Two Go Mad in Österskär. With lashings of ginger beer.
Painted a shelf.
Trying on a new sweater.
Post swim nude salad eating.
Cheese dish and earrings Henrik found at a flea market.
Worked on the dolls.
At the amusement park.
This nightie makes feel like I should be running down a dark corridor with blowing curtains, possibly holding a candelabra…
Another preview of my little comic which will be for sale really soon!
Where I sit and draw most of the time, in front of the television.
Before seeing The Damned.
The tannery (I think that’s the word) in my home town very recently burned to the ground and now it looks like a post apocalyptic movie set. I can see the ruins from my old bedroom window. I hope they’ll be able to save some part to leave as a sort of memorial since it’s basically the industry my town was built around.
These buckled metal walls are huge and very interesting and sculptural looking in real life.
Crackled glass and a completely charred little tree that looked like cast iron.
Moss and mushrooms.
Perfect flower arrangement in the beautiful art nouveau garden of Hildasholm.
Amazing dragon spouts.
Mum’s Biba bags.
Parents’ wedding with baby me.
I’ve always loved these moody mysterious cat prints on our living room wall. Too bad the glare hides one of them.
Still life with my original idea for mum’s tattoo.
My grandfather made this nyckelharpa.
Cat sitting in my parents’ house.
The nyckelharpa makes another appearance in this photo of my sister and cousin. I love the outfits :D
Another beautiful photo from my parents’ wedding.
Graduation day. I think I was the only one not in white. I borrowed my aunt’s hat.
I got the dress at a thrift shop and I remember I felt like Scarlett O’Hara in it. I also wore red and white striped stockings and metallic black patent mary janes with chunky clear glitter rubber soles.
I showed some photos from this Halloween a while ago but I’ve never seen this before! Emil’s outfit is my favourite, the bat on a string makes the outfit. In fact a bat on a string would make any outfit.
Pretty excellent without the mask as well.
Christmas outfit. My sister is wearing one of my old sweaters.
Christmas mayhem. I think this was around the time I first started talking to Liselotte Eriksson online, or slightly before. I know I wore that same outfit on my Elfwood user picture.
Same jacket I wear these days, with significantly less buttons and badges!
About 13 here I think.
Now for some older pictures of my ridiculously idyllic childhood.
Lighting the first advent candle.
Rolling meat balls at my grandparents’ house.
Mermaid hair and pointy teeth.
Picnicking on my grandparents’ porch. I think the girl on the right was the next door neighbour.
Posting this mainly because my sister looks amazing, as usual. She was the funniest and most adorable kid I’ve seen.
Note poster of Tommy Nilsson in background that I glued various cut out accessories and flowers on. I think I liked it because he had long curly hair.
My sister looking hilarious again.
Apparently extremely pleased that we just got a talking doll.
With my grandmother.
And finally, the start of my fascination with playboy bunnies.
Getting to borrow the ears, so happy! I got my own pair of bunny ears for my next birthday.
Gloomy day errand run.
Some 80s groupie-esque lingerie I got a while ago.
Night out with Liselotte.
And a few from Henrik’s Instagram:
At the amusement park with Liselotte.
Midnight walk home from the concert.
Before going out.
Hung over pastry eating the day after.