Micke Lindebergh


Swedish illustrator Micke Lindebergh plays host to the most colourful and playful parties in all of Sydney - a ‘Shapes Party’. 

 Micke's confident hand and unapologetic choice of chromatically lush material’s, such as Posca pen’s, dense acrylic and riso inks, reward his audience with a visually delightful series of hand-generated arrangements. His abstract ‘Shapes Parties’ make use of balance, colour & contrast to showcase his masterful embrace of the primary palette. The bright and snappy works on exhibit all recall his most prominent influences - Japanese comics, retro Scandinavian children's books and the balmy Sydney summertime. 

 Micke studied printmaking at The Camberwell College of Art in London. 
After which, he spent some years living in London & around Europe, before finally landing in Sydney. Over the course of his travels his work changed from illustrations of monsters and animals to the more abstract and playful ‘Shapes Parties’ he is now known for. Micke wasted no time submerging himself in the local scene and has become a fixture at the Rizzeria, risograph print studio in Marrikville.