designer with responsibility for design, graphics, color and trim etc for a series of baby carriages and strollers. Focus: functionallity, simplicity, safety and great customer freedom in choosing styling and optional accessories within five styling themes.
Reference: Theodore Zannakis ([email protected])
Re-designing the Hasselblad camera
During second half of 2011, I was involved in updating the design on some parts on the Hasselblad camera for a future model. This project is still strictly confidential. However, I made over 30 different design concepts.
3D Class A Surface modelling
Wheels and logos for Opel/Vauxhall
During my time as Digital Scupltor at GM Europe Design in 2007 I worked on these wheels for the 2010 Opel Astra.
I also worked on the modeling of the rear logo.