Another illustration for Neue Zürcher Zeitung´s Equity column. This time about different investments forms and how they work together or against each other. Art direction by Catharina Hanreich.
Illustration for this weeks NZZ Equity column. There are seals and guidelines for ethical investments, among others by the UN. But it is easy to get onboard for investors and there is barely any control if the guidelines are followed by the members - a paper tiger. Art direction by Catharina Hanreich.
Illustration for German soccer magazine 11Freunde. A portrait of Alfred Tatar, Austrian soccer coach for the second division team SV Mattersburg. Sportswise his achievements are irrelevant, but his interviews are legend and he seems to walk a thin line between charlatan and genius. Art direction by Lukas Niehaus. Bigger version of the image right here.
Illustration for Psykologi magazine. This time for the quote “It always seems impossible until it’s done.” by Nelson Mandela. Bigger version of the drawing right here.
A set of drawings, also from 2011. This was for Neue Zürcher Zeitung, for a column about job portraits.
Illustration for yesterday’s New York Times, about the not often enough used possibility of selling your business to your workers instead of your competitor, when you want to retire. The full article by Gar Alperovitz can be read here. Art direction by Matthew Dorfman.
Illustration for an article titled “Inner Voice”, about inner speech - the way we talk to ourselves in our heads by Charles Fernyhough. High resolution version right here. Art direction by Craig Mackie.
Illustration for Aon One Trendcast, about how a multinational company can act fair towards their workers, regarding payments and benefits, even when national circumstances are vastly different. Art direction by Pamela Norman.
On a personal note: this is the 400th blogpost here. I started this in September 2011. If you want to delve back into the past and see what happened so far click here and scroll, scroll, scroll …
Another cover for the New Scientist. This appeared in March of this year. Art direction (and in this case most of the workload) done by Craig Mackie.
Illustration for Psykologi magazine of the quote “Man prefers to believe what he prefers to be true” by Francis Bacon. Art direction by Johannes Rantapuska.
Two part illustration for Entrepreneur magazine. About failing in business and coming out on top in spite (or because) of it. Art direction by Megan Roy and Richard Olson.
Illustration for the short story “My Pretty Alluvian Bride” by Bruce Sterling for Arc magazine. Art direction by Craig Mackie
Illustration about depression for ‘Der Stern’. Four of four.