It is May 2021 and the Covid 19 pandemic is ongoing. My dear friend Talita is a doctor in Brazil, working in what she describes as a genocide. This watercolour is my tribute to her and all the other health workers all over the world who are doing more than is humanly possible, every single […]
April 2021. AS the pandemic drags on, my studio has become even more important. Here are some works in progress.
This autumn I am organising a Land Art project with Sorgenfriskolan in Malmö. Working with ages 6-10, I’ll be helping the pupils (and teachers) to create in nature. Our first “canvas” will be the beech forest at Torup, about 12km from the city of Malmö. It is not just an opportunity to make art in […]
I have recently started collaborating with the wonderful Fanzineverkstaden, run by the hardest-working comic artists I know – Kinga Dukja and Mattias Elftorp. It is a new space in Malmö where “ordinary, creative people” can try out and develop a range of activities connected to the field of comics. Fanzineverkstaden is especially relevant for young comic […]
Go on and do your work. Do it well. It is all you can do.
Ursula K. Le Guin
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.
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
December 2017 Well this is exciting – a Killer Jellyfish comic, published in the journal ephemera. Strange yet happy bedfellows?