Along with two other artists, Warsteiner asked me to create an illustration for one of their limited artist edition glasses. This year’s theme was ‘One of the biggest small family breweries in the world’.
I had fun mixing different patterns, letterings and references to major cities to create this vibrant collage. The artwork tells a story of Warsteiner´s global impact as a small family business.
Together with Warsteiner I had the pleasure to design one of their special edition alu bottles.
The Bottles where only served at Lufthansa flights.
Rizla asked me to bring some fun and energy to one of their editorial adverts.
I had the pleasure of creating the cover for my friend Jodie Abacus´single “Good Feeling”.
For the release of the new Lebron 12 shoe model, Nike asked me to come up with an artwork. As Lebron James was always connected to the Lion, I came up with this crazy roaring head made entirely out of the new Lebron 12 model.
Atlanta based label Reach Records asked me to create two artworks for their 116 Limited t-shirt club. Every month they invite a new artist to reimagine their 116 Limited Logo.
For Wired Germany I teamed up with my partner Jacob Eisinger/Yippiehey to illustrate the release date of their august issue.
There were no specifications from the client, so we had a lot of fun playing with color and shapes.
My typographic tribute to one of my favorite district´s of New York City.
You will find some Brooklyn born Legends in there!
A Tribute to one of the greatest basketball players of all time.
This is another collage work recreating a magazine cover entirely out of its own content. The Devil is in the details!
For “Smile High” I teamed up with my bro Yippiehey to create some art for a good cause. The Folks over at wesmilehigh.com are printing posters with all profits being donated to Leuchaemia and Lymphoma research. Head over to www.wesmilehigh.com to purchase a print and support them.
Gods of the Game
B.I.G. VS PAC
N.Y. TO L.A.
GOD OF PLAY
With the help of the talented Yippiehey we dug deep in our childhood memories to create this powerful Editorial piece.
My purpose on this A1 sized collage work was to recreate the magazine cover out of its own content. The biggest challenge was to retain the main contents of the issue. I almost used the whole range of around 90 pages.