Vhils and Pixel Pancho


Last night I headed down to the harbor by Alfama in Lisbon to check out the collaboration project by Vhils and Pixel Pancho. I came across three impressive murals and managed to take some photos before it started raining again..
The collaboration project was organized by Under Dogs.

Vhils & Pixel Pancho

Vhils & Pixel Pancho

Pixel Pancho

Lumina Light Festival 2014


This weekend I joined a Meetup-group and took the train out from Lisbon to Cascais for the last day of the three-day Lumina light festival. I didn’t know much about the festival beforehand, and I was blown away at the scale of everything
As you come out of the train staton in Cascais there was a line of blue street lights that led you through this magical journey of light and sound.
The photos doesn’t do the Lumina festival justice as it is impossible to capture the moving images that was displayed on walls in all directions around you, but I hope they will give you an idea of what it was like.

The festival is growing year-by-year so if you have the chance to see it next year I can highly recommend it! Thanks to the Meetup-group I traveled with for the good company, and to the voulenteers and artists for making the festival happen!

The Limina Festival website: http://www.lumina.pt

Hacker News London Meetup


I had a great time at my first Hacker News London Meetup this evening! The talks were varied and on time, and I got to meet some really interesting people!

Big up to the organisers of the event! If you would like to go to the next event check out:
http://www.meetup.com/HNLondon/ or follow the organisers on Twitter: @HNLondon.

If you weren’t able to attend the event the event, videos of the talks will soon be available on their Vimeo channel: http://vimeo.com/hnlondon

You can follow me on Twitter here: @OlavHjertaker

Here are some photos from the Hacker News London Meetup on the 22nd of November 2012:

Rytis Vitkauskas and Viktoras Jucikas – KISS Mobile Commerce:

Sanderson Jones – Start Up Stand Up:

Peteris Erins – Logic Programming:

Chris Heilmann:

Sanderson Jones – Start Up Stand Up:

Avinash Royurru – Designing for mobile:

You can follow me on Twitter here: @OlavHjertaker

Twitter Bootstrap resources


Twitter Bootstrap is a great front-end framework that lets you quickly prototype new web projects.

Here is a list of resources that gives even more power to the Bootstrap framework:





  • Jetstrap.com – interface-building tool for Bootstrap
  • EASEL – Design & build in your browser.
  • Divshot – The Interface Builder for Web Apps
  • Bootstrap Designer – online tool to produce Bootstrap templates



Find more here www.bootstraphero.com

You can find more resources for Twitter Bootstrap over at designshack.net.

Have I missed some good Twitter Bootstrap resources? Let me know: @olavhjertaker





Hi and welcome to my personal blog!

Over the next few decades I will write a few blog posts… stay tuned! I plan to write about projects I’m currently working on, lessons learned from previous projects, and ideas for future projects.

In the meantime you can hear from me through some of my twitter accounts @OlavHjertaker, @AdversMedia, @tvitre. You can also check out some of my websites here: tvitre.no, comedify.com and advers.com.