These past months I’ve been writing on my illustrated books and also started up podcasting, but I can not stay away from sketching in my sketchbook.
Here are a few images from my sketchbook.
Have you found something that you stashed away inside only to dig it up again? Because burying it wasn’t a good idea in the first place? Or maybe it just keeps bobbing up no matter what you do so you might as well carry it as a black pearl on your necklace.
W is for Werewolf
#Aprilfae is the hashtag for April created by Liselotte Eriksson and Naomi Nowak, with a word for each day of the month with a fairy-theme. This day was “Moon” and if you wish to see more of my fairy drawings you can see them on my Instagram
The room is dark and I am no longer what I used to be. I’m brighter, more dangerous, more clear even though I’m less visible.
Since loosing the cord to my camera I finally managed to sort that out so from here on I’ll snap decent photos of my work in progress. But this is the last “phone-photo” batch haha
Anyway, I’ve been working with City of Girls and Creatures inspired by my original drawing City of Girls (below)
I still have a lot go go on this large beast of a painting (acrylic on canvas) but it’s a lot of fun!
Reapplying a lot of lineart at the moment, old photo of my progress for a better sense of the scale of the art. And yes. That is what I dress like hah
I’ve been falling a bit behind with updating my website. This early Spring I started up my podcast The Slowbrow Show.
The Slowbrow Show explore the lowbrow artist world focusing mainly on female artists, artist parents, and various life changes clashing with the fresh coolness of artlife.
I also hand out useful techniques for various styles and helpful advice from inspiring artists and curators. A podcast for artists who find themselves looking for inspiration and who are not usually represented on the art scene.
You find it (for free) on iTunes
and (for free) on Anchor
I’ve recorded two interviews so far, my first interview feature the amazing pop realist painter Linnea Strid, and my second interview is with the wonderful Eric Nakamura, founder of Giant Robot and GR2 gallery.
Welcome! I hope you will like it!