The Covid19 pandemic has framed how we view each other and act on a global scale ( illustration Di00406)
The ferry hardly makes a sound as it moves out on the 45 minutes crossing that will take me to the next stage of my 2000km. hike around Denmark
Low sea ice, wildfires and temperatures rising twice as fast as other parts of the world. The Arctic is changing in dramatic ways, and the fragile wildlife and biodiversity can't adapt to the fast changing environment
Working in watercolor around a story about an unprecedented heatwave in Siberia - reaching around 38 degrees C ( 100 degrees F.)
“No problem, we can meet online and drink coffee instead”, people say here under the COVID-19 pandemic… But is it the same, or might it do something else, like keeping an unreal world real?
The face masks gives everybody a certain new look, that can be seen around where people are close together. The look of worry, but maybe also the look of hope
COVID-19, isolation and social distancing are on everybody's mind - It's like the less we are together - the more we think the same.
Drawing up how reality change faster and faster, leaving people as question marks and without clear answers or knowledge of tomorrow
Ways to understand open vs closed innovation. Using metaphors to draw up how we look at it, how much we share and what fear of sharing looks like
More and more journalists are laid off from the big media ships, instead to work as freelancers, diving into an unlimited ocean of opportunities... and risks - All alone
When artificial intelligence and computers write journalism money change hands in media in new ways...
Frogs - reading about and sketching up watercolors of frogs - to understand this ancient group of animals better