PressPosted by Maria E. Thu, February 24, 2011 09:09
There's a big article in Sydsvenskan
today about Södra Esplanaden
and our thoughts on Lund and its culture. Read it here.
PressPosted by Maria E. Fri, May 28, 2010 23:09
My friend and childrens' book collaborator Helen Alfvegren
wrote very nicely about me in her blog the other day. :) Check it out here.
PressPosted by Maria E. Thu, December 17, 2009 10:47
I'm so happy! I recieved an award yesterday from Luciagillet
: this years light spreader in Lund (= årets ljusspridare i Lund). :) It was a small ceremony down town Lund yesterday with snow falling, sparklers, flowers, a diploma and the press. After the ceremony we went to John Bull for a nice meal. See Sydsvenskan
for short articles and pictures below.
PressPosted by Maria E. Mon, November 16, 2009 10:05
The local paper Sydsvenskan
visited one of my workshops last week at Lerbäckskolan. Read the article here
(in Swedish). The school has recieved money from Statens Kulturråd
in a project called Skapande skola
(=creative school) and invited three local cretives, the sculptor Jukka Varela, the graffiti artist Martin Törngren and me.
PressPosted by Maria E. Mon, October 26, 2009 15:17
I was very surprised and honored to find myself in the blog You me & Tommy Lee
today. You can read the post in Swedish here.
My old friend Hannah (cartoonist, writer, singer and now blogger!) is pushing for one creative person ever week in her and Katrin's blogg about contemporary culture and life.Today's link: Cosas
- a Swedish webshop with design, handicrafts and interior.
PressPosted by Maria E. Mon, August 10, 2009 09:23
I woke up to see myself in Sydsvenskan
, the local newspaper this morning, a quite strange feeling. The interview was made last week and I was asked about the cultural life of my hometown Lund. My city is candidating to become the European capital of Culture in 2014. The headline goes "Culturally Lund has reached the bottom" and you can read the whole article (in Swedish only) here.
PressPosted by Maria E. Tue, February 10, 2009 09:25
I'm a big fan of Smil/Nadja Girod's
work. She's an accessory designer from Berlin and I feel very honored to be interviewed in her blog. :) Check it out here
(published yesterday). And don't forget to check out Smil's webshop
as well!Today's link: LULA
- a multi-disciplinary art and design partnership from Sweden.
PressPosted by Maria E. Thu, October 23, 2008 10:44
Yes, I know I've been writing twice about the interview in Computer Arts
, but it wasn't until today that I recieved the actual magazine! 8 pages on my art project Hi-Tech Traditional
containing 5 Swedish and 5 Japanese young artists/illustrators. Wohoo! :D This kind of coverage makes me want to start next art projekt right on!Today's link: Tapetorama
- a shop full of wallpaper in Malmö, but you can see lots of them online as well!