We are not an island (2015)
Who has decided that it's best to be on your own?
"We are not an island" is about a group of strongly united people and questioning the modern society's views on independence.
By weaving together essay and poetry in experimental typography new stories take form and illustrates the relationship between the
main characters. The intricate folding also allows the reader to weave together the stories in new ways and show the complexity in people and relationships.
In this cooperative every participant writes a story and passes it on to another – for it to be retold in pictures. The project explores the possibilities for co-creation, and to find new way to narrate with images and words. The method aims to create new forms of storytelling and new stories.
An experiment in the form of a graphic novel anthology created with with Elisabeth Ericson, My Eklund, Malva Fürst and Ulrika Netzler. Extracts from number 2 and 3, with texts by Sissela Jensen and Miriam Ivanoff.
Midnight Snack (2016)
A story about being afraid of the dark. It describes how everyday life manages to find its way back even when you have lost a loved one – and how the mundane, ordinary little details are the ones you miss the most.
Design and illustration for artistic research project – where the design and material choices reflects the dialogue between the artist and the material collected from archives.
"Growing up in a working-class family in a middle-class Stockholm neighbourhood during the early nineties as one of very few children of colour was living the in between. [...] I was asked to read poems to the class “in my language”. I did. I never understood what I read. Because the most important thing about honouring my culture was to make sure I knew I was not like them."
A short story about the Betweenship. Part of the exhibition Brown Island in the White Sea 2017
Always together (2016)
Picture book illustration for Nära Förlag.
Book cover design for the novel by Sandra Beijer.
Various surface patterns.
I have thought of everything (2016)
BFA degree project, Konstfack university college of arts, craft and design.
By owning our language and being confident in how we communicate we create our identity. But are all forms of communication equal? This work examines and exposes the feeling of being limited by your verbal ability.
By using visual storytelling I want to share my experiences on what it can be like to be perceived as quiet and how obstructive it can be. Not wanting to talk does not mean that one has nothing to say.
Picturebook based on a text by (c)Barbro Lindgren. Schoolwork.
Selected editorial work.