Wednesday, 28 August 2013
This coming Saturday I will be taking part in Anorak Magazine's Summer Fête, come to Dalston Square and join us!
There will be;
Rob Flowers' Head in the Hole art
Tane Williams' Pin the Beard game
Katey Harvey's Hop Hop Hopscotch
Manuel Grinon Montes Finish that Happy Scene Live Drawing
Grace Easton's Colouring Wall
Åsa Wikman's Doodle Floor - grab a pen and join in!
Orson's Make me a Totem workshop
Boys & Girls Monster Mask Workshop
The Poetry Take-Away's Rhymes on Demand
Carousel's Teddy Bear Picnic at the delightfully peaceful Dalston Eastern Curve Garden.
Anorak's Make Me Something Station with Ladybird Plates making, Driftwood painting, Spoon Pals making, Paper Pizza decorating, Monsters drawing and more!
Delicious Food by Route Cafe.
Nearest tube station is Dalston Junction, hope to see you there!
Tuesday, 13 August 2013
Monday, 12 August 2013
I am still in summer mode and is not very happy about being back in town and miss being close to nature so soon as I get the chance I will jump on the train and escape to the closest forest, beach, bay, lake, pond. Here are some more photos from last Sundays escape to Richmond Park.
Peace and Quiet, green parrots (yes, we have flocks of them living here in London, I will show you if I ever manage to get them in a photo), endless fields and lot's of red deers and great company.
A very nice Sunday well spent.
Tuesday, 6 August 2013
Adam Curtis documentaries are something everyone should have a look at so I thought that I should share my two favourites; "The Century of Self" and "The Trap - What Happened to Our Dream of Freedom".
Watch Them. It is an order.
Monday, 5 August 2013
Had some visitors, two male hedgehogs fighting about my mom's little garden and a tiny one as well that ran and took cover in the bushes as soon as I tried to sneak up with my camera. How amazing are these little creatures?
PS The Swedish word for hedgehog is igelkott - how nice is that?
I really miss Sweden and Swedish summer, summers in a big city is not for me.
Thursday, 1 August 2013
I will end my picture series from Nåttarö there and with a picture of the last thing you see from the pier when you leave the island, the island's Pub, Nåttarö krog;
I am very happy and excited today as I am taking part in The Wallery's new summer collection with my brand new mural Woodland, hope you like it!
Woodland is printed on FSC graded paper and can be ordered in sizes from 279 x 272 cm up to 400 x 300cm over here.