A guide to Stockholm’s nature

A guide to Stockholm’s nature

Holding the product of your efforts in your hand is always a nice feeling, especially when the project in question has taken up a big chunk of your time over the span of several months. And if it happens to be something that you are really passionate about, then it ... Read More
Nominated for Publishing Prize 2018

Nominated for Publishing Prize 2018

Very humbled and proud that mine and Lena Arro’s book Från Döda fallet till Ales stenar has been nominated for Publishing Prize 2018 in the category ‘Non-fiction Books for Children and Young Adults’. Big thank you to publisher Opal for submitting the book and for involving me in this exciting project. Here’s all ... Read More
How I create: Cape Horn map

How I create: Cape Horn map

This map was commissioned by Cape Horn, an outdoor clothing brand from Italy, to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the discovery of Cape Horn, on January 29th 1616, by the Dutch merchant ship ‘Eendracht’, which sailed by Cape Horn, the southern-most point of South America, thus opening the important trade ... Read More
Sven’s Retreat – a story in a map

Sven’s Retreat – a story in a map

I did another map exercise, once more inspired by Swedish nature. This time I thought of adding a background story for the map (just scroll to the end or click here), and I have to say I really enjoyed the process of coming up with written words to try and make sense ... Read More
Map exercise: Trehörningen

Map exercise: Trehörningen

I did a little exercise map. It is inspired by one of my favourite spots in the forest near where I live, just out of Stockholm, Sweden. The lake is called Trehörningen and it has a very cozy wind shelter by the shore. In the area you can find lots of ... Read More