For the last 2 weeks I welcomed 15 year old Larissa as a trainee.
She completed an internship by creating a fashion paper mannequin with two dresses, which I proudly present in this blog…
Proud Teacher and trainee
Things I’m working on at the moment: The whimsical things that go on in Franz Kafka’s head…
This is the first part of an animation series that will be included in a film documentation about several German-language poets.
In 1992 this Super 8 animation of mine, Beloved Murderer!, was screened at the Frameline Film Festival in San Francisco.
I haven’t seen it myself for years, so I’m very glad that it recently was relaunched within the new “Frameline Voices” project which makes over 80 films free and available to wider audiences via YouTube and Vimeo.
On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the German Illustrators Organisation a huge Open House event was taking place on the 31st of August 2012:
in the Long Night of Illustration (Die Lange Nacht der Illustration) more than 40 artist studios presented their works all over Berlin.
So did “Drawery Kull” (“Zeichnerei Kull”) with four illustrators in all:
me – Heidi Kull, Anna Hybsier (Comic Artist), Peter Pfeiffer (Children Book Artist) and Maike Biederstaedt (Pop Up Book Artist).
We had a great time and welcomed about 120 visitors in that night.
Here are some impressions…