Paper dolls - Ingemar Johansson (1932–2009)

Ingemar "Ingo" Johansson was a Swedish professional boxer who competed from 1952 to 1963. He stunned the boxing world by knocking out Floyd Patterson to win the world heavyweight title in 1959.

Paper dolls of Swedish athletes for The National Sports Museum of Sweden/ Riksidrottsmuseet.

Paper dolls - Gustaf V (1858-1950)

”King Gustaf V of Sweden was a devoted tennis player, appearing under the pseudonym Mr G. As a player and promoter of the sport, he was elected into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1980.”

Paper dolls of Swedish athletes for The National Sports Museum of Sweden/ Riksidrottsmuseet.

Paper dolls - Maj Jacobsson (1909–1996)

“Maj Jacobsson was a Swedish athlete who won the 80 m hurdles event at the 1930 Women's World Games. She won eight domestic titles in 1929–1930, in the 80 m, 80 m hurdles, 200 m, long jump and standing long jump. Maj Jacobsson was also a successful bandy player.”

Paper dolls of Swedish athletes for The National Sports Museum of Sweden/ Riksidrottsmuseet.

Historiskan

My portrait of the Soviet partisan Zoja Kosmodemjanskaja in the latest issue of Historiskan, Sweden’s first women’s history magazine.
 

Work in progress ✍️ 

Sketches for the magazine Historiskan, Sweden´s first women´s history magazine.

Första Dansen

New illustrations for the fourth book about Emma by Ann-Charlotte Ekensten -“Första dansen“. The book is written for young adults with intellectual disabilities. Published by Vilja Förlag. 

 

Euroskills

More hand painted banners for the event Euroskills held at the Swedish Exhibition Centre on 1-3 December.

Details

Details from a new project for Sätt färg på Göteborg and Euroskills.

STIB

New illustration for STIB, the Swedish scaffolding association.