Artist Member since 2007
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Asbjorn Lonvig Biography


The World of Art Award (WAA) London, UK. Is granted to artists, galleries and museums that are pursuing "best practices" in art and culture. This competition seeks to attract artists, galleries, museums who are redefining standards of art excellence challenging existing trends and tendencies in art and culture - World of Art Magazine.

Juxtaposition 2006 Winners Exposition Rome, Italy. By ArtRom Gallery Guild - International Society of Artists and Designers.

International Graphic Design Award Toronto, Canada. The Award Show is an international awards competition that recognizes outstanding work in the communications field. Entries are judged by industry professionals who look for companies and individuals whose talent exceeds a high standard of excellence and whose work serves as a benchmark for the industry.



If you want to buy copyrights please contact Copy-Dan, Society PICTORIAL ART, Copenhagen, Denmark - - Asbjorn Lonvig's Copy-Dan contract number is 1549.



"Probably the best colorful simplicity artist in the world"

"The art of the Danish painter Asbjorn Lonvig communicates at the first glance euphoria in a rough state. A so intense euphoria that the glance can not move away from the piece of his art", author Alain Joannes, Paris, France says in his new book "Communiquer par l’image".


Who am I?

I’m a Dane.
Denmark is in Scandinavia just on the top of Germany in Europe.
In Denmark we speak Danish, so Danish is a language, too - not only something to eat.
I was born in the first half of the past millennium in the city of Brande.
Brande is known worldwide for its murals. I was very honoured when the commercial council asked me to do a mural in one of the most spectacular places in the centre of the city.
I have done a lot of art works during the last two decades – posters, graphic designs, paintings, sculptures, relief etc.
Before that I was an IBM software specialist.

My artist statement is “Colorful Simplicity in art as in life”.
What I do is colorful simplicity, even when I write.
I try to keep things as simple as possible and I always use bright colors.
Just now I do huge paintings, acrylic on canvas, inspired by travel experiences and more. I do interactive lectures using a fast internet line and a projector.
I write articles on different art topics to different art magazines.
And then I write and illustrate fairy tales to my grandchildren and to the world’s kids.

I live in Lille Fejringhus – my gallery, studio and private dwelling, including office and library.
I’ll invite all of you to visit me.
For a cup of coffee, an interactive lecture shown on a 300 x 225 cm screen and a chat on everything and nothing.



It's about the fact that the art market is predicted to grow 3,5 times because of the Internet.
It's about my decision to stake everything on the internet.
It's about concentrating my efforts on the internet when it comes to sales.
It's about my decision to make new standards and challenge art traditions by making my drafts on a computer and exhibit the drafts.
And insist upon that a computer is nothing but a new tool.
And insist upon that using a computer is as worthy as not doing it!!!


Official Licensed Products of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™

"South African Joy"

2010, Inks on canvas/Archival Inks on cotton, 84 x 59,4 cm (33.1” x 23.4”), edition 210
Click on "South African Joy" below
and download a high resolution image for press coverage.

A South African Art Publisher MMX Art in Cape Town contacted me.
MMX Art alias 2010 International Fine Art is licensed to use the phrase “Official Licensed Products of the 2010 FIFA World Cup™” by FIFA.

5 artists from each of the 32 qualifying countries to 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™
were selected to participate in the 2010 International Fine Art project and form the 2010 International Fine Art Collection.
After signing a contract I got the “Artistic Brief” from 2010 International Fine Art:

“The world is coming home to Africa, the cradle of humankind, the site where the story of our species started.  It is – in essence – the home of all humanity. 
It is also the location for the greatest sporting event in the world – the 2010 FIFA World Cup
TM – the first time in its history that the tournament has been staged in Africa.
The artwork must bring together the elements of this African heritage and fuse it with the energy and excitement of the World Cup, the heights of athletic excellence, the favor of football enthusiasts, and pride of your country’s participation in the tournament.
The original must incorporate at least an element of football in order to celebrate this extraordinary event being brought to African soil.”

The symbolism of  "South African Joy" by Asbjorn Lonvig

The Acacia tree and the Baobab Tree are significant trees in South Africa.
I am looking for my inner eye giraffes eating the leaves of an Acacia tree.

The South African Savannah in the East, the bush and dessert in the West are the domicile of a lot of exotic animals such as Zebras, Flamingos, Elephants, Lions, Penguins, and Giraffes.
To me the most outstanding of them is the Giraffe.
In “South African Joy” symbolized by a giraffe skin.

The sun is important to all of us.
In most of South Africa there is subtropical climate witch has an impact on everything.
On nature as well as on people’s conduct and behavior.

From maps we know the shape of the African Continent.
From the name we can guess where South Africa is, but I did not know exact shape of South Africa on beforehand.

FIFA World Cup stadiums in South Africa are scattered around the country:
The stadiums are in Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg, Bloemfontein, Port Elizabeth, Nelspruit, Polokwane, Rustenburg, and Pretoria.

In a very short time – when the FIFA World Cup has started - the world will recognize the shape and the colors of the Republic of South Africa's flag:
Red symbolizes the struggle for freedom.
Black and White the different peoples of South Africa.
Yellow the country's mineral wealth.
And green and blue symbolize the country’s fertility and its magnificent scenery and wildlife.

Desmond Tutu – you know, the former archbishop who is always talking and always smiling – called South Africa’s people the Rainbow Nation.
That was because of the country's wonderfully diverse, colourful, and utterly unique society.
Furthermore, South Africa’s National Motto is "Unity in Diversity".

I know about an explorer that drew in his car down through the African continent from the Strait of Gibraltar  to South Africa. He told that everywhere kids were playing soccer.To accommodate all the soccer playing children the soccer field is a double field. Double Soccer is the name of the game.There are 4 goals. Two balls in different colors.I have established a Facebook group to form the exact rules. “Help making the Double Soccer rules: As a point of departure I have mentioned a few keywords to the Facebook group members: Fun, fast, exhausting, tactics, strategy, chess, exciting to look at, appealing to electronic medias”.
The imaginative kids of Africa will probably some day amuse themselves by playing double soccer.  You may percept many different run patterns in “South African Joy” – run patterns of players’ movements as you will see them on the stadiums of South Africa. Zigzag, forth and back etc.  Stepping up the stairs – maybe reaching fame.
Some day an African nation might win the FIFA World Cup™.
Sales - the 2010 International Fine Art Collection
The 2010 International Fine Art Collection consists of 160 motifs.
All of them are fore sale – as you might have calculated there are only 210 of each motif.
The art prints are printed on Hahnemühle Museum Etching 350gsm Fine Art paper using pigment based archival inks.
They are sold on a first come first served principle – so, HURRY UP!!!!Please contact:
Asbjorn Lonvig, artist
Lille Fejringhus
43 Fejringhusvej
8722 Hedensted
+45 75890477

If you are a citizen in Germany or South Africa
you must contact the authorized sellers in Germany or South Africa.

Motifs - the 2010 International Fine Art Collection
Click on a thumbnail below and see a larger image and a description.
Till "under construction" below has been removed look at the 2010 International Fine Art Collection web site
- however, still contact: Asbjorn Lonvig.

Noureddine Zekara
Rachid Djemai
Layachi Hamidouche
Tahar Ouamane
Hocine Ziani

Pablo Di Masso
Juan Carlos Stekelman
Horacio Sanchez Fantino
Mirta Kupfer
Mariano Molina

Richard Birmingham
Anthony Lister
Chris Wake
Charles Billich
Aaron Kinnane

Cybele Varela
Gustavo Rosa
Luiz Cavalli
Marcelo Ferreira
Rogério Dias

William Kayo
Florence Béal-Nénakwé
Hervé Momo

Jonna Pedersen
Bjorn Eriksen
Asbjorn Lonvig
Canuto Kallan
Frodo Mikkelsen

Peter Phillips
James Faure Walker
Ed Gray
Belinda Eaton
Blaize Simon

Régis Rigaux
Yann Couedor
Jacques Ridereau
Alexis Peskine

Tanja Maria Ernst
Patrick Lemke
Hella de Santarossa
Albert Münch
Marc C. Woehr
Mores Rabenstern

George Hughes
Kofi Agorsor
Wiz Kudowor
Larry Otoo
Frank Asomani

Giannis Diamandis
Eleni Economo
Vassiliki Anastasiou
Eleni Pechlivani
Dimitrios Loumiotis

Miguel Ruiz Matutte
Santos Arzu Quioto
Wilmer Castro Sandres
Ivan Fiallos
Maury Flores Gomez
Irazema Ríos

Giancarlo Impiglia
Guido Boletti
Lola Scarpitta
Monica Marioni
Andrea Chiesi
Anna Maria Pugliese

Kimi Sakaki
Yoko Kitagawa
Tomoko Seyama
Hiroyuki Matsuda
Tatsuya Matsushita

Byron Galvez
Verónica Ruiz de Velasco
Pedro Friedeberg
Abraham Jiménez
Alejandro Mondria Hiber

Marianne Naerebout
Giovanni Dalessi
Hans van Horck
Arie van Geest
Clemens Briels

Michal Czinege
Igor Cvacho
Erik Sille
Mira Gáberová
Rastislav Sedlacik

South Africa
Esther Mahlangu
Sfiso ka Mkame
Zamani Makhanya
Andrew Verster
Selwyn Pekeur

Pep Guerrero
Sergio Mora
Oscar Seco
Luis Pérez

Paul Goodnight
Marcus Antonius Jansen
James Gemmill
Robert Sturman
James Fiorentino
Burton Morris

Michael Kupka