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Product designs with whales

I spent quite some time drawing whales as part of a commission for a client. Some of the illustrations were also used on product designs.

Bubbly Humpback whale

Bubbly Humpback whale

This bubbly Humpback whale is part of a larger piece, but I felt this gentle giant needed a bit of space and attention all to itself. The design is available for purchase on products in Society6.com and Redbubble.com.

Jumping orca

Jumping orca

Orcas (Orcinus orca) belong to the oceanic dolphin family. No wonder they love to jump and play! Available for purchase in Society6.com and Redbubble.com.

Orcas are such beautiful beasts, with their iconic black-and-white tuxedo. Here’s a cheeky smiling orca, avaialbe as design on multiple products in Society6.com and Redbubble.com.

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Smiling orca

Smiling orca

Portrait #2 for Siri

Commissioned portrait for Siri

This is a portrait of Siri’s father-in-law, and was commissioned in secret as she planned to give it to her husband for their wedding anniversary. Siri provided me with a small photo, specified the size and requested it be made in landscape format. Her preference was grey and blue colour tones. And she asked for updates along the way to see my progress.

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Spider illustrations

I’m currently working on a book about spiders and arachnophobia. A monster project in many ways, with over 100 illustrations created in 2020/21. More than 80 of the illustrations are cartoon images, the rest are lifelike illustrations of spiders.

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Pride Art Oslo exhibition 2019

In June 2019, I participated in the Pride Art exhibition in Oslo, Norway, with the illustration “Skuer tilbake i tid/ Looking back”. Pride Art is an annual exhibition held during Oslo Pride in Norway. It is the largest and most important exhibition for LGBTIQ+ artists in Norway. In 2019, the theme of the exhibition was “I fought, therefore I am”, with 50 years of LGBTIQ+ history as the backdrop.

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