Scandinavian Pain and Ragnar Kjartansson at the Barbican Centre London

by Scandinavian mum

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My husband shared excitingly that he had seen a new exhibition on at the Barbican centre called ‘Scandinavian Pain’. I had to tell him that this was in fact not the sign for the exhibition, but part of it, as installation art. The Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson’s new exhibition at the Barbican is set to surprise and intrigue you!

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Erna and Hrefna, Icelandic identical twins captured by Ariko Inaoka

by Scandinavian mum

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Ariko Inaoka is a Japanese photographer who has been documenting two Icelandic identical twins girls, Erna and Hrefna, since they were nine years old in 2009. Her intensions for this project is to capture the very precious period of their growth from child to teenager. Read more

Playing with Iglo Kids

by Scandinavian mum

Stunning Iceland, an island in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean with active volcanoes, famous geysirs, enormous sand fields, snowy mountains, glaciers and spectacular water falls. Who can not be inspired with surroundings like these?

Photo: Iceland All rights reserved Visit Iceland

Elisabet Davidsdottir a photographer and fashion supermodel shoot these beautiful photos. 9 children aged between 2-8 years old dressed in their favourite Iglo Kids Spring Summer 2011 outfit, adding face paint for a personal touch then off to the woodland for some hide and seek, treasure hunting and imaginative play.
Elisabet has really captured some great shots here, showing the kids in action. More about Iglo Kids here.


Photo: SS11 All rights reserved Iglo Kids

It’s been too long!

by Scandinavian mum

Trying not to mention the hottest subject over the last week that we all are slowly growing tired of I have to admit that we had our return journey from our Easter Holiday in Norway unexpectedly changed from a simple 2 hours flight into traveling through Northern Europe by car, boat and train, staying at various of places whilst waiting for Euro Star to have 4 seats available for the last leg of our journey…

It’s amazing how rural Scandinavia suddenly is when there is no flights. But what an adventure at the same time when you have to travel more than 1200 miles through Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium and France in order to get back home.

Picture to the left is shot by Amélie, of her new souvenir from Brussels. Looking very happy to finally be on the train, going to his new home in the UK.

Picture shows two little Scandinavians missing the ferry in Rodbyhavn, Denmark by only 2 minutes.



Anyway! It’s lovely to be back in sunny London! First thing I did was clearing out our winter clothes, making space for Spring Summer! Thank you for visiting and looking forward to catching up!