In collaboration with the Next Comic Festival, The Arc Electronica Center and the Augmented Reality App “Artivive” we were able to create comics for the visitor to experience as a varied medium: as well as exhibition, the comics were also interactive with the user and were shown on a 16 x 9 meters wall and another 16 x 9 meters floor projection.
The project “pink blue.” is an event for families with the purpose to show them a gender neutral world of toys, clothes and education and to allow parents and children to break away from gender binary. This concept gives the children the possibility to explore their gender without restriction from society or the gender they were born with.
The theme of the Next Comic Festival 2019 in Linz was to show different interpretations of the word “travel”. I traveled back in time to demonstrate the daily routine of a housewife in the 60s. The main topic is the idea of beauty and how it is portrayed by the media. To bring this comic to life I used the stop-motion technique and added sounds from 60s commercials and mixed it with household noises to create an information overload for the viewer.
I came up with the idea for this poster series during the first lockdown in 2020 while I was listening to the song “A Day In The Life” by the Beatles.
In Austria it is common tradition to drink a “Verdauungs
Together with the digital agency Pulpmedia we created an advertising campaign for the fast food restaurant “Burgerista”. In the period from march to june 2019 my animations were shown on the clients social media platforms (Instagram and Facebook).
The task of this project was to create a cover of a fictional magazine called “SLASH”. This also included to design the table of contents and four pages of the feature. The main topic was “The Happy Show” a museum exhibition about the work of austrian graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister.