Thursday, May 16th, 2013
Pitter Patter Pets, another limited-edition screen print of mine. It is A4 size, and available for purchase.
Silkscreen Print, 4 Colors
Paper Size A4 (210 x 297 mm / 8.3 x 11.7 in)
Limited Edition of 52
Signed and Numbered
Munken Pure Matte White Paper, 240 g/m2
Unframed (Frame and Passe-partout are Recommended)
Price without shipping 55 EUR | 83 US$
Monday, June 4th, 2012
I made this bunch for a three-page
Welt am Sonntag feature on mobility and traffic. I went for a whimsical touch that resorts to using more areas of color than outlines.
It was huge fun turning around stuff like bikers, car drivers, subway trains, trucks, policemen, pedestrians walking their dogs, and a hedgehog on a surfboard.
Sunday, February 27th, 2011
In my latest assignment for
Süddeutsche Zeitung, I have composed a cadavre exquis for the career section that runs across a major part of the page.
This formerly surrealist concept works with folded pages; the top parts showing the head of a person or animal, the middle parts the torso, and the bottom parts the legs.
My “exquisite corpse” shown below was designed in a slightly three-dimensional fashion. It consists of a cowboy, a crocodile, a gorilla, a robot, a little boy, a tree, a skirt, and a fish.
MORE INFO | > MORE WHIMSICAL
Friday, February 18th, 2011
For the German edition of
The Invisible Gorilla (Piper Verlag), I created a fun little flip book animation that shows a walking gorilla. The animation is placed at the bottom of the pages.
If a gorilla walked out into the middle of a basketball pitch, you’d notice it. Wouldn’t you?
The Invisible Gorilla is a fascinating look at the unbelievable, yet routine tricks that your brain plays on you.
Christopher F. Chabris and Daniel J. Simons won the 2004 Ig Nobel Prize in Psychology for Gorillas in Our Midst. Chabris is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at Union College in New York.
Thursday, November 25th, 2010
Don’t you just love this card from 1909?
Thursday, September 30th, 2010
This is some of my latest mixed-media animal artwork showing an elephant, a lion, and a crocodile. Go, pets, go.
MORE COLLAGE ART | > MORE ANIMALS
TOP: E is for Elephant (using a photo from my mom’s as a kid for the hare, and part of a shopping list from my grandmother’s for the elephant’s ear)
BELOW: L is for Lion
BOTTOM: C is for Crocodile
Monday, June 21st, 2010
Here’s a fun image on the topic of British-US influences on Canadian English. It uses the individual countries’ national animals – a moose (Canada), the British lion, and the US eagle.