I usually do not try to stick out that very much in social media when it comes to selfless or even pictures of myself. Surely, there are many much more interesting things to picture. With the winter drawing nearer I however found myself with a irresistible idea of a selfie calendar which I knew I simply had to execute. Here is a small selection of the in total 24 images that I created with a Canon D550 in my bedroom with a selection of clothes, wigs and accessories – of which I am almost ashamed to admit very few are borrowed. I had a great time creating these pictures, almost continuously giggling to myself. Hardly had I expected the overjoyed response they created among friends and colleagues. And, although at my own dispense, spreading joy and love is what this particular part of the year is all about, right?
Ten years after coming home from Germany, where I spent about a year and a half on a design agency based in Düsseldorf, I found these quick renders for a prize that I designed for a local award. The theme was anti-bullying through a nation-wide initiative and help program. The intention was to create a simplistic design to be executed by a fine carpenter in the neighbourhood. A quick search on the Internet showed that one of the first design where chosen although I did not hear much more of it at the time. I can simply suppose that the design was to some satisfaction.
Concept Art – A Life Well Wasted – Track-by-track artwork created for a forthcoming full length album by the constellation Neurobash.
Concept Art – Insignificant As We Are – Track-by-track artwork created for a forthcoming full length album by the constellation Neurobash.
Concept art and typeface “Afterworld” created for a book project in seven volumes originally started in 1990. Although laying dormant for many years, the project has been relaunched as a past time activity since 2013 and can best be described as a blend of science-fiction and fantasy, complete with intricate alien civilisations and a time-travelling plot. The artwork seen here is a title / teaser poster, the project typeface Afterworld and info graphics describing the fictional ancient base technology described in the series.