Rakel and Sarah Wienberg were born in Denmark, and grew up in a small village near the sea. They were part of a big family with love, chaos, and a lot of freedom to explore. The Scandinavian sisters started early to develop a shared experience of creativity. It began as play, but developed into a way of life. 

In the early 2000s, the emerging artists moved to London, where Sarah got a BA (Hons) in sculpture from Wimbledon College of Art, and Rakel did a BA (Hons) in Film making at MetFilm School, Ealing.

Their art is a testament to the synergy of sisterhood—a shared language that transcends words. In the realm of their collaboration, playfulness is not just an aesthetic choice but a philosophy. It's a celebration of the childlike curiosity that fuels creativity and creates a space to experience joy and wonder, as well as allowing for expression of complex and dark aspects of the human emotional experience.