A new Illustration for the New York Times Sunday Review on an article about the vagina as the new beauty-focus
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(AD Alexandra Zsigmond)
My new mini and teaser of a longer comic book project is out now.
Shit Is Real / b+w / 56 pages / + Poster /
6 € + shipping (+1,45€ Germany, +3,45€ Worldwide)
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…into the new project I’m working on.
It’s gonna be a book, it’s gonna take a while BUT:
a self-published TEASER to be released VERY soon!
TAGS: love/hate, disillusion, loneliness, alienation,
search, lizards,party, fishes, numbness, attraction,
saturn,fascination, boredom,identity, work, passion,
desert, cats, apartment, poverty, adulthood,dystopia
I’ve been quite slow about posting and updating lately.
Here’s an illustration I did a while ago
for the New York Times “Private Lives”-blog:
The “Erika-Fuchs-Foundation” is building a museum in honor of the famous
Donald-Duck-translator Dr. Erika Fuchs (1906-2005) and therefore commissioned contemporary cartoonists to contribute to the permanent exhibition.
The idea was to interpret and translate a famous quote into our personal style and “language”. Here’s a sneak peak of my contribution page.
Sadly the museum has not been able to open it’s doors yet, inauguration dates to be announced.
The Pitchfork Review Issue 4 is out and I have another 4-pages-comic in it:
Kim & Mickey in full color!
Canicola published a new anthology focused on german-based illustrators and cartoonists, featuring work by:
Jul Gordon, Sophie Martineck, Paul Paetzel, Josephin Ritschel, Maria Sulymenko, Anne Vagt and me!
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Cover: Paul Paetzel
Originals from this book were exhibited at this years BilBOlBul Festival in Bologna.
Also very happy to attend Comic Arts Brooklyn this weekend!
I have a new Mini out:
“Back To Basics #1″ The everyday-stories of Kim and Mickey, two roommates trying to cope with the abstract rules of a digitalized world.