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Doreen BORSUTZKI for SWISSMEM, the Swiss work and thinking forum: Commissioned by Infel Corporate Media, Zurich, Doreen developed two illustrations with 3D appearance on the subject of additive production, layer for layer toward the final product. The results were published in the magazine SWISSMEM Network – print and online. Commissioned by G+J Corporate Editors GmbH, Anja STIEHLER illustrated for the Lufthansa Magazine WOMAN’S WORLD 4/2015. Themed upon Zurich, she illustrated th …12.01.2016 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 23 items in this article // SHOW article
For 'Ventura', the private banking magazine of SPARKASSE Bank, JUTTA FRICKE illustrator Lisa ROCK interpreted Friedrich Hölderlin’s poem 'Half of Life' full of charm and poetry. In the meantime, a series of six lyric illustrations were created for the customer, and more will follow soon on GoSee.23.11.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 1 item in this article // SHOW article
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For the Swiss magazine ANNABELLE, JUTTA FRICKE illustrator Lisa ROCK humorously visualized social subjects such as marriage counseling vs. the ostrich tactic, use of the breast app for regular self-tests, or funny linguistic bloopers from the area of children’s rhetoric: a sadly hanging head for some children is a fallen head.23.11.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 3 items in this article // SHOW article
HANDELSKAMMER Hamburg commissioned Anja STIEHLER to illustrate for the monthly magazine 'Hamburger Wirtschaft'. On the subject of 'Hamburg as a logistics location', multipage works were created which show that the branch can look forward to a bright future in many ways.23.11.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 6 items in this article // SHOW article
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On the subject of musical education, Kathrin FRANK c/o JUTTA FRICKE realized six illustrations in a collage mix technique for the Fall 2015 issue of AOK Rheinland/Hamburg's customer magazine Vigo Familie. It was commissioned by wdv, Gesellschaft für Medien & Kommunikation.23.11.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 6 items in this article // SHOW article
For the Politics section of WELT AM SONNTAG news from November 2, 2015, Thomas KUHLENBECK expressively illustrated questions about the refugee policy: On the subject, Mrs. Merkel and Mr. Seehofer apparently have different opinions. Open or closed? Commissioned by Funke Media, he visualized judicial errors in a realistic Ductus Justitias for the title subject in HÖRZU magazine. And for an advertising special publication in SÜDDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG news, Thomas portrayed the attendees …21.11.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 4 items in this article // SHOW article
LIVING AT HOME magazine made a wall deco element out of Michael ZANDER’s street art fox for one of the interior spreads in the magazine. The fox is an original wood-carving and can be purchased directly from Michael as a reproduction on fine silk paper for 15 Euro. It is approximately 20 cm wide and 19 cm high. The paper is 21cm x 30cm. The wood-carving is signed and dated. herr-zander.de21.11.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 1 item in this article // SHOW article
Commissioned by CORNELSEN PUBLISHERING, Antje KAHL c/o JUTTA FRICKE illustrated for secondary schools the book series 'Educational games' and 'Educational tasks' – in volved are the books for the language classes English, Spanish and Latin. The Cornelsen Publishers is a German schoolbook publisheg company, which offers educational materials in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Cornelsen.de21.11.2015 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 6 items in this article // SHOW article