(…) after buying Cabin Fever online on a whim, I have to admit wholeheartedly that not only is this dialogue free comic more than worth picking up, it’s one of the best things I have read all year!
Patrick Scattergood, Curiosity of a Social Misfit
I (...) fell in love with his art style — in which I see a little Ralph Steadman and a little Quentin Blake. Simplistic character designs are deceptive and brimming over with life and vitality in a way that is surprising and deeply human.
Robin William Scott, The Mini Comic Courier
Cabin Fever is gorgeous. Really beautiful. Jens has a really organic line, he’s one of those who blends cartoony with DARK really well. It looks fun, but has a foreboding of … Doom.
Optic Blast, Podcast
In June 2016 I did my third ever 24 hour comic (24 pages in 24 hours). I did it as a part of the annual Oslo 24h Challenge. I wanted to do a new story about Death at work, that is: Death picking up some poor soul. I had been thinking for a while: can […]
Issue FIVE! And all of that in less than a year, how the hell does he do it? And why!? Hasn’t he got a day job, hasn’t he got commitments, family, freelance work… What’s with all these comics?! I myself start to wonder sometimes. Recently I saw an interview with Nick Cave on YouTube, he […]
Death summons representatives from all walks of life, tempting them to dance along to the grave. I’ve been thinking about this for a while: I want to do a comic book/zine that is non-linear, based most of all on the plain craft of drawing. The result is this little project called Danse Macabre, a […]