New Illustrations

business pig

This artwork is available as print, postcard, sticker, t-shirt, iphone cover etc.





I did the illustrations of a desk on the right side for the book ‘Hartz IV’.

Wer den Neukoelln Desk haben will, muss ihn selber bauen. Kaufen geht nicht. Das ist das Prinzip von Hartz IV Möbel – ein soziales Designprojekt von Van Bo Le-Mentzel.

eco gently t-shirts

…soon to come back!

T-Shirts handmade in Australia from organic cotton.

eco gently couple

eco gently couple

Trailer for Papercraft: Design and Art with Paper

Papercraft is an extensive survey on the insatiable trend of innovative art and design work crafted from paper. It explores the astounding possibilities of paper and gathers the most extraordinary creations – from small objects and figures to large-scale art installations and urban interventions as well as three-dimensional graphic sculptures from a vast spectrum of artistic disciplines ranging from character design, urban art, fine art, graphic design, illustration, fashion, animation and film.

New City of Melbourne logo

The city I live in unveiled a new identity.

The new logo is  much better than the old one in my opinion. It reminds me of the architecture of Federation Square in the heart of the city and looks more modern while the old logo gives me associations with an ancient Greek city.


One issue I have with it is that the city spends $240.000 on the re-branding and they gave this business to an agency from Sydney. There are a lot of designers here and the state runs a campaign called ‘Put Victoria on the table’. They want to motivate me to buy regional products, but don’t do so themselves. Maybe they thought, that someone outside Melbourne would have a more objective approach to it or maybe in times of globalisation it doesn’t matter at all where the designer is actually based.

Anyway, I think it’s nice and it comes out well in 3D, but it’s probably not forward/fresh enough to last very long.


Car made from Cardboard

Stunning works from Chris Gilmour who makes his lifesize models completely from packaging cardboard and glue.



more on his website