Thanks so much Bored Panda for publishing an article about my Mindshots on your front page! See the whole series here.
Between commissioned projects, I’m working on my new portfolio website for quite some time. Getting closer to the launch. Just working on the final tweaks now and hope to publish it soon.
You can now find new insights into the book on Behance.
A few titles are in German. If you would like me to send you a list of translated titles (in English and/or Italian) please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Published by Knesebeck-Verlag Munich, 2018.
18 x 18 cm, Hardcover
I’m very happy and excited to be part of the new FC Bayern München Magazine “51”. If you take a closer look at the official video, you will find a few illustrations. I will share the full project soon.
Just visited my local Thalia. Very exited to find my book here in my hometown Bielefeld, Germany.
It’s such a pleasure to find this article about my first book on the Page Website. Thank you very much Claudia Gerdes for the kind words. You can find it here.
On August 16th my first book »50 Mindshots« will be in stores published by »Knesebeck-Verlag«. 50 minimalistic illustrations all about our daily life, controversial hot topics and deeply human issues. From cyber mobbing, freedom of the press, exploitation of resources and burnout to the beautiful struggles of being in love. The inspiration for each piece comes from personal impressions while working, talking, watching a movie, hanging out with friends or while getting bored in the dentist’s waiting room.
I enjoyed to work on this series with Bernd Ewers from SeitenPlan Agency. It shows seven conversations and scenes in the office for the German »Volksbank Magazine«. You can see the whole project here.
I had the pleasure to work with Klas Neidhardt and Claudia Hélinck on this long term project in 2017 and 2018. It shows seven step-by-step illustrations to explain interesting things for various issues of the sport magazine »Fit For Fun«.
Heat pump illustrations for the Vaillant annual magazine plus one illustration of the Eiffel Tower. I enjoyed the challenge to lend dynamism and movement to the static structure of heat pumps. A huge thanks goes to Horst Gerlach for the pleasant collaboration. See the whole series here.