Dennis Eriksson made 12 illustrations for The Museum of Medieval Stockholm, to tell the story of medieval times. All of them has been printed on canvas to be seen as a permanent part of the museum. The museum was opened in 1986 and reopened in 2010. It describes the emergence and medieval development of Stockholm and is built up around some of the permanent heritage monuments, which came to light during the archaeological excavations on Helgeandsholmen (The Island of the Holy Spirit) between 1978 and 1980. The display area comprises 1,750 square metres and there are some 850 objects on display. The objects come from the whole of the town area.
Agency: Essen International
In the second season of House of Cards, they talk about the ‘deep web’, a secret dark side of the internet where ordinary search engines and browsers can’t reach. An underground network which, in the TV series “represent 96 percent of the entire online world”. The Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter got curious and dived right into the deep web, finding counterfeiting, death threats, old-fashioned graphics and more. Read the article here! Illustrations by Dennis Eriksson.
Kolla! is a yearly competition that is arranged by Svenska Tecknare, Swedish Illustrators, a organization for illustrators, graphic designers, animators and cartoonists. This year’s nominees has been annouced, and 3 of our illustrators was nominated:
Bo Lundberg for Illustration Teaching and Fact Books; Volvo Trucks
Bo Lundberg for Illustration Advertising; Roundabout Theatres
Is being a safe, stable and experienced politician the best way to keep the power? If you’re Germany’s Angela Merkel, it seems to be the winning concept. The “you know what you get” principles might have trickled through to the Swedish prime minister Fredrik Reinfeldt’s staff, is he trying to play the Merkel card? Read about in Fokus. Portraits by Dennis Eriksson.
‘Fråga kultureliten’ is a TV show where Swedish personalities in culture are asked questions regarding everything cultural, such as art, life and death. Portrait genius Dennis Eriksson illustrated the intro for the show.
Does this seem like something up your alley? Fråga kultureliten airs Tuesdays on Swedish Public Service channel SVT2.
Each year since 1886, the Swedish Tourist Association (STF) has published an annual book with different themes to inspire Swedes and international travelers to visit Sweden. After 128 books STF has decided that the 2013 book was the last yearbook to be published. They have now released an anthology including selected pieces from each decennium with illustrations by Dennis Eriksson.
For their 50th Anniversary, Sweden’s largest jeans store chain JC, celebrated with balloons, popcorn, cotton candy and an old school photo wall with cut-outs. The wall, illustrated by Dennis Eriksson, presented the typical denim looks of the previous decades. Which look is you favorite?
Commissioner: Ibeyo Studio