It opens on April 18, at Konstfack in Stockholm, and the kids will be on hand to teach everyone how it's done.
Here are a few of the works, with captions by the artists:
Adja Krook, 4 years old
"My dad lives in the picture, my dad is called Franz. There's a lion that is going to eat my dad, and I'm scared. I shouted "Dad! Dad!" Then I called the ambulance and they fixed my dad. He had blood on him. It flashes, I had my birthday there... Emma, Elin and dad and Niklas got to give me a present."
Nadja Olsson, 5 years old
"She has flower on the sweater. Actually, she has black hair, but she
coloured it once. She had light hair to start with. When I drews it,
I drews it like this, and like this... She went into the forest and
kept picking flowers."
Meena Turabi 5 years old
"It's called 'Lisa got bad'. Lisa won't let the other girl play with them. That made her kick her foot because she didn't get to play with them. Then mum came and told her she couldn't go outside. She took her hand they went home."
Dalliso Larvaez Phiri, 5 years old
"I've made a sun and a tree and green grass. Then a Dalliso. Then a
snail. Mum who looked at the snail and then jumped over the snail,
and then Daliso picked apples. And then there was sun and mum was
happy and I was happy."
* For more info go to Fantasifabriken.