Category | Collaborations

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Ta Rygg.

Apan “Ta Rygg” känner sig vilsen och saknar sitt hem, häng på, ta rygg och gör en apa!
Rådhusapan behöver kompisar så deras aptjut hörs ända upp till kommunpolitikerna.
Valfritt material. Hänges med swingavstånd till “Ta Rygg”. Hitta apan på facebook: “Ta Rygg – på Rådhusapan”

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Welcome to my and Johanna’s exhibition

 

This Saturday I and Johanna Forsberg welcome you to the opening of our collaborative exhibition at Roddarhuset gallery, Vaxholm – Stockholm.

 

The opening is from 11 am until 5 pm. You can also visit the exhibition until August 22,  Tue-Sun 11 am – 5 pm.

 

Welcome!

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“skapande skola” school projekt.

 

In this one week long school project, I and three ambitious young artists made a wall painting in the school canteen. My young apprentices were Hussein, Niknaz and Disa.

 On our first day together we came up with a theme and we used Niknaz and Disa as models for the characters in the painting. We wanted our painting to inspire to dreams and ambitions.

A very pleasant week’s work!

Thank you Disa, Niknaz and Karrar (Hussein)!

 

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Moivi in the studio

Last week my friends from the group Moivi, together with Johan Airijoki, visited me in my studio. I have accompanied Moivi on a few gigs, painting live to their kick-ass music. A really nice day in the studio!

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Imagining poetry

One of the projects I’m currently working with is too illustrate a collection of poems by Victor Lindgren. The outcome will be a collaborative traveling exhibition and a book. It’s a interesting projects in many ways because I have to interpret another persons thoughts into something tangible that can support the poems. Now I’m trying to work out a basis so that the imagery/style of the illustrations speak the same language as the poems. Stay tuned for more!

 

Photography: PJ
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Work in progress

This is a collaboration with Johanna Forsberg slowly coming together. More is coming!

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