“The Queen Drottningen”

235,29  incl. VAT, plus shipping & handling

  • Edition of 15
  • Inkjet print on Hahnemühle Natural Line Hemp 290 gsm
  • 20 x 30 cm / 7.87 x 11.81 in
  • Signed, numbered & titled on reverse
  • Certificate of authenticity
  • Sleeved and in archival box
  • Shipped worldwide

30% of the proceeds will go to an NGO to support the continuation of the fight against clearcutting of old growth boreal forests in Sapmi.


This beautiful old pine tree called “Drottningen” (the Queen), is about 650 years old. During her long lifetime, this old growth boreal tree captures more carbon than her fast growing cousins from the Amazon. Sadly enough forests like this one in Fänstjärnsskogens naturreservat have grown very rare in Sweden. Since November 2020, a dispute has flared up in Sweden between the Sami community of Luokta Mavas and the largest, state-owned forest owner, Sveaskog. 29 Sami communities have launched a campaign with the singer and activist, Sofia Jannok, to stop the clear-cutting of reindeer winter pastures.

Initial successes have been achieved and the planned clear-cutting of approximately 700 hectares of boreal old-growth forest has been stopped. Unfortunately Sveaskog will move to the next forest to continue this climate-damaging practice, as has been done since 60 years. Already 72% of the lichen-rich forests have been lost in Sweden.

Dimensions 30 × 20 cm
Maren Krings Photography
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