I have done 5 illustrations including the cover for Mckinsey quarterly.
This is a hard core business management magazine, I'm very pleased to work for them for the 4th time.
Articles are very technical and complicated for a daft monkey like me to understand, but their team is always so very helpful to get me through!
I find this commission very interesting as I am usually asked to represent 3-8 informations in 1 illustration which can be challenging but I think this is what illustration is all about as it is indicated in the dictionary:
illustration /ˌɪləˈstreɪʃən/ noun 1. pictorial matter used to explain a text
Happy Summer! I love it when our children have no school, we can take our time to do anything we want, without any stress, we don't have to run around to be on time to be somewhere, the best part is we can stay in bed as long as we want to in the morning! blissszzz!
Above is a shadow box (is that how we call it?), I've done it for a dearest friend of mine, the pig is supposed to be me by the way. It was the first time that I've done a shadow box but I had such a fun making it! I think I will be making some more this summer.
This is a free tourist office booklet with great text which explains the architectural history of Pays-d'enhaut region. It has been newly formatted with 11 brand new illustrations.
There are 39 pages all in colour, around 50 illustrations of mine are included!
I'm very attached to these illustrations as some of them were my very first illustration commission in Switzerland 10 years ago, I've never imagined that I'll be living in one of these villages!
The concept and graphic design is done by our favorite communication agency MEO.
My dearest friend has started her own business, and it's going all really well! I am so very excited for her!!
She's got a lot of cool stuff on her site, she sells the vintage furniutres, and she can also search and find what you are looking for! Plus, she creates her own funky stuff! Please have a look > www.freigeist-design.ch
Happy New Year everyone!
This year I was very happy as I've managed to do our new year in Japanese way, meaning:
On 31st December, we clean the house, clean meaning super duper clean. So we welcome the new year without the dirt from last year.
And I prepared a new year Bento, which traditionally was meant to give 3 liberating days from cooking for the house wives, our's lasted only for a day though.
On the first of January we dress in new and clean underwear and kimono watched the first sunrise all together then scoffed ourselves with the new year Bento.
There are more details that I can gabble on but to cut it short this was one of the best memories when I was little, I hope I can pass it on to our children...