Thursday, 13 August 2009

My studio is still there


She said - I have this dilemma, I can't decide if life is very serious or if it is not. A very good question if you ask me.

Coff, coff... hrm... are you a Camilla fan?

Susannah Conway, Ink on my fingers, made an interview with me that is up on the web. Scroll down I'm in good company.

18 comments:

Alexandra Hedberg said...

behöver man klä sig på något speciellt sätt för att gå med i kulten?

gracia said...

The Uppercase book is sure to be wonderful... I cannot wait to see it... and with a section for your many, many, many fans! Congratulations to you Camilla.

deciphertheday said...

Great interview, fascinating read into a day in the life of an illustrator. I love your work :-)

Deciphertheday

Geninne said...

I loved the interview Camilla! You really are as lovely as your beautiful art :)

jOhanna dunKer said...

håller med dem innan : great interview....
Och vilken studio ni har, den är underbar.. och jag älskar er servis... ha en bra dag :)

marie-louise said...

Men Hallå vad kul, vilken grej,
klart man är ett Camilla fan!
Den där boken kommer nog att bli jättefin. Den vill man ju ha!
Och apropå fans...Har du läst Fredrik Strages bok om dito?

emma said...

hallo, vad roooligt allt detta va änna! :D läsning o länkar.

Phirefly said...

Camilla, I really enjoyed the interview and in particular the way you describe your relationship with Morran. I can relate so much as my basset hound Rene is also an attention seeker and prevents me from getting too lost in my work. Thanks for sharing!

Lola Is Beauty said...

That was such a good interview!

Ulicam said...

I really can't decide that either.
I'm actually having a meltdown just about that lately.

elizabeth@shoptwig said...

Lovely interview to learn more about you. The Uppercase book will be a treat to have.

Laura said...

how wonderful to learn you are such a kind person as well as an incredible artist. thanks for sharing!

vintage simple said...

It is a good question... Life is a serious matter, yet if we take it too seriously, we may miss its point, don't you think? Perhaps balance, as with everything, is the key. (Of course, easier said than done.)
I enjoyed reading your interview and getting to know you a little bit better....nd congratulations on the Uppercase book!
-maria
ps: and I CAN'T believe you didn't want to be named Maria after all. ;)

lisa s said...

life is both, no?

of course i am a camilla fan

holly aka golly said...

A wonderful window into your life! I love that you make lists of words. I do that too!

Karen said...

Hey, there are lots of Camilla fans out here!

Rynke said...

I really liked reading the interview, it's so nice to read how other people work in the creative field :)

And so so nice about the Uppercase!

peg nocciolino said...

Nice interview...thanks for sharing.
forever fan:)