I'm excited to share that my work is on display at Subspace's art show "New Begendings" in Tucson!

A recap: Thank you again for everyone who did come to my virtual workshop "For the Love of Digital Painting". I would also like to thank the Tucson Adobe User Group to give me this opportunity. I had so much fun!

In the last 5 weeks I had the pleasure to learn font design from industry leading experts in font design, font marketing, font development, lettering, font history, and font programming. It was and is a lot of fun.

My final font of this course is not even near completion (creating a professional working font takes up to months to complete btw), but with the tools I learned I look forward to finalize and program my font ideas in the future :) Thank you Martina Flor for giving us the opportunity to learn so much about fonts.

Tomorrow will be my graduation day and I look forward to see all instructors again and of course the amazing work of everyone who participated in the Letter&Co course.

I had fun dipping into a personal hand lettering project and creating a cover for "The Acts of King Arthur and his Noble Knight" by John Steinbeck. I wanted to represent a symbol of a Noble Knight rather than a person. The cover should represent a modern genderless association with a pink and blue color palette.

Busy bee ;) I do have some new projects up my sleeve which I am about to post soon! 2018 was an amazing year with a lot of opportunities to work on Hand Lettering projects and children’s books illustrations. New portfolio projects will be updated during March.

What a crazy year! This fall was full with a lot of roller coaster experiences and lots of busy work! Besides having the honor to be a speaker for a local AIGA event called “Tucson Makers” I also took the opportunity to work for a local publishing company and work on wonderful projects that inspire me :)

I will update my portfolio soon with new contents and also continue on creating my first children’s book. “Gute Dinge brauchen Zeit”, that’s what we say in Germany : “Good things take their time” and this is a good sign for me that something wonderful is emerging! Can’t wait for 2019 to come!

Stay tuned and have great winter holidays!

I’m very thankful to collaborate with Artsy.net and have the opportunity to write a blog post about my favorite artist Paul Klee :) Glad that they reached out to me and ask to support their mission and to promote the exhibition “Ten Americans: After Paul Klee” at the Phillips Collection.

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Wow, so much going on! The new year starts off with a lot of exciting projects and creative input. Currently, I am preparing a lot for my classes and developing ideas for a bigger project this year. I’m very excited!

Visit the awesome exhibition at the Southwest University of Visual Arts. The exhibition features wonderful student work and a faculty exhibition. 2 of my original illustrations are showcased in the faculty show :)

Happy Halloween everyone!

New Career opportunities are coming soon :) I’m very excited about the next weeks and what the future will bring! Also, I will update recent projects eventually! There’s a lot going on right now and a lot of projects, that need to get finished. Busy times are the best.

Jes Baker: “When people call me animal names it gets monotonous, but someone said I looked like a potato the other day and it was the most hilarious (and totally accurate) attempted insult EVER. NOW ALL I WANT IS A PORTRAIT OF ME AS A POTATO WITH MY HAIRCUT AND GLASSES”


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Time flies by. And it’s already August! For my blog and newsletter readers, I illustrated a little calendar. Whether for organizing, writing down accomplishments, or whatever, I hope you do enjoy my little creativemeow.com calendar and of course my blog :) visit: https://www.creativemeow.com/

Wohooo! I have a new blog! Check out https://www.creativemeow.com/!

I’m a bit proud now <3 Still working on some stuff for this website but to say it with good old German: “Ich lass das jetzt so!”/ “I leave it as it is by now”. I hope I can connect with other creatives and improve my writing in English with this fun project.