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Illustration • Art Act Illustrations and storyboards for FAZ, Greven Publishing, ZEIT MAGAZINE, GEURIA MAG, MOTION MAG, DATEV magazine, and comics for 'Diaries from the Weimar Republic'

25.02.2019 • On the topic of "The world from the perspective of the papyrus", Victoria Cichon c/o ART ACT illustrated a colorful and modern greeting from d&b Germany to d&b China (AD Uwe Schneider). Plus, she illustrated for Zeitmagazin.

Cover illustration by Dani Maiz c/o ART ACT: Created for Spanish magazine Geuria was an illustration on the topic of "Child abuse in sport". Appearing at Greven Publishing is an almost 300-page comic about the Weimar Republic by Rüdiger Trebels c/o ART ACT.

For English magazine Metropole, Michael Pleesz illustrated on the topic of "Hidden heroes". Illustrations for the magazine MOTION were created by Stefanie Bemmann c/o ART ACT – a great mix of pencil and watercolor work for the magazine MOTION at Munich Airport.

Katrin Funcke c/o ART ACT illustrated for DATEV magazine on the topic of ''Success in foreign countries/Internationalization in SMEs''.

Created on the topic of Merkel's master plan: "What does Angela Merkel intend on doing after leaving the German Chancellery?" was this amusing comic by Christian Eckert c/o ART ACT for F.A.Z. Plus,...

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Illustration • 'An illustrated view of "Track and Field", the Spring/Summer 2019 OFF-WHITE Collection' by illustrator Francesco lo Iacono c/o COSMOPOLA

25.02.2019 • COSMOPOLA presents a glimpse into the portfolio of illustrator FRANCESCO LO IACONO here on GoSee. 'Last September, during Paris Fashion Week, Francesco Lo Iacono was commissioned by Virgil Abloh and his team to create an illustrated view of "Track and Field", the Spring/Summer 2019 OFF-WHITE collection. He was invited to sketch live during the fittings of the new collection prior to the show and then also backstage a few days later. During the fittings, Francesco was granted a preview of the new OFF-WHITE collection, its color palette, its mood, the details of the garments and accessories that were sometimes edited or created right under his eyes. "It was certainly a very precious moment for my work as an illustrator. While supermodels such as Bella Hadid, Karlie Kloss, Kaia Gerber and Kendall Jenner were trying their looks for the show, I was able to start doing some preliminary sketches..."

Francesco Lo Iacono is an Italian artist presently based in London. Before that, he lived in Paris for about five years, where he also worked for a trend forecasting agency. As an...

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Illustration • Skipping the Grid by ANDREA WAN. Cosmopola presents Andrea Wan, Illustrator & Mural Painter

25.02.2019 • Hanging at Bikini Berlin in the pop-up store from Candide Berlin are pictures by Andrea Wan c/o COSMOPOLA who also has a chocolate named after her. It tastes like lemongrass and pepper – a smart choco-combination, really tasty.

Andrea Wan is a visual artist and illustrator born in Hong Kong, raised in Vancouver, BC, and now based in Berlin. Working mostly with ink on paper, Andrea sees her work as a visual journal that reflects her thoughts and experiences. Her art combines traditional narrative aesthetics with eerie and surrealist qualities, depicting a world with great sensibility. The content of her art also correlates with the idea of a perpetual change and that even identity is not necessarily a permanent thing.


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