Acrylic sketchbook sketches from winter 2019′ playing around with colors and composition.
Workshop for the youngsters In the summer of 2019 I had the fun opportunity of hosting a workshop for the young generation between 8-15 years of age at Softworld in Copenhagen and Aarhus.
In 2018′ I was invited by CPH:PIX to participate in cinema of the senses, where kids and their parents would experience a tale which was drawn live, accompanied by various effects such as edibles, sound effects and sensory stimulation.
Grands Vin contacted me with an idea for a transparent label reflecting the vibrance, roots and appeal of this fresh fruit-wine based on blackcurrant.
Painted entirely with brushes, this 15 meter mural was my biggest mural to date. The piece consists of the different Italian and Polish workers I got to meet while working by the plant.
I filled out my sketchbook with random water color sketches consisting of every day items, animals, people and fun experimenting with different compositions and color.
The publisher Multivers contacted me when they wanted to re- publish the classic “The Posthumous Memoirs of Bras Cubas” in Danish with a new translation. I went for a jovial skull portrait of the dead Machado de Assis speaking from the grave.
Whilst visiting New York in fall of ’19 I got a chance to paint an indoor mural for a guy in Queens who liked bright colors, abstract art and the work of Kandinsky and the like.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs reached out for help facilitating a workshop regarding the challenges of climate change, how to address these and get people involved.
In summer ’19 I made a5-a3 paintings in acrylic, goauche and water color. The themes revolved around animals, compositions and people.