My good friend, fellow illustrator and partner in crime Åsa Wikman is curating an exhibition in London this summer called A study of Sports of Leisure.
The show focuses on character design and features work from ten illustrators; Mogu Takahashi, Kate Hindley, Sarah Ray, Lorna Scobie, Åsa Wikman, Danijela Dobric, Mr Millerchip, Karen Cheung, Mat Pringle and me.
It will be running between 6th of June to the 28th at Exposure Gallery, 22-23 Little Portland Street, London W1W 8BU
For more info, check out the fb event: http://www.facebook.com/events/648091001871457/
Here’s a sneak peak of the work I’ll be showing, a well built pineapple…
My Where the Wild Things Are inspired piece from the Monster Train exhibition. www.illustrakids.com
The Tripping The Light Fantastic single I designed the sleeve for is finally out! I made the artwork last summer and it was inspired by David Hockney and by those underwater photos of white tigers that were circling around the internet at the time. It’s released by the amazing Cloudberry records, and it’s available from their website: http://www.cloudberryrecords.com/. Big thanks to Roque for asking me to work on the project!
I also have a couple for sale so if you’d like to buy one, drop me an e-mail on info(a)karinsoderquist.com!
Harder Than You Think - Public Enemy, for The Secret 7” exhibition
The Beast - Laura Marling, for The Secret 7” exhibition
The new owner of one of my two record sleeves for the Secret 7” Exhibition, via www.facebook.com/Secret7s
The Quirky Girl Crafter made a one off felt keyring based on the tiger from the Tripping The Light Fantastic 7” cover that I designed.I think it looks pretty cute!
The singel is coming out early April on Cloudberry Records, I’ll tell you more and post some pictures of it then!
Friday PhotoShop fun/warm up. Now it’s time to get down to some serious business.
It’s April, the sun is out and it looks like this eternal winter might finally be coming to an end: time for another playlist!
Click the image to go to the playlist on Spotify.
Dedicated to anyone who’s ever had an image ruined by CMYK.
My Etsy shop is back online: https://www.etsy.com/shop/verkligheten
Illustration for a piece about food and music in the latest ENO Magasin. I’m pretty sure the potato is singing ”Nothing Compares 2 U”