Jan Berglin is a Swedish cartoonist who made his debut in the Uppsala student newspaper Ergo in 1985. After completing his studies, Berglin has been living in Gävle where he works as a teacher of Swedish and religion. He published his early strips in the local social democratic newspaper Arbetarbladet, but became known to a wider audience in 1995, when he started to draw for the nationally distributed newspaper Svenska Dagbladet. Berlin's comics often consist of 4 panels and are based on everyday situations as well as literary and philosophical references or reflections. Berglin often cooperates with his wife Maria Berglin on his strips, and therefore signs them with "Berglins".
Artwork © 2014 Jan Berglin
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