|Sara Granér's bicycling bears are visible close to the Central Station of Malmö.|
|Lars Krantz' allegory about drinking alcohol, with a zombie version on the other side.|
|Nanna Johansson's image of a participant of the festival.|
|Karolina Bång's cowgirl.|
|Coco Moodysson's self-portrait as a young girl.|
|One of the characters from Åsa Ekström's Sayonara September.|
|Katten Nils (Nils The Cat) by Johanna Kristiansson and Joakim Gunnarsson.|
|The official comics "hang-out" place at the festival.|
As if this was not enough, there is also an official hang-out area for comics, organised again by Josefin Svenske, this time in the capacity of teacher at the Comic Art School of Malmö. Here you can meet students from the school and see them create comics and art on the spot.
|One of many signs, proclaiming where you should go, designed by Nanna Johansson.|
Finally, all over the festival you can see some really beautiful signs, designed by Nanna Johansson, who has also designed the huge maps of the festival area spread out all through the city. This all makes me feel as if I was back at the comics festival in Angoulême, France, where all the street signs are in the shape of speech balloons. All in all, comics are, rightly so, a large and visually distinct part of Malmöfestivalen.