I’m a Swedish graphic designer, illustrator and student currently attending my third year at Konstfack University College of Arts, Crafts and Design in Stockholm.
I will be graduating from the Bachelor’s programme in graphic design and illustration in the spring of 2016.
'Multiverse' is magazine concept created during a course in editorial design. Multiverse covers the "speculative and spectacular" in literature, film and games; in other words what we traditionally call 'science fiction'. The main focus of the magazine is on highlighting sci-fi works often marginalized or missed, and presenting critical views on works which commonly dominate the science fiction mainstream.
Cover illustrations by Tor Weibull (Issue 1: Ideology), William Andersson (Issue 2: Communication) and Amanda Berglund (Issue 3: Food).
Rainy Days is an illustration zine created in collaboration with Amanda Berglund. The zine features our own as well as five invited illustrators' interpretations of 'a rainy day'. The invited illustrators are Petter Almgren, Mika Nilsson, Jack Rhodin, Unni Toivola, and Tor Weibull.
The zine was risograph printed at Peow! Studio and produced in an edition of 50.
A poster for the sixth Interplay session at Berwaldhallen in Stockholm. This session featured a lecture on the 14 billion year long history of our universe held by astronomer Meghan Gray, followed by Haydn's oratorio 'The Creation' performed by the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and conducted by Daniel Harding.
'Swensk' is a fictional souvenir shop run by Konstfack University. The shop sells souvenirs, created by the students, questioning and discussing the idea of 'swedishness'. Created as part of my application to Konstfack.
A cookbook containing ten unnamed and unillustrated recipes. Each recipe has one out of ten different kinds of legumes (beans, peas and lentils) as its core ingredient. The absence of recipe names and illustrations is to avoid any expectations and to instead focus on the wide variety and versatility of legumes.