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Passion

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I made these cute whimsical illustrations for the last issue of Mindful magazine. I had the pleasure to illustrate an article by  about passion. From Mindful magazine sneak peek: [passion] can pull us onto the right path and show us what we really need, but first we have to lay the ground for passion to grow.

Art Director: Jessica von Handorf

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Innocent Sorcerers

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This project is my tribute to one of the greatest European film directors Andrzej Wajda who passed away in October 2016 in age of 90. I created four illustrations inspired by one of Andrzej Wajda’s early movies “Niewinni czarodzieje” (Innocent Sorcerers) from 1960 and the famous Polish School of Posters.

The movie tells a story about a young man (Bazyli) and woman (Pelagia) who without knowing each other spent the whole night together over long conversations and silly games. Both of them try playing being not serious, rather flirty and playful however after a few hours they are deeply fascinated by each other. Both Bazyli and Pelagia thought keep up appearances and may lose the chance for true love.

Innocent Sorcerers is one of the early Andrzej Wajda’s films. Wajda invited to this project not only the most talented young Polish actors by that time, but also his close friends, ex. Roman Polański and two great Polish jazz composers Krzysztof Komeda and Andrzej Trzaskowski.

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Everything is possible

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I am so happy to announce that this month in Sweden has been published the book Allt är möjligt (Everything is possible) illustrated by me. The author of the book is Azusa Itagaki, my good friend, artist and a wonderful yoga teacher. The idea for this book was Azusa’s beautiful project that she has been working on in Stockholm for about two years. Sagoyoga, the name of the project, is a workshop where kids yoga meets Japanese traditional story telling. Allt är möjligt is a wonderful journey for both parents and children where they activate not only their bodies but also their minds and imagination. The book has been published by Vombat Förlag and it’s available in Swedish here or here.

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en vogue

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Sometimes it’s good to go back to old inspirations. One can never have too much of lips, eyes and fashion.

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personal project

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Personal project inspired by a story about first love relationships, first breakups and moving into adulthood.

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think pink!

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month so I made this gif to remind girls & women about regular breast self examinations. Think pink for the whole year, not only in October though!

beyond meditation

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Illustration for an article by Diana Winston published in Mindful magazine. The article says about how to stay mindful beyond meditation, especially during everyday conversations with other people.

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for Sylvy

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An another personal project: I made these three illustrations as a big thank you gift for Sylvy Earl, a very talented milliner, who made a beautiful fedora hat for me. The illustrations will be printed and hanged in Sylvy's studio in Adelaide. I feel honored!

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The supergirl

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My very good friend Lena saw this gif I had created two years ago and asked me if I could turn it into a more personalised poster. As you can see the main inspiration was the fictional superhero Wonder Woman and 70s graphic design & aesthetic. The quote on the bottom comes from HBO TV series Vinyl.

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retro slurp

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