For STERN magazine I
created an illustrated
map of the Hajj.
The Hajj is one of
the largest pilgrimages
in the world, and is
the fifth pillar of
Islam, a religious duty
that must be carried
out at least once in
their lifetime by
Muslim who can
afford to do so.
BIER, BARS & BRAUER
PHANTOME UND PAROLEN
For Süddeutsche Zeitung.
Personal Project (8)
For Wall Street Journal
BLACK JACK BALL
For Cigar Aficionado magazine. (2)
for ELTERN family.
For Knesebeck Verlag.
JAGUAR X JUNIQE
Art collaboration (4)
FOOD TRENDS 2017
For essen & trinken (5)
Silk Screen Print
Silk Screen Print
WORLD OF CORN
for Handelsblatt Magazine. (4)
For Waldbau magazine (2)
For Allianz 1890 (5)
for FOCUS Gesundheit (6)
Feature for WWF magazine (3)
For AIDA Cruises (4)
TRASH CAN PROJECT
Animal portraits for cologne zoo (8)
for Handelsblatt Magazin.
DO IT YOURSELF
Illustrations for DER FEINSCHMECKER (5)
Foreign study. (4)
Illustrated map for STERN magazine.
Illustration for ATLAS magazine.
for Delivered magazine (3)
Limited Edition Silkscreen.
for STERN magazine. (8)
for ATLAS magazine.
Illustration for Whisky Advocate magazine.
Limited Edition Silkscreen
Illustrations for new outdoor magazine WALDEN. (5)
World map and 4 Spots.
Illustration for TASCHEN.
for DB mobil (9).
Micro Adventure (4)
THE STATE OF REALITY
Illustrated map for The Hollywood Reporter.
Portrait for STERN magazine. (2)
Cover Illustration for Stern magazine.
for WAGEN EINS. (2)
Cover illustration for the alumni magazine of Columbia GS.
Buy in tournaments.
Cover Illustration for Market Watch.
SERVUS AUS BAYERN!
Decor illustration for collector mugs.
ALIEN ARRIVAL DAY
For Playboy magazine.
"Present and Unaccounted For"
Sports illustrations for 'Gesund leben Spezial'. (6)
Maps for AMERICAN COWBOY magazine. (7)
Moodboard illustrations for 'Schöner Wohnen' magazin. (5)
STERN feature about testing restaurants in germany.
THE WRONG GIFT
Illustration for 'Women's Health' magazine.
DIE KLEINE BRIGITTE
Riddle illustration for kids for BRIGITTE magazine.
Poster project for EAST END PRINTS, London. (5)
'Diplomacy on the Rocks' for Newsweek magazine. (4)
A series of illustrations for 'stern' magazine. (7)
How to make olive oil - Illustration for BEEF! magazine.
Illustrations for 'stern'- magazine.
Children of the World for GEOmini. (6)
FUTURE OF WORK
Illustrations for the PSFK Future of Work Report 2013. (6)
Illustrations and inforgraphics for WDV Corporate Publishing. (7)
Illustrations for Philadelphia magazine. (5)
Illustration 'Fair Standards' for Pace, Syngenta Thrive Magazine.
Initial illustrations for DB mobil. (3)
EAT THE WORLD
Map and icons for BEEF! magazine. (7)
Illustrated Maps for 'essen & trinken' magazine (6)
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