Did you ever try to describe a feeling you have, and then, looking inside yourself for clues, you suddenly discover a calm ocean or a dark forest? I have that quite a lot. “Full of” is a collection of these moments and explorations. It portraits human emotions in a curious way and tries to find out what a feeling could look like inside.
As I have been turning emotions into pictures most of my life, I was very excited to make this series to be exhibited at the WUK.
Sync - an illustration about human connection
Cages - an illustration about inhibition
Ocean - an illustration about longing and memories
In each issue the Great Snake Magazine is asking artists to create a comic based on a scientific text. I got the chance to tackle the topic "Trauma" and to show the inner landscape of a traumatized person, but also how outside help can bring you on top of yourself again.
My favourite Hostel in Vienna started selling their own craft beer! I am proud that my little elephant illustration found its way onto every bottle and will hopefully bring wary travellers some happy moments :)
"OEBB's Customer Care is award-worhty. Actually they just won an award for their Customer Care. The ECCCSA (ecccsa.com) And to promote their great service we created this short as an introduction for their submission to the award. Subsequently we take a closer look at three examples of the OEBB customer care."
Another great collaboration with Hostel Ruthensteiner: we redesigned their dorm rooms and dedicate each of them to a different famous Viennese person. I am still sure I picked the best ones with Egon Schiele and Sigmund Freud ;)
Interpretation of dreams: while you lie down on a very freudian couch you can think about your dreams and share them on a chalkboard-paint locker, accompanied by a dreamy illustration.
Always having my Sketchbook with me, I try to turn the feeling of every place I go into a quick drawing. Sometimes it also fits perfectly into the landcape there and becomes part of my travel memory collection :)
Together with the design studio BUERO R we thought about ways to explain accessible hearing aids by die hörwelt. I developed the concept of "the man in the ear" which fishing for important information and letting pass all the noise.
Conceptual Illustration about the feeling of being with "the elephant in the room" - an english saying which describes the situation in which everyone in the room is aware of an uncomfortable topic or information, but avoids talking about it.
These illustrated cards can be a lot of things: A conversation starter, a little help when you are stuck for words or just a nice and different way to say something. (Created in close collaboration with Magdalena Achleitner)