1. Elisabeth Fredriksson

    Elisabeth Fredriksson is an artist, photographer and graphic designer from Sweden. She creates elegant geometric patterns. A self-proclaimed “color addicted,” her love and understanding of colour is an instant attraction of her work.

  2. Sanna Mander

    Sanna Mander is a graphic designer and illustrator based in Helsinki, Finland. Described as “one of Finland’s most prolific illustrators working today,” the award-winning artist has worked with international companies including New York Magazine, Condé Nast, Converse, Finnair and Volkswagen.

  3. Gustaf Tenggren (1896 – 1970)

    Gustaf Tenggren was born in 1896, in Västra Götaland County, Sweden. During a career spanning 60 years, he exercised a spectrum of styles including Art Nouveau, Cubism, Realism, and Expressionism, urging some to call him “a walking history of art.”

  4. Einar Nerman ( 1888–1983)

    Einar Nerman was a Swedish artist, illustrator and musician. Born to a middle-class family in the city of Norrköping. Nerman was one of three children. Birger Nerman, his twin brother, was a professor, author and later the head of the Swedish Museum of National Antiquities. Ture Nerman, his older brother, was a political activist, journalist, author, and poet.

  5. Elliot Alfredius

    An obvious by-product of going to events such as ELCAF, is that you get to meet illustrators. New ones, ones whose work you may not have seen before. Just such an incident happened when I stumbled over to the Peow Studio table. Sat there were a couple of tidy Swedes, Elliot Alfredius and Hanna K.