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Art Talk – Rune Alexandersen

Rune Alexandersen is a Danish sculptor, artist and musician who first grabbed our attention thanks to his beautiful toy sculpting work – creating figures which evoke 1990s ‘Playmates Toys’ weirdness. All mutants, slime and monsters.

He has collaborated with Art Whore Approved toy makers ‘Good Leg Toys’ outta Germany and gained lots of fans due to his illustration, traditional art and music – With Rune being a mainstay of the Danish punk scene for years. Most recently playing in renowned death rock act ‘Moth’.

(Picture below of a self portrait by Rune)

Interestingly, Rune calls himself a man of craft. Not an artist… Bringing a very interesting idea to the table. Rune states:

“I don’t really like the word ‘Art’. To me, it’s dead. I doesn’t mean anything anymore – anything and everything can be art:

* A garbage can in a gallery: Art.
* A lampshade covered in dirt: Art
* A shitty painting, by somebody who can’t paint: (Ironic) Art.

I don’t buy into that. I think its about time we discard that term. To me, it has become a word, that is used to legitimize ones taste, as in ”Oh, THAT’s art!” BS.

What I do, I usually refer to as a craft. There are rules to how a picture works: contrasts, rhythm, composition, storytelling and so on. I would never call myself an artist.”

With Rune about to drop a collab art toy with our old friends ‘Good Leg Toys’ outta Germany, and constantly working on art of all types now is the perfect time to get to know Rune, by reading the Art Talk (Craft Talk?) interview, below…

Basics/Getting to Know

Name + D.O.B?

Rune M. Alexandersen
11 – 08 – 1985

(A recent picture of Rune, below)

City, State n Country you currently call home?

Right now, I live and work in the capitol of Denmark, Copenhagen.

City, State n Country you’re from?

I’m originally from a smaller town called Kolding (Also in Denmark).
I really miss the place.

(Pictures below of some color art by Rune)

Describe a memory from some stages of yr life ….basically trying to piece together your pivotal moments. Concerts, art, action-figures, romance, school, crime… ANYTHING man!

* age 5 – beginnings:

Early childhood was great for me, a lot of time spent with my family.
Also, I grew up in a safe neighborhood, with about 100 other kids, my age. TMNT, Transformers, Star Wars and GI Joe was all the hype, so lots of battles were fought in the sandboxes and the neighboring backyards.
Good times.

(Picture below of Rune as a kid)

* age 10 – continuations:

At age 10, it was still a lot of fun. I was really into Star Wars and comic books (Especially X-men).
I started creating my own comic books and super heroes.
My dad is an illustrator and has always been reading a lot of books, so he’d make sure I always had a healthy supply of comic books, books about movies and art supplies.

* age 15 – getting serious:

At age 15, things weren’t so great. I got bullied a lot, in school – I think it was because I was 15 and still playing with action-figures, drawing monsters and watching horrormovies.
I wasn’t that interested in girls, cars or computers and i didn’t talk much.. also, I sported a near-invisible stache (It wasn’t a statement, I just didn’t care) and a helmet of thick dandruff-ridden hair.
I wasn’t the cool kid.

(Picture below of Rune aged 17 or so)

* age 20 – young adult:

At age 20, things had been going pretty well, for some years. I made some new friends and reconnected with some old childhood-friends. I had met my first real girlfriend and a gotten into punk.
Punk saved me, back in the day, it was a way for me to say “Fuck you!” to the bullies. It was great.
I started playing in bands and just enjoyed myself.
I didn’t do much drawing – I guess I was too busy playing music and being punk.

* age 25 – adult mode:

At 25 I kind of hit a crisis. I got a bad case of tinnitus at a Suicide concert. Also, I attended the danish school of design, where I had this one teacher, Ken, who was great. He really got me.
Every semester, we had an exam, where we presented all the projects we had done, the last 6 months. Mine were shit, this one semester. I just didn’t care. So Ken flunked me in everything and said “I could have let you pass, with the lowest grades possible, but you wouldn’t have learned anything” I was gutted. This meant, that I had to do everything over, WHILE doing the next semester’s assignments at the same time.
He continued: “I’ll help you through this, we’ll do it together”
And we did. I passed everything, by doing nothing but hard work for the following semester.
I owe Ken a lot – he picked me up and taught me to work hard. When he left the school, at the end of my 3rd. year, I left.

* age 30 – fully formed:

Age 30 has been fucking amazing.
My music has taken me around the world, I have released vinyl records that sold really well (Ok, within a 2016 punk-scene sense), I’m collaboration with Goodleg Toys, my girlfriend and I moved into a great apartment, a production company is paying me to do these videos on Youtube, where I show kids how to draw cool stuff and I have been able to pay the bills, illustrating.
What more can I ask for?
I was told, by my dad, some time ago, that life gets easier the older you get.
I think he’s right!

* age 35 – adult continuations:

Not quite there yet, but I hope things will go on, as they are right now.

Personal motto?

‘Ain’t nothing to it, but to do it.’

Favorite TV show(s)?

Freaks and Geeks, Twin Peaks, Fraggle Rock and the 4th season of X-files.

Favorite sport(s) + teams?

I’m really not interested in sports… I do like to play basketball, though!
I had a big thing for the Toronto Raptors, when I was a kid.. only because their logo was cool.

(Picture below of the Toronto Raptors logo – used from 1995 to 20015)

Favorite movie(s)?

Star Wars trilogy, Alien trilogy, Back to the Future trilogy, Bladerunner… well, all the 70’s – 80’s classics, really.
Also, I have been watching all the classic 80’s slasher series (Friday 13th, Halloween, Hellraiser etc.). Good stuff!

Favorite books and comics?

Calvin & Hobbes and Gary Larson’s Far Side.

Art Questions

Favorite other artist(s)?

I really enjoy Wiktor Gorka from Poland. He was an amazing artist, who started out doing propaganda posters for the communist regime, but ended up doing movie and theatre posters. I have been fortunate enough to find two original lithographs of his.
Of course, there are a lot of other artists, but these days, my main inspirations are the box art from the original Masters of the Universe, Dino Riders, Transformers and TMNT. I really like the bright colors and all the fun, in those illustrations.
Oh, and the stuff that the reformed Misfits had made, back around 95′. I think it was, among others, Ed Repka who did that.
Oh! Oh! And Sam Ryser from NY – He plays in Crazy Spirit and does a lot of their artwork. Crazy stuff!!

Worst aspect of the contemporary art-hustle?

The lack of respect and/or understanding for the work.
If I had a dollar, for every time I heard the line: “Hey, could you just make me a bunch of drawings? I don’t have any money, but you get attention and a nice bottle of wine!” I’d be a rich man (Well, I’d have a least 10 bucks).

Best aspect of the contemporary art-hustle?

Meeting people through what you love to do, the most and the freedom you get from being self employed.

(Pictures below of some TMNT designs, re imagined by Rune)

Do you consider what you are making to be ‘art’, ‘design’, re-hashed crap?

I don’t really like the word ‘Art’. To me, it’s dead. I doesn’t mean anything anymore – anything and everything can be art:
* A garbage can in a gallery: Art.
* A lampshade covered in dirt: Art
* A shitty painting, by somebody who can’t paint: (Ironic) Art.
I don’t buy into that. I think its about time we discard that term.
To me, it has become a word, that is used to legitimize ones taste, as in ”Oh, THAT’s art!”
What I do, I usually refer to as a craft. There are rules to how a picture works: contrasts, rhythm, composition, storytelling and so on.
I would never call myself an artist.

When and why did you first start making ‘art’ (drawings, paintings, anything)?

I was born with a crayon in my hand.
Both my parents are professional creatives and my brother is an incredibly gifted dude. He is good at anything he does: drawing, sculpting, painting, singing etc. Its been rather frustrating to grow up with.

What did you draw and make as a pre-teen child?

Monsters, space-stuff, lots of blood and a lot of Ninja Turtles.

What did you draw and make as a teen?

I didn’t draw much, back then… well, ok, after I first saw Hellraiser, when I was around 13 years old, I would draw a lot of cenobites.
Other than that: Not much. I was more into collecting toys, back then.

(Pictures below of some B+W art by Rune)

Any pivotal artistic moment/influence?

Back in 2013 I was interning at a workshop, that do huge life size animals, like whales, fish and stuff like that, where I found out that I was actually pretty good at sculpting.
I posted some pictures of the process on a message board, where it got some attention.
Through this I got in contact with Goodleg toys and we started working together.
I really like the DIY culture of the bootleg resin-toy community. It’s very much like the punk-scene (When its done right, anyway).

Why + when did you decide to go in on the art hustle?

I have been fired from all other jobs, that I ever had: Mailman, cashier, telemarketer… You name it, I failed at it. Drawing is what I’m good at.
Also, the freedom, that it gives, to be self employed, is something I wouldn’t trade for anything.
I do what I love doing… it really doesn’t get any better than that, does it?
I started doing it professionally, when I dropped out of art-school. In 2013 I was offered a job, at a production company, creating models and puppets for two stop motion movies. Later, I went on to write, storyboard and do different odd jobs for the same company.

Describe the process of producing your art…

* Your sketches and illustrations?

When I start out, I have a loose idea of what I want to do, I sketch it out really roughly.
I then start to tighten it up a bit, giving the whole thing some shape.
Then I put it on my light box and follow the right lines.
When it’s done, I usually do the inking, with 0.7 Posca marker. It’s easy to control and the lines become really dense, when scanned.
Coloring is usually done with watercolors, which, in my case, is really time consuming.
So if it’s something that has to be done fast, I have started coloring in Photoshop.
It looks good, but nothing beats the old techniques.

(Pictures below showing Rune’s progression)

Toy Questions

Describe the process of producing your resin toys? – from original sculpt, moulding, production, to finally holding that sweet sweet finished product in your hands… (dot point all o.k.)

When I sculpt, it’s most of the time, HEAVILY inspired by the classic lines of TMNT and Toxic Crusaders, so my characters are mainly anthropomorphic. Some (Including myself) would call them rip-off.
I start out with finding an animal and a profession/culture/trait/dilemma and combine the two. For an example, I did a cat with cat-allergy, a fisherman Sturgeon or a fart in a bio hazard suit.
Then I roughly sketch it out and come up with funny details and gimmicks. I rarely have a finished design, before I start sculpting. I like to improvise, when I sculpt. When I have an idea of what I want to do, I start out with a wire armature of the legs and torso. I’m not sure why, but I have never made a figure with articulated legs.
I then start building up, what could be called muscles. I always work with Sculpey. Lately I have begun working with Sculpey Firm. Its a bit harder in consistency but easier to make fine details with. Also, a good set of tools is needed. I got mine through Games Workshop.
When the legs and torso are done, I make the head – this is by far my favorite part. This is where most of the character comes to life.
Finally I make the arms. This is, for some reason, the hardest part. If it looks right, when just looking at it, It doesn’t mean it looks good on photos. I’m sure there is a scientific explanation to this.The arms often come out too big, so I’ll have to redo them. I hate redoing things.
When the arms are done, I make a couple of weapons, an interchangeable limb or a sidekick, to go with the figure. You gotta have some accessories!
For my first figure, Mutant Steve, I did the molding myself. But I’m an idiot, in a workshop and I’m easily distracted, so it was a complete mess.
I found out about Goodleg Toys, whom I contacted and asked, if they wanted to do a collab and they said yes.
These guys are great – they have been really patient with my lack of knowledge of the casting process. On my first figures, I don’t have in mind, that I couldn’t have parts sticking out from the body – it all had to be firmly connected. No holes or gaps. It makes the casting a lot harder.
We come up with a color scheme together and they do the hard job of hand painting all the figures, packaging and shipping them out to the customers.
I did the painting myself, on the Mutant Steve figure and it was daunting (To say the least). I messed up bad, with that one. I sold them, myself, at a price that was way too high, the paintjobs where less than impressive and I didn’t ship them properly. I still feel bad about that, today.
I also design the card back with help from my girlfriend, Stine, who’s really good at Illustrator and Indesign. The designs are then sent to Goodleg and they have them printed, on card and the blisters produced and everything. Really cool.
It’s great to receive the final product – But I don’t dwell on it. I always start looking at what I could have done better and what I have to get fixed for the next production.
Of course, it’s great to have a result of the time put into a project and to show it to people.. but at the same time, it’s a bit stressful, because I’m never really happy with the final result.
I guess, that’s how it is to be creative?
Regardless, Pablo and Luke are great, I really appreciate what they do.
Denmark is right next to Germany, so I really hope to be able to visit them, at some point.

(Pictures below showing Rune’s sculpt for the Sergei the Sturgeon resin figure released by ‘Good Leg Toys’)

You have, and continue to collaborate a lot with ole ‘Good Leg Toys’…

* how’d you come to connect with the ‘Good Leg’ gang over in Germany?

I think I have answered this one, already 🙂

* what do you get from working collaboratively that you don’t get working alone?

Well, I like to work alone, when I draw – this is my domain. But when it comes to the resin toys, I love working with other people.
The next Mutant Bastard, which should be ready soon, is a collab between myself and JB Roe, a really cool dude, who’s work i really dig.
He did the design, that i sculpted and kind of gave it the Mutant Bastard look. This was a lot of fun. We clicked really well. He already made another design for a future Mutant Bastard. I found it very natural to translate his designs into my own style.
It’s like playing in a band: You write a song, that works, but then you have a bassplayer, who adds a cool bassline, or a finished song, that you just have to put some guitar on, that just boosts the whole thing, to another level.
It’s fun!

* what role do you (Luke + Pablo from ‘Good Legs’ + your self) each play in the toy making process when you collab?

This one has already been covered 🙂

Digital Vs Hand sculpting – what wins and why?

Hand sculpting, all the way.
I think digital sculpting is cheating and it takes all the life out of a design. There isn’t much space for coincidences and “happy accidents”, as Bob Ross would say.
It’s so depressing going to the toy shops, these days, compared to back in the day, when half the shop would be all the classic lines like TMNT, MOTU, GI Joe, Transformers, Bucky O’hare etc. All lines sculpted by hand, when the toy design was in focus. These sculpts are amazing. Mind blowing, that these where made by hand. I still discover details in figures, that I have had, since i was a kid.
Nowadays, it’s a movie designer, that designs a character, which is the translated into a toy, by some poor sculptor that have to translate a generic design into a toy. It’s designed for the screen – not to be a static design.
I have heard, from my brother, who is in the toy industry, that sometimes, they just take the 3D model from the movie and use that, for the final toy.
I know, I sound like a grumpy old fart… I probably am.

(Picture below of Rune’s Mutant Steve resin figure)

Are art-toys for the kids?

No, but I would love nothing more, for them to be.
I’d love to see Elegab, WWR, Cure and all those cool lines, as affordable toys, in the shops.
Of course, I’d love to see my own toys, being played with, by kids too.
Resin is just a really fragile material.

Is the rise of ‘art’ toys an indication of the changing nature of ‘art’? OR just a bunch of nerds with too much $$$ and time?

If I really have to use the term ‘art’ I would definitely say that, for an example, carded TMNT or GI Joe classifies as art. I have a lot of them hanging on my walls and I appreciate them, as somebody would do, a Rembrandt (Here comes the hate mail).
‘Art’ toys are also art… Or it should be classified as art. I mean, it’s a platform for artistic expression and it’s a lot more accessible, when it comes to price range. Ok, with a few exceptions.
I also love, that a lot of these toys are produced by people who are passionate. For an example, I love Elegab – He’s all DIY. Everything, except the casting of his toys, is done by himself.
It might be my background, being a kid of the 80’s/90’s, that I’m into this aesthetic, but I prefer my visual stimulation (I really try to avoid the term art), to be down to earth and fun.
If you have to explain a piece of art, it’s not doing its job and there’s a good chance that you’re a hack or (if you bought it) you’ve been hustled. Ok, that might be a bold statement… but I’m the one giving my opinion, so…my rules!

(Picture below of a gang of resin Überkrøppling by Rune)

Thoughts on the rise of resin as an artistic medium?

Resin is great – anyone can do it.
Just make sure to wear protective gear.
It’s really toxic.

(Pictures below showing Rune’s reinterpretation of the TMNT design, Scratch The Cat, renamed Flim Flam by Rune)

What role did toys play in your childhood?

A huge role!! Everything evolved around action figures. I was obsessed.
This was, of course, before the internet, so when a friend came to school with a TMNT figure, that I hadn’t seen before, I’d go nuts. It was a lot of  fun.
Also, it paved the foundation for everything I do, creatively, now.
I never really stopped collecting toys, to be honest.

What are the top 3 toys you own? – please include pictures!

Oh man, that’s a hard one.
Ok, since I have to narrow it down to 3, here goes:
First off: The Dino Riders T-Rex.
I always wanted this one as a kid, so when I finally found it, in a shop in Copenhagen, a few years ago – I went ape and bought it right away.
This was on the third date, with my girlfriend, Stine.

(Picture below of Rune’s Dino Riders: T Rex figure from ‘Tyco’)

Second: The Cure X-Ray Boogie
The X-Ray Boogie from Cure… whats not to like about it?: Clear vinyl, GID guts with a motion triggered LED inside… also, the head is GID too.


(Picture below of Rune’s X Ray Boogie sofvi from ‘Cure‘)

Third: Amanaman
The one and only.
The weird frogman, from Return of the Jedi, whom I had no idea was, when I was 5 years old. But I loved it, regardless… still do!!

(Picture below of Rune’s Star Wars: Amanaman figure – by ‘Kenner’)

Music Questions

What’s the ole Danish punk / weirdo scene like these days?

The punk scene in Denmark is pretty cool – but to be honest, I don’t partake much in it, other than play in bands and release vinyl records. There’s a lot seggregation and political bullshit, that I have no interest in.
It seems, that the people who should be working together, are much more focused on each others differences, instead of focusing on the opinions they share. To me, it’s dumb.
Also, there is very little room for discussion. There’s a lot of  demonization of the people, who you disagree radically with. I don’t know. To me, that doesn’t really give me much hope for future change.
So I try to connect with the folks, that want to be creative, work together and do cool stuff.
I have been very fortunate to find a great bunch of like minded.

Favorite other musicians / bands?

I know it’s a cliche, but The Misfits and The Ramones are my all time favorites. Hands down.
These days I listen a lot to the classic Danish band No Hope For the Kids. It’s melodic and melancholic punk rock about war. Great stuff.
Me and my friend Mathias of mine are doing a series of post-punk 12” benefit compilations to help different humanitarian groups in Syria and we are currently planning the next one, so we are looking for bands to put on it. So i also listen to a lot of post-punk from around the world, these days.
Currently, some of my favorites are Masses, from Australia, Dame from the states and Kold Front from Denmark.

When and why did you first start making music?

When I was about 16 – It took me quite some time, to learn how to write a decent song, so a lot of it, was really bad, back then!
Why? It was fun – writing music and getting drunk, with your best friends.. nothing beats it.

Any pivotal musical moment / influence?

The first time I saw the video to The Ramones’ Pet Semetary, when I was 13 years old. It blew me away. I loved everything about it.
Fun fact: Dee Dee wrote that song, in about 15 minutes (Or so I’ve heard).

What does punk mean to you and why?

Punk is all about solidarity and DIY mentality. If you’re unhappy about how things are, do something about, the best you can.
If you find it too hard to do alone, team up with like minded people and make it work.

You have released a split 7inch with Australian band ‘Infinite Void’ and your main band ‘Moth’…

I can’t really recall how I initially got in contact with Infinite Void… I think it was through the first post-punk compilation, we did back in 2015 where we contacted them and I got in touch with Alicia, their bass player, to ask if they wanted to be part of the comp. And from then, we just kept in steady contact. I don’t remember who asked who, but it happened and I’m still really excited about this release.
I love Infinite Void!!
By the way, I should probably mention, that MOTH just broke up.

* what are your thoughts on Australians and the music scene here?

I have a feeling, that the Australian scene, well at least the post-punk scene, is on fire. I know of 3 bands that are all really good: Infinite Void, Masses and Grey Places.
Also Deep Heat is great, but I think they are more of an indie band!!

* any plans to come to Australia for a tour?

I would love to, but at the moment, I don’t think it’s gonna happen anytime soon.

(Picture below of ‘Moth’ – Rune’s last band)

Gotta ask you about playing live… so:

* …best gig and why?

The best gig, was with MOTH, when we played at San La Muerte, in San Antonio – It felt like we played for about 300 people, we were really tight and I met a lot of great people, from around the world.

* …worst on the road experience?

Going on a short tour, with a band on the brink of breaking up.
That was weird.

* …best on the road experience?

Back in the day, when i was new to playing punk and play shows.

We would borrow one of our parent’s cars, drive to the show, play, get drunk, pass out and go back home the day after.
Lots of fun.

* …and uhh… what are the chicks like?

Like everywhere else, I guess!

(Pictures below of Rune playing live)

Odds n Ends

Which 1990’s era cartoon, would you most like to see in a tribute sex toy, and why?

Ok, Ghostbusters is from the 80’s, but “The Slimer” is too good, not to use.
Also, the tag-line is a no-brainer: Makes you slime every time!

(Picture below of Rune’s Slimer tribute dildo)

Who would win in a fight and why: The Ramones Vs. The TMNT?

The Turtles would definitely win:
I read, that Joey was scared of blood, so after the first punch to the kisser, he would most likely bleed and freak out. He’s out of the fight.
Tommy was a small and friendly dude – he would stand no chance against Raph. Tommy is out.
Dee Dee was chill, so he would probably just befriend Mike, eat pizza and do drugs.
So that’s a 2X KO. Dee Dee and Mike are out.
Ok, so here’s Ramones’ wildcard: Johnny!!
Johnny was a bully, aggressive and a no bullshit kinda guy. He would most likely fucking hate the green brothers. I’m pitting him against Don, the nerd. There’s a chance, that Johhny would win this one.
So it’s 3 – 2 to the Turtles.
The problem is now, that its Raph and Leo against Johnny. No matter how pissed of Johhny is, he couldn’t beat the both of them.
So it’s a solid victory to the 4 Turtles (Sans Mike)

(Picture below of the epic battle!)

Please describe your experiences growing up in Denmark?

I liked it – I grew up in Kolding, which is one of the smaller cities in Denmark, with a population of 60.000. We have free healthcare, we get payed to get an education and we have workers unions, so most of it is good.
Not perfect, but good.
Though, these days, Denmark have jumped the right wing bandwagon. It’s all about xenophobia and capitalism.
It’s scary.

Who was your 1st crush and why?

My first real crush was a girl from my hometown – we met when I was 16 or 17. I’m not sure.
It was wild. I had just left (what is the equivalent to) high school, and left all the bullying behind, I started getting friends and then, all of the sudden, girls are interested in me (Being 16 and having a Mohawk, in a small town apparently is really interesting, to the girls of the same age).
It was a couple of intense years, experiencing all the things, a normal teenager experience over, say, 7 years. I did it in 2. It was like being on drugs.
Our relationship lasted for, on an off, about 10 years.

Does sex change everything?

It changes a lot!!

(Pictures below of some art by Rune)

Please describe your latest dream in detail…

I don’t remember my latest dream, but I’ll give you the last one that made an impression:
I was back-stage at a Justin Bieber concert, when I see the stage people running frantically around, yelling. I approach them and ask what’s up. They tell me that one of their dancers are missing, and that they need a back-up. I tell them that I can do it… I actually, really hard, convince them that I’m their man. Well knowing, that i have zero chance of doing this right.
They tell me to strip down to my shorts and go on stage. It’s huge. There are millions of people, just looking at me…. in my trunks. I have the physique and taint of the creepy zombie-girl from Rec.
Not a pretty sight to behold.
I start doing my moves, hoping nobody notice. But they do. Oh, how they do. Everybody.
Justin starts crying, the dancers start laughing and the crowd starts booing.
I’m being pulled of stage.
I felt so bad.
I woke up feeling bad… for Justin Bieber.
Once, I also dreamt, that i tried to impress a dog, by telling it, that I lived in a trashcan.
If it worked, I have no recollection of.

Of everything you have done what would you most like to be remembered for and why?

Being a decent person.
It’s all that matters.

Drugs – waste of time or gateway to the universe?

If you can control it: Go nuts.
I don’t really do drugs, though, if its with the right people i like to smoke weed, once in a while.

Please describe what you think the Danish Psyche/Zeitgeist is today?

Lots of fear of the unknown, lots of kicking downwards/inwards and it seems that a lot of people have been raised to believe that they are special, per default.
A lot of snowflake mentality.
… I sound pretty negative, huh?

The Future

Any collaborations on the horizon?

Yes! I have two new Mutant Bastards coming up, via Goodleg Toys – One of them is Abaddon, the lord of Space Hell, that JB Roe designed, It’s gonna be killer!!
Also, I have, as mentioned earlier, a ”show” on Youtube, where I teach kids to draw cool stuff. We are gonna try and get it out there, promote it and do a bunch of workshops around Denmark.

Any major projects you want to hype?

Other than that, I’m mainly focused on my music.

(Picture below of a cake made and designed by Rune)


  • Rune Alexandersen – Blog
  • Rune Alexandersen – Instagram
  • ‘Moth’ – BandCamp
  • ‘Saudade’ (Rune’s record label) – Facebook
  • ‘Elektriske Plader’ (Rune’s vinyl online store) – Shop

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