I know it’s a bit early but we already released our new fruity 2020 calendar, featuring 12 seasonal fruits. Printed on heavyweight recycling carton with spiral binding. I’m so much in love with this calendar, that I already hung it up :)
Some time ago Rikke from eurowoman asked me to illustrate a set of zodiac signs. Even though it was a quick turnaround I was happy, as I always wanted to illustrate those. We chose a muted vintage inspired color palette and went for a mix of classic visualisation with a modern twist.
Some time ago we received the playing cards. I started drawing those card designs back in 2014, when on a vacation on La Gomera. I changed the designs several times and always dreamt of producing them someday. Finding the manufacturer wasn’t easy, so I’m more than happy that they are finally released.
I put great value on the surface (they are printed on beautiful 320g Pro Linen paper) and the overall charming look.
They are available through jungwiealt.com
Together with Drei Grad Verlag I worked on a bug related zine, including 32 pages with colored illustration.
SO-SO Hefte is a series of zines illustrated by various illustrators dealing with a topic of choice. I decided to dive in the world of bugs, as I wanted to transfer my personal work of bugs illustrations to a zine.
Some time ago I had the chance to illustrate a spot illustration for the quiz page of Plus magazine. The topic was spiritism and I was free to explore ways to communicate with ghosts.
I sketched crystal ball, an Ouija board and a hand holding various elements connected to spiritism. In the end we did go for the hand, which symbolises a variation of aspects.
Just before Christmas I was commissioned to do a fun piece on “Five reasons why living like a divorcee could save your marriage”
I had a blast illustrating this springy flowerful full page and little spot.
Happy new year! May 2019 be filled with sunshine ☀️
This summer I started illustrating for PlayIn Choc`s advent calendar, which is a clever alternative to all conservative calendars. It contains 24 different cardboard animals, each one in its own drawer and playmat, wich can be used afterwards. Each drawer can be turned around, once opened and creates another illustration.