Continuing my tour of Nordic comic festivals, I took the train from Malmö, over the always impressive Øresund Bridge (perhaps familiar to viewers of The Bridge) to attend Copenhagen Comics, a biennial comic fest. Their website and programmes are, bizarrely when so much else is translated into English in the Nordic countries, only available in […]
I visited Copenhagen with my friend Rebecca on Saturday. We did our usual mix of art, walking, chat and food, this time with the added fun of a canal boat tour (where a bunch of very rowdy Dutch guys confirmed that everyone can be a loud, annoying tourist, no matter where you are from). This […]
On Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th March 2015, it was time for the jellyfish to hit the town again. Which they did, in their own inimitable style. The fanzine festival was a lot of fun, and since it was held in main library of Malmö, a lot of people came by. I took the opportunity […]
Hi everyone. On Sat. 28 (11am-5pm) and Sun 29 (11am-3pm) myself and 40 other fanzine makers will be selling our wares in Malmö main library at Malmö Fanzine Festival. Hope to see you there. Check out my portfolio to see more of my comics.
Well here’s a bit of exciting news – Renate Comics in Berlin is selling Killer Jellyfish Do Denmark. So if you are near Tucholsky Straße in Berlin, feel free to drop by and check out not only the great comics on sale but their fantastic comic library.
I will be sharing a table at the comics fair at the Altcom festival on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 November in Folkets Park in Malmö (Brändan + tent) with Mats Källblad, Alexandra Stojiljkovic Hansen and Charlotta Lindqvist. We are there from 1pm to 7pm. The comics fair is the heart of the festival. […]
On a sunny 11th October I made my way to Ungdomshuset (Young People’s House) in Copenhagen for the very first fanzine festival in Copenhagen. My partners-in-crime were comic artists Alexandra Hansen and Charlotta Lindqvist. We presented an anthology of short comics of our own work and that of classmates from “Comics and Visual Narrative” at […]