They were commissioned to create a paper craft illustration for the Swedish young adult magazine's March cover. Hem ljuva hem means home sweet home, and the theme of the issue is the housing sector crisis in Sweden.
Interestingly, Ollanski graduated from Karolinska Institute in Stockholm where he studied Biomedicine with a specialization in Molecular Neurobiology. Six years ago, he left his PhD position at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics in Berlin to pursue a lifelong passion for drawing, painting, and building the type of dimensional paper craft models you see here.
Just like movie scenes that are left on the cutting room floor, the colorful paper flowers at the lower corners didn't make it onto the final cover, but this next image shows more of Ollanski's spring blooms on Milk X magazine's March calendar page.
Photography: Caroline Wimmer
As a freelance illustrator and paper artist, he is represented by Cosmopola in Germany and ArtAssociates in the Netherlands. Ollanski says his main goal is to get better and better and better. This city scene looks quite detailed and impressive to me!
Ud & Se editorial photography: Caroline Wimmer
Ollanski created 3D house and man models for the November/December 2013 issue of Danish Ud & Se magazine to accompany text about Danish statistics.
One last example of his fine work (see more on his website and Behance) is this winged unicorn created for