This has nothing to do with my work. The beautiful image on the wall is a print by Erik Marinovich. My husband gifted it to me for mother’s day. Last weekend, we finally came around to hang it up. The message, colours and the kick ass lettering make me so happy! I had to share this. A huge thank you to you, Peter!
I’ve been busy with work these last weeks and I hope to finally update my almost ancient project page on this site with some new work. The 3 branding jobs I am currently involved in are still in the making, so I can’t show anything on that front yet. But I thought, I’d post a small personal project that I work on whenever I have time and motivation. Ever since I took part in a kids book project in the illustration class during studies, I dreamed of illustrating a “real” book that will be published one day. I started illustrating several ideas but as it happens so often, for whatever reasons, I didn’t pull through. Ah well. Let’s hope this one will at least be finished one day 🙂 Jump for a little teaser of the work in progress. Read more →
In preparation of Ludwig van Beethoven’s 250th jubilee in 2020, my dear Dad invited artists from Bonn, Germany (Beethoven’s place of birth) to think about how Beethoven would look like today. If you’re interested, head over to the project on my Dad’s website Treffpunkt-kunst.net. Be warned, it’s in german though… Read more →
For the illustrations to each book in Willow Summers’ Skyline Trilogy, I wanted to explore the wonderful style of Malika Favre’s sophisticated, simplified, colour-reduced vector illustrations. Granted, I missed the mark on that one, but I still learned a thing or two. And it was just fun to pick one of the many expressive scenes to illustrate. Read more →
And here’s the final image in the series. It’s the only book that takes place not in the woods but in New York and I found it heaps easier to give it a sophisticated feel. Maybe it’s just because of no nature and more straight lines 🙂 Read more →