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Hello new to this forum and just ready with my homesite

and a blog at

/reg Mattias


awesome and sweet inking...lots of fun in your works...cheers


haha this is awsome. lots of character

People tend to think bicycle helmets are uncool, this is a growing concern to me. In order to popularize the bicycle helmets I've made three rather cool helmets for all the cool people out there..
Made while going on the train from Gothenburg to Stockholm, it puts some strain to the lines


Great schtuff!

An inspiration for sure!

Where'd you go for design?

Thanks for all the images...made my day!

thanks Katana

To bad they didn't tap your expertise when they made "The Yellow Submarine"...It's just to funny what you do....I see alot of Brit humor there

thanks Katana, I prefer to see it as Swede humour though


One of these days you're gonna be Rich dude!

well at least rich in sketches hahahahahahaha

yet another fantastic addition to your sketch book!

I'd love to colab with you on a kids book or show! You should start a blog too or a web site!


its wonderful design. too good too good....................:eek:

A blog I have, thanks man some money would be nice!

That last one made me think of "Le Petit Prince" or "the little prince".

Good stuff!

Heraldic shopping list etc


Thanks, where do I go for design? not sure what you mean

Holy smokes Mattias!!

That's COOL!


..Once again, I am in awe of your work...

thanks Katana

I still think you need to get into the New Yorker Magazine..wonderful stuff.

Hi again,

My question: Did you say you went to a Design school?

If so...I'm interested in knowing where you studied.

Thanks again for all the great images.

hahahahaha MattiasA,

Your work craks me up.....!!!! So when does your new sketch book go on sale?


I took a Master of Fine Arts in Graphic design (with very little Illustration) at Hdk (the school of Design and crafts at Gothenburg University).

Prior to this I studied two years at Architect school at Chalmers University

and today on my blog my 300th post

As we are leaving Gothenburg I want to make an inprint of the city, therefore I follow in the Swedish 17 century artist Erik Dahlberg (his great work is called Suecia Antiqua et Hodierna, the old and new Sweden)footsteps in trying to show our city to the world.
Artists like to travel with comfort and I'm no exception to this rule, my trusty pygmy elephant have never failed me yet.


wow. incredible drawings.

uhm....are we married? Rofl...good stuff...

Late Imperial head wear

More train sketching, today on Roman helmet fashion in the late imperial times

Thanks much!


I agree Katana.....Dude Your work rocks


Just wanted to say that I adore your architectural pieces :D They have an amazing amount of detail and a great sense of playfulness to them.
Also, your ink-washes are really well done.

"One of the major difficulties Trillian experienced in her relationship with Zaphod was learning to distinguish between him pretending to be stupid just to get people off their guard, pretending to be stupid because he couldn't be bothered to think and wanted someone else to do it for him, pretending to be outrageously stupid to hide the fact that he actually didn't understand what was going on, and really being genuinely stupid." ~Douglas Adams, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

LOL!'re wrk makes me laugh!

Very cool!


Dragons of the summer

Thanks Rach3



Today Alcoholism amongst domesticated animals

feel a little spent after the transportation stuff


Made while going by train from Gothenburg to stockholm, makes the line wobbly at times

frickin awesome

not only do you have nice work...but you have plenty of it

my only critique is that your work rarely contains recession and that can flatten an otherwise dynamic image

but thats a personal taste thang...and i love what i see

im going to recommend this thread to everyone i know
for more movies and downloads

the fastest polygon in the west!


5th sketchbook

And the 5th sketchbook filmed

New tools from Baroque and Decker

and my last sketchbook filmed