The New yorker Animation

I found animated cartoons by The New Yorker when I was looking for podcasts. This will be a favourite.

The episode below is called “Car Talk”.


  Before Hitler

the political game

I dreamt about the political game in Germany before Hitler came to power, and how Hitler’s men protected themselves against the opponents. What happened thereafter?

To be continued… 😐

Fear and Art

Art Retreat

A few years ago I made a painting on an art retreat in the Sörböle church in Skellefteå, Northern Sweden.

We were told to close our eyes and to dot different colours on a paper and then use our fingers to spread them out on the paper.

When we had finished that, I could see some creatures that had taken shape on the paper. You can see one of them here:

Fear: painting by Bengt Lindkvist

As a sound illustration for the painting I have linked “The Sound of Fear – CHARLIE BRIGDEN|The Sound of Fear, Episode 1: 1922 – 1933”


Truck Race Dream

Racing down

Todays comic illustration for a dream that I had recently.

I saw trucks (lorries) that was racing down a winding course marked out by poles.And I raced down before them on skies hoping they wouldn’t catch up with me.

The last I remember was that I flew over a bump.

Kronblom-A Slow-moving Comic Character

Kronblom is a comic character who spends most of his days on the kitchen sofa. I think he’s daydreaming, and he avoids everything that even seems to be a job, much to the anger of his wife Malin.

These slow-moving but quick-thinking bohemian was created by Elov V Persson (10 July 1894 – 9 July 1970) a Swedish comic artist.

And below is my comic version of that tall and thin character