Original design

  • maj 16, 2020

The one with a salamander

The linden leaves are a pun on the owner’s last name, and they are black in reference to him being a poker player. The salamander, thought in mythology to be impervious to fire, is used here as a symbol for…
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  • december 11, 2019

Nobel Night Cap 2019

I was approached by the organisers of the Nobel banquet after party to make some heraldic artwork. In the end I provided two such pieces, both measuring 150 x 120 cm (5 x 4 ft). The design is based on…
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  • november 18, 2019

The one with a balloon crest

Crests are supposed to be attached to the helmet, not hover above it, which is an obvious problem for any balloon. The solution came from Solomon Andrée’s failed expedition to reach the North Pole in 1894, where the balloon used…
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  • november 18, 2019

Bryant Cagle

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  • september 15, 2019

Göran Cannberg

A marine engineer, enthusiastic inventor, knight of the Polar Star — and one hell of a backgammon player — these arms are a personality and a summary of a life in one.
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  • juli 13, 2019

Paul Aljets

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  • maj 29, 2019

Persian and European heraldic fusion

These arms were a bit tricky to design, since they had to take the Persian shield shape into account. But the challenge ended quite nicely with this result.
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  • november 10, 2017

Karin Cannberg

A now retired teacher who, due to a mix-up, received two watches from the city for her many years of service in the education system, rather than one. The motto translates to one page ahead (of the students).
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  • maj 10, 2017

Myra Åhbeck Öhrman

This painting is also the first depiction of my original design for Myra’s coat of arms. The arms are both canting with Myra meaning Ant in Swedish, as well as a happy coincidence of there being an M on the…
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