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Illustration for Psykologi magazine. This time for the quote “Maailma on hyvä, kun se on omien uskomusten pituinen ja levyinen.” - “The world is good when it has the width and breadth of your own beliefs.”by Erno Paasilinna. Higher resolution version can be seen here. Art direction by Johannes Rantapuska.

Illustration for Psykologi magazine. This time for the quote “Maailma on hyvä, kun se on omien uskomusten pituinen ja levyinen.” - “The world is good when it has the width and breadth of your own beliefs.”
by Erno Paasilinna. Higher resolution version can be seen here. Art direction by Johannes Rantapuska.

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Illustration series for German “Wirtschaftswoche” magazine about private health insurance. Art direction by Holger Windfuhr.

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Illustration for today’s Neue Zürcher Zeitung about “Carbon Bubbles”. Drilling rights that are now seen as a company’s asset might turn into nothing, as legislation for where it is legal to drill becomes tighter. Art direction by Catharina Hanreich.

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Liking this and taking it further …

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Liking this and taking it further …

still learning this … 50 min portrait.

still learning this … 50 min portrait.

Illustration for “Contagious” magazine. About brands taking on the role of banks in the near future, or vice verse banks having to learn a lot from brands like Apple or Google to keep in touch with a new generation of clients. Art direction by Charlotte Sallis.

Illustration for “Contagious” magazine. About brands taking on the role of banks in the near future, or vice verse banks having to learn a lot from brands like Apple or Google to keep in touch with a new generation of clients. Art direction by Charlotte Sallis.

Illustration for the New Scientist for an article titled “Prisoners of Thought”. Art direction by Craig Mackie.

Illustration for the New Scientist for an article titled “Prisoners of Thought”. Art direction by Craig Mackie.

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