On behalf of ‚Saint Elmo’ we illustrated a cheating javeliner for a poster ad of the sportswear retailer ‚Sport 2000‘.
On behalf of ‚Saint Elmo’ we illustrated a cheating javeliner for a poster ad of the sportswear retailer ‚Sport 2000‘.
A single labor attorney is taking on the car-hire-giant ‚Uber‘. Therefor we used the events on the Tiananmen Square as a metaphor.
DDB assigned us to create a Comic for the Landeskriminalamt (Police) Hamburg about some guy who called the police when he saw a burglary and so became a hero. It’s just that simple.
Check out this superhero spread illustration, that we created for the Ferchau customer magazine, highlighting their IT Specialists. Featured are character designs for the entire team: Whity, The Evolutionary, Debugger, The Doc, RequireMan, Fahrenheit and Tool.
For a magazine in a wide circulation called ‚Neues Handeln‘, which was an insert in some daily newspapers, we illustrated this double page spread about ways to improve the keeping of animals.
Ogilvy assigned us to illustrate a Christmas Card. featuring the Frankfurt Airport; their new Online shop; a Christmas tree; a bunch of presents; pixies… and laptop-toting Santa himself!
The advertiser Leo Burnett assigned us to illustrate a poster-ad and some animations for an app that you could use to track down presents hidden in the Swiss ‚Sihlcity‘ mall to win some high-grade prices.
At the end of the year the society rubric of the ‚Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung’ publishes a quiz about the people and events which happened in the former year. And again we illustrated those two pages. Although this years content is totally different to last years content we reused this text.
Which concern did well this year? Which one got chipped. Which one failed totally? And also it’s christmas.
For the very first issue of Spiegel’s spin-off magazine ‚Spiegel Biografie‘ in honor of Helmut Schmidt we portrayed the former chancellor himself and the most important events in his life for the cover.
The article in ‚Die Zeit‘ we illustrated is about the fully automated working, indeed smart cities of the future.
Germany has a bunch of foreign CEOs in the DAX-listed companies and most of them are doing pretty well.
On occasion of the Swiss elections we created two cover illustrations that had been published in the Swiss issue of ‚Die Zeit’ only. One is about the big opening. and the other asked where Switzerland is heading to (below).
Playboy’s rubric ‚One of us, none of us‘ is currently illustrated by us. Here you can see some examples.
This magazine-cover was made for the Science offshoot of the Hörzu magazine and features ‚The Truth about crusaders‘.
By using only 4 colours we illustrated a 6 Pages feature story in the Lufthansa magazine featuring flying cars of the past, current ones and futuristic flying cars that has been seen in movies .
For the web portal of ‚Die Zeit’ we created an illo about an imaginary disputation between various philosophers (and a politician) themed the refugee crisis. Here you can read the article.
Our latest Handelsblatt-Cover about the refugee-crisis shows tents made of money in all of Germany. Some companies make billions with the poverty of the refugees.
For the sixth time now we illustrated Playboy’s Oktoberfest-Special. Again there are girls in ‚Dirndls‘, boys in ‚Lederhosen‘ and of course beer that needed to be illustrated.
It’s quiet a task to portray somebody, when there are only low quality black and white fotos in other age and with other facial expressions. But for PM magazine’s cover we tried our best anyway.
As a symbolization for Europe’s debt we used frogs and toads to show that Greece’s share is actually not that big compared to whole of Europe or other European countries. We painted the cover and various additional frogs for the interior.
Switzerland is a very green country that gets more and more urban. The challenge is to keep the proportion in balance. This cover was published on the Swiss edition of the newspaper ‚Die Zeit‘.
What Greece is currently doing is suicidal for Tsipras and for Greece’s economy. This cover illustration for the newspaper Handelsblatt remained unpublished.
The Hamster, a popular allegory for an employee, is going on vacation on this newspaper’s cover.
Our latest illustrations in the newspaper ‚Die Zeit‘ are featuring the ‚Hybrid War‘, the possible effects of the Apple car for the German automobile industry and the redesign of the goddess Europe.
This issue of Handelsblatt shows where in Germany to find rewarding real estate and an illustration created by us on the cover.
Our latest comic for the newspaper ‚Die Zeit‘ shows the episodes of the Greece crisis using the example of Game of Thrones.
Germany’s lecturers get nothing but temporary employments with low wages nowadays. The text on the board says „Lecturer looking for unlimited job“.
‚The borders of human nature‘ is the headline in this self-explanatory ‚Die Zeit’ Cover-illustration.
This map of Europe about Germany’s economic power was created as a Handelsblatt-cover and ended up in the interior.
We’ve drawn a series of illustrations that was cancelled along the way about the BP concern’s doings in Azerbaijan after the war. We don’t want to deprive at least this panel of you.
The Group of Seven is bothering about a lot of things. But will there be any solutions? This popular Handelsblatt-Cover was a lot of fun.
Adidas CEO Herbert Hainer was portrayed for the economy section of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung as a drawing and as a painting at the same time. We also integrated the brand.
In the current issue of Cicero once again Putin’s attempts to dominate the world is depicted. Therefor we contributed this illustration. The article’s author says that in Putin’s comprehension most of Europe is a part of russia or the USSR anyway.
Even the conservative party CDU is thinking about legalizing marihuana. Which don’t really bother us – but this illo we made for ‚Die Zeit‘ is too small to show it in the actual gallery and too nice not to show it at all.
‚The hour of the strategists’ is the headline in this cover illustration for the newspaper Handelsblatt. And again we portrayed CEOs that aren’t made of flesh and blood.
Our latest Science Fiction book covers are featuring the devil, another devil and an alien assault team.
For the customer magazine of Ferchau we created a portrait of Prof. Miachael Decker and the cover itself. As you can see the entire issue is about robotics.
For Jung von Matt we painted these very precise Storyboards used for the latest ‚Adelholzener’ -Spot, featuring soccer- champion Phillip Lahm as liquid player, you might have seen on TV.
Geometry Global assigned us to illustrate some very precise and realistic key-visuals for a Pall Mall Poster campaign.
On the occasion of the French terror attacks ‚Die Zeit‘ asked us to illustrate our very own opinion to the freedom of opinion. And here he is, our self-explanatory saint. He can take it.
On behalf of DDB we illustrated this key-visual in a short amount of time for the current Telekom-Spot you might have seen in TV lately.
We like how this project about the NASA Band for the Lufthansa Magazine came out. Which reminds me, if you’d like to own a lithographie of one of our illustrations just drop us a line to info[at]dainz.net with your desired format and your homeland and we’ll tell you about the costs. This one for example would make a nice Din A1 poster, don’t you think?
It seems like no one even cares about the mistakes Merkel did in her previous government. We illustrated her as almighty savior for the introducing double page spread and continued this series exposing the damage she has caused on another onepager in the latest issue of Cicero.
The soccer magazine ‚four four two’ assigned us to illustrate the best goals of the Swedish Superstar Zlatan Ibrahimović in our comic style. Therefor we accomplished some very nice and dynamic images.
Berlins newspaper BZ published an obituary for pop singer Udo Jürgens who died in December 2014 at the age of 80 featuring our moody illo.
What if George Bush could be held responsible in court for his doings in office? Illustration for the politics-section of ‚Die Zeit’.
At the end of the year the society rubric of the ‚Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung’ publishes a quiz about the people and events which happened in the former year. And again we’ve illustrated those two pages.
We have drawn some funny covers for the weekend issue of Handelsblatt in the pre-Christmas period. Unfortunately they haven’t had the heart to print it in the end. But by clicking here you can take a look at it anyway.
For the issue #0 of the upcoming ‚Manager Magazin Portfolio’ we illustrated this cover. All we got as a sample of the portrayed hedge fund manager Seth Klarman was a tiny Black and White Foto.
The newspaper Euro am Sonntag assigned us to illustrate what is going to happen in 2015. And it was real fun to do so. For example Bernd Lucke is selling Gold at the train station – I am sure this forecast is true.
The newspaper Die Zeit wanted to show Hamburg’s local dramas as old musical or movie posters on the local pages. Our 60s Comics style (at least that’s how we call it) was a good fit.
This one turned out to be one of our favorite covers so far. Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag assigned us to illustrate a book cover for a new young people’s literature series called ‘RTA – Recon Team Angel’. The first edition, called ‘Angriff’ featuring our wraparoundcover is now available in every German bookshop.
In the lad mag we illustrated an article about a zombie night club, about the problems of promiscuity and we continued our series of Max getting laid in the mansion and on a tuning exhibition.
The family Aldi, the relatives of the supermarket-founders live in total anonymity. Although there is one tiny low res group-pic taken in the 90ies, which was the only sample for this Manager Magazin Cover. In fact, it is mostly made up.
For DZ we painted some covers about the paradise, a pig, the plans of another pig and aurora borealis.
The advertising agency Panama assigned us to illustrate Thyssen’s repertoire on the example of an office building for a brochure.
The Samwer Brothers, Marc, Oliver and Alexander, from left to right, owe a couple of companies like ‘Zalando’ or ‘Rocket Internet’. Now they will go public with at least one of their brands.
our latest economy illustrations in DZ are featuring coffee with aftertaste, frozen babies, beastly cars, bad weather and a lot of money.
We have been assigned to illustrate the young Franz Kafka in the Goldmachergasse, Prague. The challenge was to paint him in full color even though there are only really bad, a hundred years old photos of him that can be used as samples.
Twelve pictures illustrated the entire ‘Denk ich an Deutschland’ book published in the newspaper ‘Frankfurter Allgemeine’ and at the Alfred Herrhausen conference of the same name. This series of illos about the digital future, made of no more than four colors in a very rough style was very popular with the viewers.
we used a nice color palette to show that there are too much possibilities to watch TV.
We thought it would be nice to use Paul Smith’ line texture for his portrait in GQ.
We made a beautiful cover for ‘Der Spiegel’ about the current relationship of Russia , the United States and Germany. Unfortunately the editorship changed the cover theme last minute and printed a photo of Jogi Löw.
This little series of illos about the ‘TTIP’, the ‘Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership’ is to be found in this month’ issue of Cicero.
We illustrated various soccer illos for Playboy: Pep Guardiola and ‘Bayern München’, Hermann Gerland and the bet mob (below) in the latest issue.
We illustrated Koch vs. Koch for the lead article in MoJo. This family has a long history of fighting each other.
The venerable Berenberg Bank, Germany’s oldest private bank, got some risky investments going on lately, just like the next Lehman Brothers. That’s why we showed the partners as some hard boiled ‘Wall Street’ movie styled brokers for another Double Page Spread of the German ‘Manager Magazin’.
We illustrated the last Summer of Rock ‘n’ Roll,featuring Ozzy, Mick and Patti, for the cover of the current issue of Cicero magazine.
For the Mainframe edition of IBM’s magazine we illustrated the cover showing some youngsters who made the mainframe possible in the first place.
Our full page illustration for Variety accompanies an article about the one-way success of the partnership between Steven Spielberg’s DreamWorks and the Indian entertainment company, Reliance.
For the chemistry enterprise Evonik, we conceived and drew a 6 paged comic about the most important foundations in various eras. For example we had the founding of Karthago in the Bronze Age, several ancient cultures, DaVinci’s accomplishments in the renaissance, industrialisation in the victorian age and the founding of apple computers in the modern era. This comic named ‘The Wonderful World of Startups’ was published in the Evonik magazine.
We used stark grayscale and blood red to illustrate a 10-page feature on Vladimir Putin and his attempts at world domination for this month’s issue of Cicero magazine.
Courrier International published an extensive line of articles related to “Game of Thrones.” Therefor we illustrated the author, geopolitics and the phenomenon.
For the latest illustrations about the new internet, golden windmills and the returnmania in die Zeit’s economy section we got to design the entire page and this turned out pretty well if you ask us.
Our latest coverimages illustrates the forger of the century (below), the Edathy affair, Russia’s world domination plans (below) and Switzerland’s new immigration policy.
We really enjoy creating magazine double page spreads. Lately we illustrated the middle class for Cicero and powerful women for Manager Magazin.
For the latest issues of the American Men’s Health we illustrated the portraits of the advisor pages.
Our series of One-pager-Illustrations about the playboy editor we call ‘Max tries to get laid’ continuous. The newest ones shows ‘Max in the pedestrian area‘ hitting on 100 women and him infiltrating the stripper-group ‘Chippendales’.
‘The Astonishing Tales Of The Time Travelling Woman‘ we called the comic about Angela Merkel visiting histories greatest economists, which we illustrated for the year-end closing issue of ‘Die Zeit’. 11 comic pages build the entire economy section.
In this weeks ‘Stern’ issue we have a pretty cool Onepager – comic about the soccer club Bayern München titled ‘salvation’.
For this month’s Cicero cover about the winners and losers of 2013 we used a neon spot color, which turned out to work just fine. We also illustrated some more ups and downs for the inside of the magazine.
We finally got to draw Batman. Dubai’s entertainment magazine dedicated the december cover to the International Film Festival. Therefore the cover we illustrated shows Batman in Dubai.
On the other side of the world, you can now see our illustrations about the future in the ‘Think Ahead’ exhibition at Scienceworks in Melbourne.
Big fun was this project for the online TV-provider Magine. We got to illustrate some of the coolest present and past TV-shows.
For the ‘Konrad Adenauer Stiftung’ we illustrated an entire issue of their magazine called ‘Die Politische Meinung’ including the Cover and four double-page spread illustrations.
These two Die Zeit Illos we made received an award respectively.
We illustrated several weird images about some peoples histories for 3×3 meters huge canvases which are the basis for four Volksbanken und Raiffeisenbanken TV- commercials currently running in German Television.
For The Wall Street Journal we developed a new style on the subject ‘Pulp’. It looks pretty rough and sketchy however it fits very precise contents. Let’s see where this new way of drawing is taking us to
Every now and then we were assigned to illustrate the Die Zeit cover. In the past months we have been working on the covers more frequently. We developed own ideas, we illustrated the editors ideas and we even did some photo retouching. We are very proud of the results.
The book series ‘Expose’ is featuring the world’s best Digital Artists. We are represented in the current issue with what we do best: Portraits.
The ‘zwei’ issue featuring 18 Full Pages of our realistic, digital painted illustrations about the future was honored with the Red Dot Award.
We illustrated this month’s Cicero magazine, creating the cover, a double-page spread and four additional images on the topic of “The New Status Symbols.”
This month on the newsstands you can choose 1 of 4 ’11 Freunde’ covers created by us featuring the season’s best coach, the best player, the best manager and the best guy in soccer. Our illustrations continue in the magazine inside as well.
You get to make a single illo very often, sometimes even three or five per issue. We created a total of 41 illustrations for the first Cicero Special Edition about the Bundestag elections. Sixteen images illustrate the German states; twenty-two symbolize electoral wards, all in addition to a full page, plus the two covers. Record.
Some of our ‘Die Zeit’ illos about movie pirates have been republished in ‘Courrier International’. We also made some pretty cool additional portraits for it.
For the automobile manufacturer Audi we illustrated a booklet about cacao using cacao. Audi drivers got it for the holidays with a package of cacao. Did I mentioned cacao?
The German Ministry of Defence has it’s own magazine called ‘Y’. We made the cover of this month’s issue as well as three onepagers for the feature story on topic camaraderie in our realistic Digital Painting style. Enjoy.
For our seven pages Comic ‘Der Superknall – fünf Jahre Krise‘, published in ‘Die Zeit’ we won the Ernst Schneider Award 2012 of the IHK in the category ‘innovation’. We devised, scripted, designed and illustrated these seven pages based on a summary of the editors of Die Zeit economy staff, who received the award, too. The Ernst Schneider Award is the most eligible German journalists award for economy. Thanks a lot. We are very proud.
In the North Sea lies the sunken town ‘Rungholt’. The unholy citizens are cursed to a life of boredom. They say when you are above it on a Sunday, in a flying saucer or riding a unicorn or yeti or something, you can hear the church bell ringing. We illustrated this huge double page for the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung.