Solo exhibition at VIDA Museum & Konsthall, Borgholm 3/7 – 26/9 2021. Tigers tiptoeing clumsily. They’re cockeyed and happy. Dressed in stripes like curvy waves. Nails painted in bubbelgum pink. The tongue is hanging out. A soft and furry whirlwind carries a dolphin and a fried egg. Shiny glimmering spots. An special friendship with a frog….

Poster and interior wallpaper for the exhibition “Cider” at Museum of Spirits in Stockholm. The apple as the sun over a nordic lanscape, represents the rising culture around cider brewing in Sweden. “Cider” is the first in a series of exhibitions slated for 2020 and 2021 at Spritmuseum, covering four different Swedish craft beverages.  …

“Facing Strange Dream” is an interactive art project created for Halebop 🤳 I have created four different face filters, use them to step into the magical world of Yoyo Nasty. 🧙🏻‍♀️🌈🌍📲 “I want it to be like stepping into a land of adventure; a place where imagination and play are paramount to logic and utility….

Selection of personal work from 2020.  

Join the adventure into the creative universe of Yoyo Nasty. A mini short film about exploring the creative mind. Directed by Gustav Stegfors and starring Yoyo Nasty.

Illustrations for the book “Vin med ny adress” written by Alf Tumble and published by Natur &Kultur. The illustrations represents the different wine regions/chapters of the book; Georgia, Yarra Valley, South of England, Skåne, Adelaide Hills, Canary Islands, Greece, Japan and Swartland.

Invited Guest artist at Misschiefs during October 2020. “Each week during our takeover of Linnégatan 4, Misschiefs invites one new artist we love to take over the central stage visible from the street window.” – Paola Bjäringer, founder of Misschiefs. Misschiefs is a groundbreaking feminist exhibition of contemporary collectible design that showcases a unique group…

Album cover for the Swedish pop group Vita bergen‘s music album “Another Day in Paradise”.

Nasty Vases Exhibition at Riche Lilla baren 2019. An exhibition celebrating the flower vase as a still life, materializing as large canvas paintings accompanied by hand painted ceramic vases. The exhibition presented imaginative interpretations of a traditional motif. Terracotta vases made in collaboration with ceramicist Fredrik Berg. Photography by Cassie Abraham.

Illustrations for Klarna.