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«.
This report from 2017 for the German TV was so much fun. A huge thanks goes to Christian Keller for the beautiful shots.
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.
In this series you will find a selection of illustrations for various magazines created between 2016 and 2018, using different techniques, like watercolors, scribble portraits and digital drawings. The client list includes the Munich Airport, MAN, Philanthropy, Alumnus and Fit For Fun. See the whole series here.
I am very glad for a special delivery today – just received my personalized trophy from the Communication Arts »Award of Excellence 2018« for the winning entry “Mindshot: Freedom of the press”. Thank you so much Communication Arts!
When Art Director Andreas Liedtke from »Horizont« Magazine asked me to create a portrait our of hand written quotes, I was very exited as I haven’t done anything like this before. It was a lot of fun and I’m looking forward to create more of these kind of portraits. You can check the project here.