When we first saw Hanna Andersson’s work in the The Creamy Two’s, it felt like browsing through our mind's photo album from the best DMT trip we ever had. Cute four-eyed pussy monsters with moustaches and legs coming out of their heads and stuff... Then she turned up at the office looking like a piece of candy, and she even had baby pink hair. She got to talking about essential stuff like weird animal species, mushrooms, and Brazilian graffiti. The guys got all giggly and went “CUUUUUTE” and then “coooool” and then terrorized us to get her number. Sorry guys! She already has a boyfriend who’s an illustrator too and they make zines and tees and go to Beckmans School of Design together. Find out more about the pussy monster by clicking down there (um, on the computer).
Hanna says: I drew this unicorn-bat-pussy-girl monster while having beers at Loch Ness, a bar in Stockholm. I like mixing multiple characters in the same figure as it gives the creature complexity. When I draw I’m usually in a state of not thinking about what I’m doing, just letting out my fantasies on paper. They often end up dirty and kinky, but still with a cute side to them.
Lazereyes Diamond: This drawing is inspired by sci-fi objects like lasers and lo-tech effects, and takes place in the psychedelic surreal world typical for most of my pictures. I love colours and always use as many colours and details as possible. I’ve also noticed that I often draw pussies, I guess it’s relieving with naked, wrinkly, slimy characters that have dripping fluid coming out of their holes.
Crying Unicorndog: I love this sad, terrified, confused and neurotic unicorndog! I like its double chin, the cute doggy ears, and the clown mouth with sharp teeth. I wish I could have a unicorndog as my pet. I’m addicted to fluorescent colours, if I’m not satisfied with a picture I always add an extreme colour and then everything falls into place.
For more monsters, check out Hanna’s website.