Its been some crazy weeks! Here are my SPIEGEL covers from the last weeks. I was told that I am the first artist to illustrate 3 consecutive covers in DER SPIEGEL's history!
Very happy that my "Surreal White House" for DIE ZEIT was shortlisted for the World Illustration Award. Thanks to the jury and DIE ZEIT for publishing it BIG on page 2!
Here are the images we are talking about :)
I'm very happy to announce that "They Let You Do It" just won a German Art Directors Club Award in the category "Editorial Illustration/Professional"!
This illustration is also shortlisted for the World Illustration Award!
At the same time, I sincerely apologize that I happen to be one of the 5 people worldwide to profit from this administration.
I was asked by DIE ZEIT to visually comment on the first 100 days of the Trump administration. And this is how I feel.
For bento/SPIEGEL Online I Illustrated the inability to talk about your love for your best friends partner or close ones.
Turkey voted YES. More power to Erdoğan, less power to the people. I illustrated the result for Cosmo (former Funkhaus Europa).
New illustration on the style issue or wearing a beard in 2017.
Happy Valentimes! ;D
Hope you enjoy your day more than this guy. For Playboy Germany.
My Trump took over Women's March.
According to the Hamburger Morgenpost, I created an icon. :)
New illustration for SPIEGEL Online & bento about being happy on vacation and depressed at home.
On my instagram @lennartgaebel you can see the making of.
This was my last illustration of 2016 about not wanting to celebrate on New Years Eve. Definitely not me! For Spiegel Online and bento.
Have a wonderful 2017!
Okay, the headline "Fighting for American values" is just maximum drama... :D:):..But any other than that, the "Neue Presse" wrote a very kind article about me and my current exhibition.
By the way, all NYC illustrations are limited to 15 prints only and some are close to sold out. Check the shop, if you are interested.
I got to draw an illustration for DIE ZEIT about important upcoming decisions that could decide the fate of the European Union. First the referendum in Italy and in April the elections in France.
I always love to add the layout into my illustrations, so I'm very thankful that I got go crazy on this one. Even though this is a serious topic, drawing this felt like setting up dominos in real life. :)
This upcoming Thursday I'll open my exhibition called NYC in Hannover, Germany. Please feel free to join if you happen to be in the neighborhood!
Here's a radio interview I did today about the Trump illustration and the hype around it. (German)