About this blog
This blog examines the areas I am interested in – from comics to degrowth to flora and fauna and everything in between. This is where I write about ongoing projects, present drafts of comics and look closer at issues in the world that I find meaningful.
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Paradigm shift is a big, fat pain in the arse
After a break of a couple of years, it is great to be back at Copenhagen Zine Fest! It is a one-day DIY festival that celebrates zines, small-press and art books, and will again take place at Ungdomshuset in Copenhagen. I’ll be there, sharing a table with Saskia Gullstrand. Admission is free and doors open […]
There's no excuse for causing our own extinction.
Dr. Sylvia Earle
Cross-stitch created by Malmö Craftivists for the Degrowth conference in Malmö 2018
I myself have never been able to find out precisely what feminism is: I only know that people call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat.
The 6th International Degrowth Conference will take place on 21-25 August 2018 in Malmö, Sweden. Gerillaslöjd (Craftivists) Malmö are making bunting to decorate the park show participants the venues. Here’s the first set.
To create means to connect. It is to abolish the gap between the body, the mind, and the soul, between science and art, between fiction and non-fiction.
Nawal El Saadawi
Not long now. On Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th March, 2018, it’s time for Seriefest again! It is a great DIY comic festival where all kinds of folks sell their comics and other visual materials. I’ll be there with the Killer Jellyfish. You can read my interview here (in Swedish). Don’t miss the fun!
If we want things to stay as they are, things will have to change.
Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa
A great little boogie with the Mother Goddess in all her forms. Why not believe in Her? Directed animated etc. by Nina Paley Music: “You Gotta Believe” (Norman Whitfield) sung by the Pointer Sisters, circa 1976
She believed she could, so she did
R. S. Grey