My new painting Tears in the Arctic tundra is on display at the Festival Gravity in France this weekend.
The festival theme is climate emergency and will show urban artists committed to the climate crisis.
My painting addresses the melting permafrost in the northern hemisphere emitting methane which have been contained for thousands of years. The changes in the Arctic tundra as in northern Sweden changes the circumstances for wildlife, such as the Snowy owl depicted in my painting. Click here to see the painting!
Happy to announce that Signs On the Surface was selected for the Grenoble Street Art Movie Fest in France. October 20-22, 2020. Click here to see the official program.
World Oceans Day
Call on world governments to protect and conserve at least 30% of the world's oceans by 2030!
My mural in Snösätragränd in Stockholm is entitled Blue Desert. It depicts a porpoise stuck in a ghost net and its lower back consists of roots and eelgrass.
Thank you to Artscape and the city Linköping in Sweden for inviting me to paint a mural in central Linköping for the projekt Artscape Form.
Glad to be represented with two murals in the book Street Art Guide Berlin, by Thomas Grötschnig. The book points out locations to Berlins many large murals.
November 9 - December 7, 2019
I participated in the group exhibition Master Pieces at GO Gallery in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
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Was very honoured to be reprecented at Moniker Art Fair by BSMT Space with my lithography triptych,
Migration From The Anthropocene.
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I was very glad to be part of the amazing line up at two group exhibitions in support of Extinction Rebellion at BSMT Space in London. Two exhibitions, Dystopia and Utopia, showed artworks from artists who adresses the climate crisis. The gallery held talks on the topic and the exhibitions co-incided with the October global actions around climate change.
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Super honoured to have participated in the Urban Nation Biennale 2019 in Berlin.
The Biennial had its outpoint in the UN (United Nations) 17 sustainable development goals Agenda 2030.
A commissioned mural for Downtown Camper Hotel in Stockholm. It's located in their new conference space called Roots. Big thanks to Wallery gallery for curating and to Downtown camper Hotel.
Reaching For Water
"Roots reach down into the soil to maintain balance, roots reach down into the soil for water, the source of life".
Now that we see us braking ecosystems, now that we know we can completely destroy our Earth, can we also understand and act to be the protectors of our beautiful Earth? It is our common heart!
Our culture is about domesticating nature, replacing fully functional natural systems with human controlled artificial systems. But that vision has broken our Earth completely. We've broken the climate, our home, the safety and security of every Earthling, we've broken our own heart.
Click here or on the photo, to read more and see more photos of the full mural.
Click the photo to look inside.
I'm very glad and honoured to be represented in this new Frech publication Wastelands - L'art en friches. The book's author, Jon Quille has documented murals that he's found during travels to explore abandoned buildings. Wastelands - L'art en friches, is a unique document that highligts artists who's worked in abandoned buildings and their site specific work in these environments.
A commission I painted for STIM in Stockholm, invited by MFG Studios.
During this summer a new place, Urban Art Hall, is bursting with creativity at the S-bahn endstation Spandau in Berlin. I'm happy to have made a mural there and also a lithography print installation.
During my week stay in Berlin I was invited by Yasha Young to paint a community mural for Urban Nation.
"On March 15, an estimated 1.6 million students protested in over 120 countries" writes Time Magazine
In Stockholm way over 10 000 students protested outside the parliament.
Article by Giulia Blocal
Titled "Loosing Surface" the latest land art intervention by Swedish artist Vegan Flava is a wake-up call. Make it the ultimate one by joining the Global Climate Strike on March 15th.
Article by Camee Jongeneel
Global warming, unfortunately, is getting a bigger and more serious problem every day. We all notice the effects, and it's getting more and more important to not only create awareness but also to fight for our planet.
New piece on Harsasjön/ Lake Harsa
Losing surface, is my new land art piece addressing the loss of ice surface and land surface as well as identity. It's made with chalk, snow, ash and charcoal on the ice of Harsasjön/ Lake Harsa, in Järvsö, Sweden. Click the image to see more pics and read about it.
I was approach by Carmen Line Hust, the founder of
Articulate Magazine, for a feature in the October issue back in 2017. You can read it online, click the cover image.
Footprints in the snow
How we produce food, consume, and the burning of fossil fuels leaves the footprints of collapsed ecosystems, melting the worlds glaciers, dead ocean floors, logged and burned forests, dirty air and waters. Climate change is threatening with irreversible harm to our planet if we continue this way. Lets change our cultures to focus on ensuring the well-being, prosperity and security for everyone!!!
Footprints in the snow, was made with biodegradable black chalk and footprints on the snow covered lake Översjön in Stockholm.
I'm very honored and happy that my my film, While they seek for solutions, was selected 2nd place of top 15 videos on BSA Film Friday from over 240 videos during 2018!
Among videos by Selina Miles, Gonzalo Borondo, Shepard Fairey and more.
Press the image above or the link below to get to the article, Read about-, and see all the videos here.
On Friday December 14th I joined the Global Climate Strike that took place in many cities around the globe during the last day of the COP24 climate conference in Katowice Poland. The strike was initiated by the Swedish, 15 years old climate activist Greta Thunberg.
COP24 the UN climate conference in Katowice Poland started today. I edited a 30 second film The taste of freshwater, from my ongoing project Signs on the surface.
It's an honour to be included in the new French publication Europe Street Art & Graffiti.
The authors Nath Oxygène and Brigitte Silhol
has put togeather a realy interesting document about the European urban art scene and includes many very good artists.
I had the great pleasure to have a studio visit by Sarah Eagelcrest and be the subject for her short documentary. She writes:
"This is my first movie debut where the primary theme is based on art, and brings forward current topics and vital messages; how we actually treat mother-nature and what effect it really does have. You have the power to make a change."
I'm a caracter in a novel story! It's over a year ago that I met the Norwegian author Therese Aasvik. I was painting a mural in Snösätra (Graffiti Hall of Fame) in Stockholm and she was writing the Stockholm chapter for her new book, Byer utan deg. Now it's finally out in book stores!
West Coast Walls Sweden invited me to paint live at Kulturnatt in Halmstad togeather with the artists Julia Rio and Ollio. I started the painting a day before and painted live in a local vegan restaurant.
The Peoples Climate March took place in many cities around the world today. I made these lithography prints and marched with family and friends in Stockholm. More pics and article.
Interwiev in the
The large exhibition Magic City opened in Stockholm during winter 2017 after two cities in Germany. Here's some photos of my installation and from the film screening.
I was invited by Peter Ernst Coolen to come to Amsterdam and paint a large canvas for the urban art museum they are building there. Click to see photos and some thoughts about my piece.