The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.”
— Kristian Grove Møller aka. Kriss Créol is a Danish award-winning multidisciplinary designer & creative, born in paradise on the island of Mauritius, raised in the cold north in the city of Copenhagen, Denmark, and currently living and working in warm sunny Los Angeles, California. Kristian has over 15 years experience building brands and helping companies fuse technology, art, entertainment, and fashion to create a mark in culture. Kristian kicked off his career making groundbreaking work for Nike at Framfab in Copenhagen. Later joining Sid Lee in Montréal and helping build and shape their Amsterdam office, he was the lead creative on several star-studded global adidas Originals campaigns. Moving to LA in 2011, Kristian helped make KIA North America’s fastest growing car company at David&Goliath, before joining the blacksheep at BBH LA as Creative Director working with the Google brand to launch and market their entertainment property Google Play. Currently Kristian is a Creative Director at 72andSunny managing teams and overseeing the creative output for clients like Google, Adobe and adidas. Through the years he had the privilege of working with several other amazing brands like H&M, Beats by Dre, Ikea, Carlsberg, Audi and Mercedes, just to name a few. Together with his brother Mads, Kristian runs Créol Brothers, where he balances his day job with personal projects ranging from art to fashion. With ever-evolving and disruptive shifts in culture, behavior, lifestyle, technology, and commerce, Kristian is always on the quest to learn, unlearn and relearn in attempt to further his knowledge of the craft and stay one step ahead of the curve. Want to see some work or just chat? Reach out below.