Collage of boxer Max Schmeling


For his collages, Bene Rohlmann prefers to work with scissors, glue and paper. He created the portrait of boxer Max Schmeling for magazine The Red Bulletin.

© Bene Rohlmann

Luca Boscardin with his rocket animals

outline drawn landscape with mountains, trees and houses
outline drawn hen in a hill landscape


Luca Boscardin with his rocking animals »Cavalcade« at the studio in Amsterdam.
At the moment Luca is illustrating for a cookbook with specialties from Italy. With his wife Valentina, he has been driving on a research tour through their home country for the last few months. Here are some first graphics of the book.

»I always try to simplify shapes, use basic elements, in order to create a strong and universal design.« - Luca Boscardin

© Luca Boscardin

young man in a subway with jungle plants hanging from above


»I’m a big fan of creepy, strange, mystery places« - Francesco Bongiorni
Metropolitan Jungle for Amica, Italien

© Francesco Bongiorni

doctors with a fictional blood machine


Gold for the infographic »Blood Factory« by Anton Hallmann. It has been published in the magazine of Munich Medical Center. The jury says: »Good infographics should bring about a real transfer of knowledge, they should be fun to read, easy to understand and memorable. And it should be aesthetic. All this is combined in this infographic.«

© Anton Hallmann

photo of Isabel Seliger

silhouette of a woman from behind looking to people
view into a warm lighted window with a cat lying on a bed


Isabel Seliger in the Portrait of the Week by Design magazine: PAGE
»I like to draw with a pen in little sketchbooks. That way I collect ideas for free works,... .«

When we met Isabel in Berlin, she aroused our interest with these very sketchbooks. From paper she develops digital drawings and inspires American and German publishers.

© Isabel Seliger

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