A Parus Major (Great tit) oil painting effect made in photoshop from a high res photo.
A simple pepper is thrown in an aquarium in a pitch-black room and a single speedlight.
A self-portrait that really captures my insanity 😅
I see a leap of faith, some people see a nose, what do you see?
Take a shovel to the earth and examine the materials with a microscope, you will find many of the same atoms we have in our bodies, carbon, water, minerals. How come our body's atoms and molecules is part of life and not the atoms of the dirt on your shovel?
A lucky star, a plane, someone leaving, something unknown. I wonder.
Companionship can come in many forms, a human, a digital device, or a loyal dog.
My first line art project. This was initially made with pen and paper.
This is part of my polygon animal art projects. A technique that I have come to like quite a bit. This one has been adorning my wall for a while.
This is a bumblebee, not a wasp, just wanted to make that abundantly clear 😉
This is one of my favorite polygon animals. A technique that I have come to like quite a bit. This one has been adorning my wall for a while.
This is the first of my polygon animals. A technique that I since, have come to like quite a bit. This one as well has been adorning my wall for a while.
This is a Siberian Jay (Perisoreus Infaustus). A quite friendly little bird that enjoys being part of your coffee breaks while hiking.
Who says you can't do watercolors digitally. Not me at least. This is Bulbasaur, a pokemon.
Once upon a time, I played some Dota 2. My favorite hero, Juggernaut, wears this mask.
Here is the frozen moment when you drop a chili fruit in the water. Beautiful!
This is actually a tourist picture (Beijing world trade center) from a trip to China. I just loved the way it turned out.
Who didn't play some angry birds back in the day? 🙋♂️
This is from my trip to Reinøya, Vardø, Norway. The most northern parts of Norway is probably the most beautiful places I have ever visited.
This is also from my trip to Reinøya, Vardø, Norway. The most northern parts of Norway is probably the most beautiful places I have ever visited.
The kiwi that dared to defy gravity 😂
This is what happens when you pop a water balloon!
This is the logo I designed for a bird watching app I built. I'm very proud of this creative design.
This is the logo I designed for a project called "Programmeringsskolan", sadly the project never took off.
This is the logo I designed for a project called "Programmeringsskolan" as well, sadly the project never took off.
This work of art was inspired by a friend's T-shirt of a whale that I really liked.
I did this for a math quiz for my students when I was working as a teacher.
Super fun high-speed photography session I did some years back. I built my own laser tripwire with an Arduino for this photo session.
Saw a squirrel drawn with this technique on the web and just had to try it myself, sure it is something of a copy but I learned a lot and I will probably be using this technique more in the future for more original work.
Sketching has never been my thing, nor will it ever be I think... But sometimes I get the urge to work on a more classic piece of art. The human body is something very natural to us and it is relatively easy to sketch actually.
Another vector bird!
This fallen tree I stumbled upon twice, but a year apart, in a Swedish national park. I captured it with my camera so I have it permanently now. But the tree is still there and I wouldn't be surprised if I stumbled upon it again.
In the forests of Dalsland along its' canal, you can find these almost enchanted sights.
This little fella joined me for lunch in Karlstad. It is a type of gull that lives in colonies. I have a colony here in Stockholm as well that I visit frequently in the spring to track their habitats.
Alright, this kayak is simply a beautiful piece of art. And guess what, my dad built it! Yeah, so proud, he also built one for my mom, and a double-seated one as well!