Latest Mosebacke blog posts

A Newborn Foal, part 2
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In the previous blog post, you could see how I created the basic shape and proportions of the little foal. To me it is the easy part, because I have been practising art... Read More

A Newborn Foal, part 1
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Those of you who follow me on Instagram and Facebook have already seen some pictures and movies from the little foal’s birth. But now you will be able to follow the whole creation... Read More

Blue Volcano, part 6: Here he is!
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And now he’s finally finished, the Blue Volcano! Like his sister, the Red Volcano, he stands firmly on four long, thin legs and looks with great confidence to the outside world. He is... Read More

Blue Volcano, part 5: Why volcanos?
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My inspiration for the volcano horses are is the name suggests volcanoes. I imagine that it can symbolize something powerful that is on the inside, something that possibly – or maybe – can... Read More

Blue Volcano, part 4
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No horse without legs! And four of them of course, although I have done some horses with eight legs like Sleipner and The Vitruvian Sleipner. The legs are made of bamboo sticks that... Read More