"Law firms pushed to promote more women" - this is the title of the a recent news article in the weekly Financial News London. I have collaborated with Financial News London over the past 4 years creating illustrations for their cover stories. It's always a pleasure teaming up the art director to find a graphic solution for occasionally complex issues in the financial sector.
Over the years and by learning through experience I have come to the conclusion: there are three important factors that determine if a commission is worthwhile going for. 1. That it's an interesting project that you can learn from and get excited about. Does it comply with your values? 2. That the pay is good and fair - be sure to consider how much time and energy will go into the creative process 3. That the team or client you'll work with is competent, fun, reliable and ins
In 2021 the annual Science Ball at the Wiener Rathaus (City Hall) won't take place at the end of January - for obvious reasons. However, I had the great opportunity to create the last three ball posters for the event, so, in remembrance of creating these posters and dancing at the wonderful balls here's a little walk down memory lane.
I had the pleasure of creating an illustration for the Washington Post for an article written by Sophie Egan about how other people's #foodallergies are changing what you eat. Check it out! http://wapo.st/2zjFT9N
I have just been featured on the Hungarian website szoftver.hu with an article I wrote about how I became an illustrator. The Hungarian software information portal keeps readers updated on creative software products, news and advice. Check out the article here (English text below).
Thank you szoftver.hu! Every day is a creative adventure as an illustrator I love my job: I am a digital illustrator. I create visuals for newspapers, magazines, packaging, as well as commercial a
If you have ever lived in Vienna, you will probably have taken the Viennese underground (U-Bahn) at one time or another. The current U-Bahn system consist of 5 lines - U1, U2, U3, U4 and U6 - and each line has a distinct feel to it. There is a very different atmosphere on the U4, for example, than on the U6. The journalists of NZZ.at wrote 5 articles about the 5 metro lines, analysing the phenomena of U-Bahn life and the contrasting worlds of each underground route. Read more
Something great happened to me this summer: I received an email from the international design agency Protein (www.prote.in) asking if I would like to illustrate the packaging design for the multinational beverage company Anheuser Busch (www.ab-inbev.com). The project was to create illustrations for an advent calendar case with craft beer. I was over the moon! And totally enjoyed working with Protein. The advent calendar beer case with 24 bottles of craft beer was sold in 4 co