The publishers Viction:ary asked me some recommendations of the city Berlin for their new city guides series.
About the book:
Pulsing with ideas and inspiration, Berlin is a historic city swiftly becoming a spirited creative hub. Whether it’s a one-day stopover or a longer trip, CITIx60: Berlin is your inspirational guide to places that only insiders of the German capital know and go. Initiated and edited by viction:ary, the pocket-sized guide sports an artistic edge with a city map jacket drawn by Vesa Sammalisto as well as practical info essential for a satisfying trip.
A unique collaboration with local creatives from selected cities, eachCITIx60 guide points you to 60 hangouts loved by 60 stars of the cities’ creative scene, covering architecture, art spaces, shops and markets, eating and entertainment. All featured artists and designers are at the cutting edge of what’s on and when, and known for their accomplishments in fields across advertising, architecture and graphics, fashion, industry and food, music and publishing.
So happy and proud to be awarded with funding from the Berlin Senate for the documentary project “Home Maid” together with Roser Corella. I will bring animations to this interesting project. More info and sneak peeks to come soon.
The new The Gym EP 007 with Max Graef great music is out. I made the lion illustration under Brandt Brauer Frick’ art direction. A new image for the Gym Records series, each one showing a different head for the same muscle body. Check the music and buy it here. For all The Gym Artwork here.
Caffeine takes part of the IdN TV Black and White collection:
“Unfading those monochrome memories
With a full-spectrum colour palette now brilliantly available to all, it is felt that restricting oneself in black-and-white must be a kind of masochism and that the outcome is bound to be more boring than a fully realistic approach. Yet many directors still relish the atmospheric effects that only B&W can achieve – and the technical challenges that go along with its use. In these exclusive interviews, three of today’s leading exponents of what might be thought of as a dying art explain the attraction of this apparently limiting technique – and the sense of fulfillment it can bring.”
Again a new Kimmo´s adventure! I did the illustrations for the cd-booklet Kimmo Ahoi. Eine Nacht im deutschen Technikmuseum Berlin, a children’s radio play about the “Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin” (German Museum fof Technology) written by Stephanie Jaeckel. “Kimmo Ahoi – Eine Museumsnacht auf See” is from now on at the German Museum of Technology Berlin available, from February 2014 in the book trade.