In a small village in Finland lives the world-famous artist-illustrator Inge Löök. Inge Look – pseudonym of the artist, real name Ingeborg Lievonen. “I would like people to stop sometimes and not rush headlong, so that they can be satisfied with what they have.” It seems to me that one of the holy truths of life is life at the moment. So that the value of the current second is remembered. ”
As a child, Inge lived with her family in Helsinki. Next to them lived two elderly women, who later became the prototype of the real “Finnish old woman” (Aunties series). The artist admits that although the fictional characters look very much like her ex-neighbors, they are much more fun!
In life, Inge is full of optimism and joy that undoubtedly shines through on her creativity. “Finnish old women” are always happy and have fun “to the full” with their motto: “Time is not money, and spending it is not a flaw.” The first picture of grandmothers appeared in 2003, now there are about 40 of them.