A week or so ago I went to Blick to buy art supplies, and there I stumbled upon some amazing watercolor pencils (they can be used as regular color pencils, but […]
I made this drawing while practicing getting the proportions right in drawings. It’s based on a statue of the torso of Diomedes (see photo Torso of Diomedes) and is drawn with […]
While I’m waiting on the arrival of Harper Lee’s new novel “Go set a Watchman”, I made this book origami of “Scout” in “To Kill a Mockingbird” (“Dræb ikke en […]
Behind the drawing There is a short story behind this abstract drawing. I work at a large publishing house, and we are now closing down a book archive. Most of […]
A new year calls for a new hobby! This time I have chosen to start doing book origami, which is a technique where shapes are created on the book’s fore […]
This is an animated gif illustrating the phrase “bootstrapping”, that is “to pull yourself up by your bootstraps”. The phrase is used to describe an impressive task performed without any help […]
Day 7 (continued from here) After our visit to the Capitoline Museum, it was late afternoon. We had booked tickets for a tour of the Colosseum at night, so we now […]
Day 7 (continued from here) We reached Forum Romanum early Saturday morning, but it was already steaming hot in the sun. Forum Romanum and Palatino was amazing, but it is so hard to […]
Day 6 (continued from here) After a day of relaxation and a long rest at the B&B, we went out into the streets of Rome in the evening. Our landlady had […]
Day 5 (continued from here) It was late afternoon on our 5th day in Rome, and we were heading back into the center of Rome, after a busy day visiting both the […]
Day 4 (continued from here) We had lunch at Alfredo e Ada, the most adorable trattoria I think you can find in Centro Storico. There was no menu, the elderly waiter (Alfredo […]
Day 4 (continued from here) On Wednesday morning, we wanted a more relaxed day after the whole ordeal of both Vatican City and Trastevere. Only one thing was a must that day, […]
Day 3 (continued from here) We were two exhausted travelers when we stumbled out of the Vatican around noon on Tuesday. We headed for Pizzarium at Via della Meloria 43, which is a little […]
Day 2 (continued from here) After we had studied Piazza del Popolo for a little while, we went up to the Pincio Hill Garden to have our first glimpse of […]
The wedding and the first night in Rome On the 1st of June 2013 – our anniversary of meeting each other – my boyfriend proposed to me on the top of the […]
I have POTS or more precisely Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (also known as PoTS – Postural Tachycardia Syndrome), which is a dysautonomia condition, that basically means that my autonomic nervous […]
A pastel painting stick version of Adolf Henrik Mackeprang’s painting “En brølende kronhjort ved en skovsø” (“Roaring Stag Standing by a Lake”).
Hamlet: O! I die, Horatio ; The potent poison quite o’er-crows my spirit : I cannot live to hear the news from England ; But I do prophesy the election lights […]
Hamlet: –Begin, murderer : pox, leave thy damnable faces, and begin. Come : –the croaking raven doth bellow for revenge. Lucianus: Thoughts black, hands apt, drugs fit, and time agreeing […]
Hamlet: To be, or not to be, that is the question :– Whether ‘t is nobler in the mind, to suffer The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune ; Or […]
Pages from the Travel Journal 5 AM in the morning in Copenhagen Airport Kastrup and I felt like I’m the only living soul there. Great surprise, had been upgraded to […]
A stick version of Hieronymus Bosch’s painting “Ship of Fools”. Want to know more about the original?
Portrait of an angry man. Pencil drawing.
One stick person beats another in talking sheepishly.
A drawing of a ruined building after a bombing of London under the Second World War.
A comic about how egocentric talk is the death of communication.
A portrait of Erasmus Desiderius Roterodamus in pastel.
Portrait of a black and white cat made in pastel on brown paper.
My first experiments with the woodcut technique:
A stick version of Albrecht Dürer’s “Knight, Death and the Devil”.
I was inspired by pictures in an anatomy book, and tried to imagine how my own hand looked like under the skin.
A Stickversion of Botticelli’s “La Primavera”.
A stick version of Botticelli’s painting “The Birth of Venus”.
A Stick version of Albrecht Dürer’s “Adam and Eve”.
A Stickversion of Leonardo da Vinci’s famous “Mona Lisa”.
A Stick version of Albrecht Dürer’s “Melencolia I” (also known as “Melancholia I”).