Copenhagen, Denmark

2020. Created in city-district Østerbro. A mural about ways we interact with the world around us. Processes of self-protection, blind spots of perception toward each other and the natural world around us—and the absurdity of human nature, especially in these current times.


The location was chosen by early input from Østerbro’s cultural group network, followed by visual brainstorming meetings with local resident groups. The mural was painted under the cultural festival, AABEN festival, and a free artist talk centered around the topic of streets arts history and current challenges was organized by Denmark's national museum ENIGMA. Funded by local and national cultural funds


Horsens, Denmark

2020. Organized by the staff at the only soup kitchen shelter in town, located in the building on which the mural was painted. organised together with Gallery Hjorth.


A mural about a momentary connection; the process of opening up to the other.

Graz, Austria

2020. Painted under Urban Art Festival Styria at a university housing building. A mural exploring new techniques in trying to transfer onto a wall the simplicity, movement and spontaneity that can exist in a sketch. The sketch for the wall was a stone lithograph created earlier the same year. 

Halifax, Canada

2019. A mural about creativity, inspired by Pikola Este's interpretation of the old folk tale 'La Llorona'. 

Vienna, Austria

2019.  A collaboration with Bifido. The project seeks to delve into the intimacy of human relationships. Show that barriers, even the most resistant, can be overcome by the desire to peer into the diversity of others. To be enriched by everything that life hides deep in others’ personalities and experiences. Looking at walls not like something that separates, but as something to break down. An invitation to have creative courage to share what scares us the most. 

Farum, Denmark

2018. A permanent mural commission for the Culture house in Farum, Denmark. The building houses Galleries, a theatre, studiospaces, a cafe, an immigrant museum, and a music school, and the murals theme of knowledge and creativity was chosen to best represent this diversity. 

Esterillos, Costa Rica

2019. Created in a town with around 300 inhabitants. Described by numerous residents as a very divided community and lacking public art, I was curious to create outdoor work here. Over a week, basic funds were raised by 16 residents to allow for the creation of 5 murals over four weeks. I painted these murals, some in collaboration with local and international artists invited to the town for this purpose.


The project involved door-to-door introduction meetings with residents, contact to the local school, facebook group chat discussions about locations and theme, research into property permissions, fundraising, artist talks, live-painting events, and community organizing.


The resulting murals were created out from a number of on-site photoshoots and evolve around the themes of nature and community.

Santiago, Chile

2018. Created for the Museo A Cielo Abierto outdoor mural gallery in San Miguel, Santiago. One of 60 painted walls in a resident-run mural gallery co-curated by Chilean muralist Mono Gonzales. For a wall to be painted here, every resident in the building has to first approve of the chosen artist and sketch.

Roskilde, Denmark

2019. A curated wall for the Roskilde Festival, a week-long music festival in Roskilde, Denmark with over 100,000 guests. 

Aarhus, Denmark

2019. A mural about trust. One of two 5x5 meter murals created for Aahus street art festival.

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