Finnish artist



Who could ignore these blankets of sticky sweet cotton candy art installations by Finnish artist Erno-Erik Raitanen, Cotton Candy Works is a series of built on site-interactive cotton candy installations that engage all the senses. After a few hours the installations return back to their crystalized form. The installations have been exhibited at the SFAI studios and the All You Can Eat Exhibition at Diego Rivera Gallery & Swell gallery in San Francisco 2012.


Tove Jansson, Mumintrollet pa kometjakt, Comet in Moominland. and original illustration, first published in 1946, the book, that made her famous. Jansson wrote and illustrated her first Moomin book in 1945, during WW II, to create something naive and innocent. Drawing: MoMa exhibition Century of the Child, © Tampere Art Museum, Moominvalley, Finland. More books to see:

Aleksander Lindeberg is a Finnish painter and illustrator. His mother was russian and his father was suomenruotsalainen. His path began in Russia and then to Finland, Vyborg first, then to Helsinki. Lindeberg is best known for his book illustrations, but in addition he has a long career as a portraitist, cartoonist, commercial artist and journal illustrator. He received the Rudolf Koivu prize twice.