Beata Boucht and Clara Terne in the exhibition What´s up North?Friday, May 10, 2013
The exhibition What´s up North? opened at Form/Design center last weekend as a part of the Malmö Art Biennale.
The exhibition investigates Nordic contemporay illustration and Beata Boucht and Clara Terne were invited to represent Sweden.
Karin Rönmarks and female explorersFriday, May 10, 2013
History is filled with female explorers that are seldom talked about. Karin Rönmark is currently working on a project that elucidates the forgotten heroes, here is a sneak peak.
Emma Löfström for KupéFriday, May 10, 2013
Emma Löfström has illustrated for the Swedish Railways magazine Kupé. For an article about the inefficiency of multitasking.
Beata Boucht for plantagenFriday, May 10, 2013
Beata Boucht illustrated plants and things for the garden for Plantagen.
Valero Doval for ArbetsförmedlingenFriday, May 10, 2013
The Swedish employment office, Arbetsförmedlingen, commissioned Valero Doval for a campaign
aimed at youngsters.
Malin Koort for MetroFriday, May 10, 2013
Malin Koort was asked to illustrate our future TV behaviour, where we mix and choose from lots of
different media platforms to satisfy our needs. It is reffered to as snacking so Malin built a shelf of
TV snacks in paper.
Karin Rönmark for Autumn in Scandinavia, Spring in AgronomíaThursday, April 18, 2013
Karin Rönmark has been invited to the Argentinian book project Autumn in Scandinavia, Spring in Agronomía. Here is her contribution.
Claire Scully for L’officielMonday, April 15, 2013
Claire Scully illustrated a ten page feature for the Italian fashion magazine L’officiel and its cruelty issue.
Jonna Fransson for this year´s Way out WestMonday, April 15, 2013
Jonna Fransson has been commissioned to do the illustrations for this year’s Way out West, on the theme of jelly fish. Way out West is a music festival that takes place in the middle of Gothenburg in the beginning of August. See the line up here.
Beata Boucht for the New YorkerMonday, April 15, 2013
The New Yorker commissioned Beata Boucht to illustrate for their section This week in Fiction and
the review of Valentine, a novel by Tessa Hadley.