Travels Category

Cyberdelics: The Trippy Machines

My article on Breaking Convention is out – the largest conference on psychedelic research in Europe, taking place at Greenwich University in London. There was so much going on during the three days, and I could have written ten articles about it. My focus in this one, which was published in this week’s edition of […]

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The creation of Aztec Challenge

Here’s a work-in-progress video of my drawing of Aztec Challenge (84 hours of work, finished on February 6th, exactly a month ago):  

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Aztec Challenge – a self-portrait and a challenging journey

My newest piece is done! Here it is. There’s a lot of travel adventures in this one – of looking at ancient Mexican pyramids and diving into deep and mysterious caves and finding the way out again. It’s also very much a self-portrait and a compilation of the events of 2017 – a difficult and […]

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Why games journalism and travel journalism is the same thing

I have been working as a games journalist and a travel journalist in 15 years, and to me, it’s the same thing in so many ways. I visit a new and unknown area, I explore the landscapes and I write back about my findings and experiences. If I’m excited about where I have been, readers […]

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The Ozora Festival in Weekendavisen

My article on this years magical Ozora Festival in Hungary is out today in Weekendavisen. Much more to follow – here, too. But if you’re in Denmark – grab a copy. It’s out for a week. Read the entire article here (in Danish): En fest med jordforbindelse

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The best festival in the world

I went to Fusion Festival for the first time in 2007 – and I have been attending every Fusion Festival since then undiminished enthusiasm. For many years, I didn’t even consider writing an article about the festival. It was too special, too ‘secret’. But as the years went by and the festival just kept growing, […]

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5 games I played on my way to GDC

This could have been a list on all the awesome digital games I should’ve/could’ve/would’ve played or replayed while sitting on the airplane on my way to the Game Developers’ Conference in San Francisco. But I played these little-known games instead. Do you know them? It goes without saying that it would be awesome to spend […]

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How to be a Junglist: Going to London

How to be a junglist: Chriszka and Mariii’s Excellent Adventure This one goes out to all the Copenhagen junglists (and junglists everywhere) who miss the proper oldskool jungle sounds so much it’s like a physical longing filled with deep-felt oh but whyyyyyys?! and I want it back!  and recurring feelings of having been treated unfairly […]

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Reality is not enough

My article about virtual reality gadgets at GamesCom is in Jyllands-Posten Indblik today. In this photo, I am fighing an armoured knight with some evil medieval weapons, shortly before being eaten by a dragon. And this is where I meet the monster in the Virtualizer, wearing Oculus. You can read all about it in the […]

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Protected: Grublen i Malmø

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