Promenade of Light Sherlock Time-Twister Herborn Red Cyclemap Beowulf Aguablanca Rejected Quarterly Ace Nine


Herborn's "Promenade of Light" Graphics project for the 2016 Hessentag in Herborn


Sherlock Fanbooks Illustrations and design of several fanbooks inspired by BBC's Sherlock


The Time-Twister series follows the adventures of a pair of siblings. I designed the covers and overall look of the books and illustrated the them throughout.


Herborn – Historische Stadtansichten This book was published by Herborn's Historical Society in late 2009 and contains over 300 historic photographs of the various parts of the town, which in 2001 celebrated its 750th anniversary. I was responsible for typesetting and layout, and also contributed some of my Herborn-inspired drawings


Red was a project on the BA (Hons) Art&Design course at Colchester Institute, based on the brief from the 2002 RSA (Royal Society of Art) student-competition. The task was to design an exhibition including floorplans, information-displays and promotional material, dealing with the colour red and its possible meanings and connotations.


Colchester Cyclemap was a collaboration between Colchester Institute and Colchester Borough Council. The brief was to create a new cylcemap for the town.


Beowulf The creation of an illustrated edition of the Old English poem Beowulf was my final project at Colchester Institute. I saw it as an opportunity to combine graphic design and illustration in one project.


Aguablanca e.V. is a charity founded by teachers of the Johanneum Gymnasium (high-school or 6thform-college, my old school) in Herborn, Germany, that aims at aiding children in the slum Aguablanca in the Columbian city Cali by supporting a local school and other projects. For their 15th anniversary I designed a new leaflet.


The Rejected Quarterly is a small literary magazine sold at universities along the westcoast of the United States. It specialises on good fiction rejected by publishers at least five times. I was asked to illustrate and design a cover for the edition of winter/spring 2004, with a Tolkien- (and rejection-) related theme.


Ace Nine, a rockband that has recently released its first CD "Burgers by Satellite" asked me to design the interior of their CD-booklet.