Hooray! Now you can buy some of my illustrations as posters at dinvaggdekor.se/poster-5/ida-ohnell/ You can choose from eight different motifs!
There are a lot of enchanting stories about dragonflies in folklore. In this video I talk about a few of them, like why it’s called Dragonfly in English, why it’s “The Devil’s Needle” and how come the Samurai wore them on their helmets. This video only exists in Swedish, yet.
Greetings from me and #thewizardsheir in my favorite hideaway! 😊🌞🌻 After the summer I will announce exciting news about the sequel… 📖🔥 Video by @prosaman ! 🙏
This guided tour talkes about the infamous Kraken from Scandinavian folklore, and it’s distant relations the Sea Monk and the Sea Bishop. My collegue Kennet Lundin also tell us about real giant squids who dwells in the depths. From Gothenburg Natural History Museum. Only in Swedish.
New film from Gothenburgs Natural History Museum, this time I talk about bears in mythology! Only in Swedish.
I will be part of a marathon – in reading Swedish fantasy! This readathon will be ongoing this entire summer and every week two authors will go live on Instagram at @fantastikathon and talk and answer to questions! I will go live on the 18 of June at 12 pm […]
The guide Ida Öhnell tells us about ravens in both myth and nature. Video from Gothenburg Natural history Museum. Only in Swedish.
My painting giving me the evil eye when I disturb her reading…
Today “Kingdom with no Name” turns 2 years old! I did the illustrations for this book and Arie D has written it for his children. It was published by Belletrist Publishing on the World Book Day in 2018. To see some of the illustrations you can have a look at […]
Remember that now is the time to read books. If you have not read Trollkarlens arvinge yet, now is the best time! Because we all need escapism at this moment, noone knows for how long the quarantine will last and we need to stop checking the news and our bank […]