1259 // Sam Rowe

•July 23, 2017 • Leave a Comment

Great style, nice colour spectrum, wonderful illustrations: Have a look at the artwork by Sam Rowe.

Edgar Mitchell’s Cosmic Epiphany
Self initiated work for a NYT Magazine article about astronaut, Edgar Mitchell. The story subtitle sums it up perfectly: “An astronaut goes to the moon and makes it most of the way back.”


Work for an NYT Book Review of Paradime by Alan Glynn. A book about a restaurant worker who impersonates a dead tech billionaire. Thanks to AD Matt Dorfman.


Drugs You Don’t Need
Animated illustrations for an article in Huffington Post Highline about sleeping pills and the pharmaceutical industry.


1258 // Peter Mendelsund

•July 23, 2017 • Leave a Comment

What a wonderful series of book covers for a complete Kafka edition – created by Peter Mendelsund. Click to enlarge.


1257 // More Doublenaut

•July 23, 2017 • Leave a Comment

…and here are two more great head-related depictions by Doublenaut.




1256 // Doublenaut

•July 23, 2017 • Leave a Comment

I have mentioned a few posters by Doublenaut before… and this is one is also quite old already. I am not quite sure if I have already shown this here on my blog, but as I really like it, here we go:


1255 // The World is Not Enough

•July 23, 2017 • Leave a Comment

What a nice simplified and reduced style for the album design for „The World is Not Enough“ by „Horologium. Illustrations + Design by Nikolay Saveliev.






1254 // The Vines

•July 23, 2017 • Leave a Comment

I just found this nice head depiction while looking through old IDN magazines. Nice one by Mathematics for the single “Anysound” by The Vines from their 2006 album Vision Valley.


1253 // Kotryna Zukauskaite

•July 15, 2017 • Leave a Comment

Very interesting head depictions by Kotryna Zukauskaite aka Kata, a freelance illustrator currently working from Vilnius, Lithuania. Have a look at her website for more!

BDO Luxembourg

01 corporate services financial engineering
Corporate HR, self-initiated

NU Property & Casualty Magazine

Smithsonian Magazine

And this one is great of course as well – keeping my Industrial Palace in mind: