Burning of the mid night lamp.
Detail from 'Magician on the wall'

Teddy in the water
Teddy in the water was an ink drawing which was meant to illustrate a newspaper article describing a real life incident as my precious teddy was thrown overboard by an unknowing one-year-old, this taking place during a boat ride in Stockholm's archipelago back in the late 50s

Teddy was made with crayons when I was about 13 years old

And this is from about the same period around the mid sixties, a happy character named "Uncle Otto" who used to pop up for a few seconds during intermissions on television in Western Australia


  The Beatnick A drawing completed save from his right hand

                                                 The upstart

             Christmas card with Santa                              Wise guy
             Claus out fishing

Archipelago 1 (Scrap book scribble)


Archipelago 2

Tedddy's daydream (Scrap book scribble)

     Late night at the bar

  Here are a few samples of what went 
                   down in those days,  at  home and at art school



'Baby and Tim and the Horses and the Donkeys', an imaginary art
cover for an imaginary hit single called 'Dead a hippies as can be' by
one of my early inventions

Here is the same imaginary band iworking it out...

The Twirps was a psychedelic band of my imagination. Or
perhaps they should have been called 'The Byrds', judging
from their appearance!

    Magnetetic tape, always lying around on every
surface, sometimes even on the floor
Billy Bulb and the Fly spray, one of many sketches for the Billy bulb book which I was preparing at the time but which I never finished

The janitor and the butterfly

Fog in the city (Scrap book scribble)

   My own poster advertising a gig with yours              Playing with ink
      truely at a local venue in 1983

I'm your vacuum cleaning man, happy to be at
your service!

  A portrait of one of my fiancés of the seventies, made with a biro



Magic ocean and what secrets dwell within

Magic octopus


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