This was my first collection for K1X I did from the very first design til the finished product.
hemdless is a current joint project with my dear friend Christian Schinnerl. We developed shirt designs also fitting people with Down Syndrome. Our new construction is based on the different body proportions like major neck scope and shorter arms and body.
I joined the K1X team in 2012. I’m responsible for designing the women’s collections, the production process and the finishing of the whole lookbook development.
I made the graphic artwork for the cover as well as article illustrations and a few other gimmicks published in RHIZOM #∞.
Those of you who had the chance to stay in NYC for a while, might have fallen in love with the city like I did. Dear New York, is a printed time capsole of my stay in this magical city composed of thoughts, ideas, and photos I took.
I designed four issues for the TIDE Surf Magazine as Art Director. I was responsible for the visual appearance and developed a new look concept for the mag.
The idea behind this project was to create a brand which is changeable. What We Do is always living in the present and growing with the people who form it. A collective of freelancer from very different fields who communicate their work under one name.
A window display of an oversized comic book cover used in many ZOO YORK shops across Europe with hopes of getting christmas shopping going using an image of a sexy, self-confident super woman.
In my second home town Münster I was asked to visualize a party series. Without hesitation I developed the logo design, some party flyers, stickers and posters.
This project I hold very dear to my heart. WEIL SICH DIE TAGE KRÜMMEN is a graphic novel that was hand printed and Japanese bound in a very limited run of only 9 copies.
I joined a pitch for a childrens TV show intro for the KiKA channel in Germany.
Together with my close friend Phil Pham we opened STORYBOARD, a streetwear and skateboard shop in Münster, Germany, wrapping up one year full of life changing experiences.
I’m so happy to be in charge of ZOO YORK’s S/S13 lookbook.
This is a fashion collection I made for an independent movie coming up in summer 13. My approach to materials like jeans, silk and leather is the base for the child-like and naive outfits that resulted from an intensive working process.
Here’s a sequence of illustrations I made on my way through the fashion jungle. Loose from the hand illustrations forming in precise technical drawings til accurate finished artworks ready for production.
That’s an object series in 2006 about working as a creative in our almost exclusively digital world. The obsession with analog material emerges from my very personal imagery.
The eco-friendly and legendary boardstore boarders asked me to slap out some fresh new T-shirt graphics.
The health food store Wasserburger Biomarkt opened its doors to their in-house eco textiles and clothes store KICHOU. In need of some sweet ideas to get the environmentally sustainable stuff to the peeps, I made some posters and displays to campaign for a good cause: shopping by using your wits.
Behind this casual clothing company you find playful fashion design and objects, sometimes radically defying ideas of usability and conceptualism.