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news | James BOAST illustrates societal subjects for WIRED UK, HOHE LUFT Mag and HINZ & KUNZT

James BOAST created a financial themed illustration in his signature style for WIRED UK, created a portrait of Elisabeth von Böhmen for HOHE LUFT magazine and supported Hamburg street magazine HINZ & KUNZT with an illustration on the subject of ‘stop the flood of plastic bags’.

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news | TECHNOLOGY REVIEW explores espionage – accompanying illustrations by Mathis REKOWSKI

Mathis REKOWSKI produced illustrations for a three part series in TECHNOLOGY REVIEW magazine. The subject was espionage: how we are spied on as individuals, how businesses are spied on and how states spy on each other. The illustrator from Berlin works for clients such as VW, Skoda, Mercedes, Delta Airlines, ZEIT, Designreport, Big Issue, Ragwear, Trigger Happy Productions, Orange, Intro, Lexus Magazine, Coin Italy, DDB, Publicis, Sportscheck. View more promising work by the illustrator in h …

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news | Paper art for BAYERISCHE STAATSFORSTEN and Anzinger Wüschner Rasp – created by Katrin RODEGAST

Munich agency Anzinger Wüschner Rasp commissioned Anzinger Wüschner Rasp to create an image for client BAYERISCHE STAATSFORSTEN. They created this using paper, which fits into the subject matter nicely.

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news | Daniel EGNÉUS illustrates for BRIGITTE MOM

Daniel EGNÉUS applied various techniques to create illustrations for BRIGITTE MOM. He captured various everyday situations in an array of colours.

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news | ELTERN FAMILY column ‘Die Grünbergs’ – with illustration by Katharina GSCHWENDTNER

And it went boom! Katharina GSCHWENDTNER delivers a monthly illustration for the ‘Die Grünbergs’ column, featured in ELTERN FAMILY magazine. This column’s subject: house hunting.

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news | What does she see in him? Romy BLÜMEL visualises this subject for BRIGITTE

BRIGITTE magazine commissioned Romy BLÜMEL with an illustration for the subject ‘what does she see in him?’. She depicted a man that looks absolutely disinterested, whilst a woman shows her super enthusiastic admiration.

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news | Refusal can look like this. Frank HÖHNE creates collages for INFAS Magazine’s main subject

Frank HÖHNE created detailed collages for INFAS magazine. The publication is by the German market and social research institute, published on a sporadic basis.

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news | Is Islam evil? Emiliano PONZI illustrates CICERO cover story

The latest issue of political culture magazine CICERO asks: ‘is Islam evil?’, covering Isis, Hamas and Hisbollah, which use violence in the name of the prophet. Emiliano PONZI illustrated the cover.

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news | Behind the scenes of a luxury hotel...! Illustrator Martin HAAKE for MYSELF and forest signage for Anzinger Wüschner Rasp

Martin HAAKE’s MYSELF illustration on ‘behind the scenes’ shows just what goes on in luxury hotels. Martin illustrated a sign for Bayerische Staatsforsten’s magazine on the subject of forests in the age of climate change. The agency was Anzinger Wüschner Rasp, Munich. More by Martin in his GoSee PORTFOLIO or from 2AGENTEN.

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news | 2Agenten presents three new illustrators: card specialist Italian illustrator Carlo STANGA, Swedish Klas FAHLEN with his ‘Letterpressed Notecards’ book and Toby NEILAN from London

The Berlin based illustration agency is pleased to welcome three new entries in their artist roster. Carlo STANGA is an Italian illustrator and art director, who lives and works in Milan and Berlin. He has been doing illustrations for Italian publishing houses since the mid ‘80s, before completing a degree in architecture in 1992. He then worked with designer Bruno Munari and continued studying architecture and art at Domus Academy in Milan among others. Since then he has received numerous …

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