I like colours, ambitious people, vintage, non-ficton books and fantasy films.
I have a background in music, textile & design, natural science and I am now starting my BA in interactions design.
I’m borderline obsessed with strong female characters and icons.

I’m happy about going back to London the 29th, and leave Sweden for a while but I will miss my house and garden and family πŸŒΏπŸ‚

Shot by Cecil Beaton, vogue 1946

Photograph by Norman Parkinson, vogue UK, 1970.

I have to say this is one illustration i’m very excited about, didn’t over think it and just enjoyed the process. Inspired by Maleficent ( i saw the film not long ago)

watercolour and ink digitally composed.

Been sketching and painting backgrounds in front of the TV watching silly films all night πŸ’

Thinking about some new sewing projects since I still have some time off before school starts, ever since i stopped working in vintage i’ve got the motivation back again.

My new tattoo is almost healed!

Back in Sweden now after a lovely time in London, I’ll be back soon! This is what had come for me when I was gone, awesome to come back to! So excited 🌟

I decided to work on a series of full figure poses that went together in style and size. I obviously chose to go with horror characters and their own iconic poses. It was a fun little sketch project.

Morticia Addams, Lily Munster, Vampira and Bride of Frankenstein.

Made a little assignment for myself the other day and here is the progress of it, some classic horror brides!

Beautiful haute couture polaroids by Cathleen Naundorf.

Just found Amanda’s new fabulous book! Fashion throughout time (Modet genom tiderna), here “free time clothes” from the 60s 🌟

Marisa Berison to the right with friend in France. Photographed by Arnaud de Rosnay for Vogue US 1968.


such a beautiful icon!

Always up so stupidly late when I start with something new. Just finishing up with the inking of this drawing. I do like them bunnies πŸ‡