In her projects under the name Vintrafors Design, Katarina Vintrafors often works against society’s established norms. “I enjoy fighting conventions, swimming against the current,” she says. “Especially in children’s books, I want to show how diverse society really is and that we are equal regardless of gender, colour or sexual orientation. A family can consist of two mums and one child, for example. And kids should really be proud of who they are, regardless.” With a fascination for science and anatomy, Vintrafors often combines elements of wildlife with fantasy and Nordic mythology. Some of her prints feature characters intertwined with nature, for instance women with branches growing out of their hair.