Världsmästarcykeln in new colours


Most of the time we use black paint in the printshop but it is something special with colour as well.

It’s really exciting when we stand there with the primary colors: cyan, magenta, yellow, white and black and try to concretize the idea of a colour we have in mind.


Here is the new colours, GREEN, BROWN and VIOLET

Världmästarcykeln Green, 64 x 46 cm, printed on Munken Pure.

Världmästarcykeln Brown, 64 x 46 cm, printed on Munken Pure.

Världmästarcykeln Violet, 64 x 46 cm, printed on Munken Pure.

By |2020-04-17T11:17:25+02:00February 27th, 2015|ON WALL|Comments Off on Världsmästarcykeln in new colours

Urban Cube Calendar

The idea came up for the first time when we biked around looking for numbers for urbnCal 2012 in Helsinki, where many of the street numbers were placed on light cubes. One of the ideas with our wall calendar urbnCal was to make something physical in a digital world. In this calendar we are taking it one step further, the cubes are meant to be handled daily and turned to the current date. Another important part is that you can use it for many years, it’s a sustainable fellow.

12 street numbers screen printed by hand on quality cardboard from Norrmalms Kartongfabrik, glued together in the shape of cubes.
The calendar is inspired by Esa’s mother who every morning grabbed two small wooden cubes and turned to the date, then the weekday and sometimes the month. Our version of the calendar is reduced to just show the date to get a stronger and clearer expression.





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Mini Notebooks

We call them mini and they are so small that they are just right to keep along with a smartphone (60 x 105 mm) to quickly scribble down what comes into your mind!

Our mini have the same basis as Jollygood Notebooks, 64 pages of the same lovely silky paper (Munken Pure 100g) thick enough so that the ink does not go through. They have no extra cover, the motifs are carved in rubber (by us) and then stamped/printed by hand on every little Mini.

The idea came to us after using our Jollygood Notebooks for a while, we felt that we wanted to complement with something even smaller, even more accessible. Here they are, like little sisters to our Jollygood Notebooks: Mini Notebooks!

We have explored the possibility of using them for flip book animations and just want to do more! A basic technique which suits us fine, you can see our trials on instagram #jollygoodflip. And we’d love to see yours there too!

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A pen on a piece of paper is something very special for us. Sometimes there is no app that can compete with a physical notebook.

Here are nice pages from our wall calendar urbnCal and test prints  from the screenprint workshop given new life as covers for our notebooks. We cut up and select nice parts to match the cover.

For the inlay we have felt our way through several papers to get to the ultimate, an uncoated paper that still isn’t too rough, but thick enough so that the ink doesn’t go through. We chose Munken Pure 100g, an environmentally friendly swedish paper. 64 pages in a practical A6 format (105 × 148 mm or 4.13 × 5.83 in) so it can slip down in your pocket or bag.

The box is made in Stockholm by norrmalmskartongfabrik a great place for paper nerds and screen printed by us. In the jollygoodfellow shop you find them as pack of 12 in a box or pack of 2.

This is notebooks our way, it’s JOLLYGOOD NOTEBOOKS!




By |2020-04-17T11:17:25+02:00January 11th, 2014|NOTEBOOKS|1 Comment


Ĉu vi parolas Esperanton? (Do you speak Esperanto?)

It’s really fascinating this ambitious idea to create a new language to foster harmony between people. Esperanto is, after 125 years, still spoken, but I guess English is hard to compete with (which we also use on this web site). If it wasn’t for M. A. Numminen we might not have thought about it  that much. But a language he knows and even sings in must be worth a hand silkscreened poster!

Esperanto is the most widely spoken constructed international auxiliary language. Its name derives from Doktoro Esperanto (“Esperanto” translates as “one who hopes”), the pseudonym under which L. L. Zamenhof published the first book detailing Esperanto, the Unua Libro, on July 26, 1887. Zamenhof’s goal was to create an easy-to-learn and politically neutral language that transcends nationality and would foster peace and international understanding between people with different regional and/or national languages.


This poster is part of a series we are working on that explores the graphic expression of languages (and the relationships between people) with the starting point in Sweden, where we live.

Buy it here in our shop!

See also ABÇ-plansch.


By |2020-04-17T11:17:26+02:00December 11th, 2012|ON WALL|1 Comment

2013 NORDIC in a tree

We had a fantastic release party, people have left, but a tree full of next year’s days remain.

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Sisaret poster

Sisaret is the Finnish word for sisters, you can read more about the print  “Sisaret” and have a look at the tote bag – version here.

The poster is  screen printed by hand on heavy off-white (Munken Pure 240g) uncoated swedish paper.
Size: 46×64 cm (18×25 inches) Stamped title and  signed with pencil (which you can also see in the picture below).

Available here !


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ABÇ-plansch (poster)


For us it has been a lot of numbers in recent years, so now it’s time for some characters.

The inspiration for this print comes from our new hometown Malmö (in the southern part of Sweden). A city where about 50% of the population has other native languages than Swedish. The ABÇ-plansch, an extended abc-poster, is our way of celebrating the great variety of expressions and a chance for us to enjoy exiting graphic shapes.

The selection is based on form and we have focused on the Latin alphabet and languages found in Europe. After some research we had an overwhelming amount of characters, to get the abc-feeling we kept 26 at a large size and placed the rest in three lines at the bottom of the print.





We think this print fits in a kids room (since today’s gifted kids already know how to read before they start kindergarten 😉 or to anyone who enjoy a graphic look.

Paper: Munken Pure 240g
Edition: Numbered 200
Print: Screen printed by hand
Typeface: Museo Sans
Design: L. E. Tanttu – jollygoodfellow, Sweden

Available at Supermarket and Nordic Design Collective.

By |2020-04-17T11:17:27+02:00May 16th, 2012|ON WALL|1 Comment