… in the middle of the German response to the pandemic, I found Daphne’s shape-shifting to be a highly-relatable response to ever-present and swiftly morphing danger …
On the down side, the cost was a factor, but in the end, I decided the best solution was to offset print an A2 poster on soft grey uncoated stock and chop it up using a scalpel and metal ruler.
Speaking of boxes… look what just popped out of its 📦 The first of 2 posters I designed for the luscious Lisa Stick Septett | See them at Birdland 🐧 and all over jazzy Hamburg joints this summer 🌞 Thanks to the fabulous Audrey Bashore for the 📷 and to Lisa for being such a […]
A republish from the archives in memory of Daniel, a truly great illustrator, and ice-cream connoisseur, who passed away recently. He’s missed by everyone who knew him. * You won’t find this nugget of information in the online interview I translated for Daniel back in 2016. What you will find is a chronicle of a […]
The talented peeps at Hamburg’s Music Highschool (Jugendmusikschule) are not only inspirational music teachers and music makers, they know how to throw a party. In this case a kind of cross-cultural hands-across-the-ocean kinda party.