Introducing the Rotidragon: In case you missed this post, basically I was supposed to be working on a rotifer illustration but I had this epic movie type music on and a dragon came out on the screen instead. Sometimes the soil illustrations feel a bit monotonous, and a little too down to earth (literally), so I occasionally … Continue reading Rotifer Dragon
I have exciting news! My first two soil life illustrations have just been printed in a very cool Norwegian garden book called "Hageboka" written by Morten Bragdø. This is a big milestone for me as an artist and I'm super excited! The illustrations are featured in a section that introduces the soil ecosystem, which most gardeners … Continue reading Published!!
Sometimes it seems like evolution has a sense of humour. Can you imagine a creature with wheels on its face, or anywhere for that matter? The Rotifer doesn't actually have wheels on its face. There is a reason animals don't have wheels, in case you were wondering. Basically, it has to do with the way evolution … Continue reading The animal with two wheels on its face
Finally! I've managed to get my head back into art after far too long out of it. Impossible working conditions in the apartment and then the big move have stood in the way for most of this year, but now I have an amazing new studio with a wood stove, no distractions, and a gorgeous … Continue reading Pyrography and Dragons