Thursday, December 25, 2008

Happy Holidays!

How about starting 2009 with a brand new wallpaper for your computer? You can download my illustration "the forrest" (without elf, snow and greeting in swedish) at
With this I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New creative Year!

Thursday, December 18, 2008

turning of leaves

Tomorrow is the last day of the term at school, and this year is soon over. Though I haven't spent as much time at the studio as I would have liked to, I'm so pleased with the processes I have gone through. Projects I have started there, that I don't think I even would have thought of in the studio at home. Summing it up: I've done around 22 self portraits, started my Cellula project, my People I never knew I knew project and last week, the Leaf project (maybe I'll think of another name). Here are the first two. And the latest portrait.

Monday, December 15, 2008

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Monday, December 8, 2008

tattoo and interview

I have been immortalized – behind an ear! Well, not me of course, but one of my drawings; worry bird. I know nothing of what it feels like, I have no tattoos myself, but I'm sure it must have hurt a lot...

There's an interview with me over at Designtavern, if you feel the need to know more about me ;)

Friday, December 5, 2008

the way out (vägen ut)

Third and last piece of art on book covers (I still have a fourth cover, don't know what to do on it yet...).
Exhibited at my solo show at Galleri Hedengrens Trappa in Stockholm in August, blogged here, here and here.
Fine liner, water color and sewing thread.

Thursday, December 4, 2008

the simple and the difficult (det enkla och det svåra)

More art on book covers.
This is the second one. Exhibited at Galleri Hedengrens Trappa in August (blogged here), but forgot to photograph them then.
Fine liner, water color, sewing thread.

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

travels without destiny (resor utan mål)

Art on book covers.
I found a series of books by Swedish author Harry Martinsson. The covers were perfect to draw on. This is the first one of three. I exhibited them at Galleri Hedengrens Trappa (blogged here) in August, but forgot to photograph them then.
Fine liner, water color, sewing thread.