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German artist, illustrator and author of several books about drawing, sketching and watercolor.
Professor at the Münster school of design, lives in Berlin, Germany.
He is a leading illustrator in urban sketching.
He mixes traditional techniques and modern sensibility with watercolours and inks. His work, rather than depicting the observed, conveys his unique vision and character. With bold strokes and vibrant colours, he invites you to experience the world from his curious perspective. Scheinberger values authenticity and personal expression over perfection, and his style is characterised by his humorous touch and fusion of colour and stroke.
German-Russian artist and illustrator of 60+ books for children and grown-ups, honoured with numerous international awards. Author of „Multitalent Gouache“ and „Ein Tag in Cap d`Agde“. Lives in Berlin, Germany.
An illustration project by Natascha Schwarz that redefines the medium of the „Wimmellbild“, the large format image that teems people, animals and urban architecture in one scene. These illustrated maps, be it Berlin, Rome or Cologne, invite you to discover and play.
Born in St Petersburg in 1977, has lived and worked in Berlin since 2000. From 2000 to 2005, he completed a degree in Fine Arts under Prof. Georg Baselitz at the Berlin University of the Arts, and from 2005 to 2006 he was a master student with Prof. Daniel Richter. In 2017 he was recognized with the Canadian Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Award. His works have been exhibited in Eupope, and United States. Akulin’s works are held in private and public museum collections, including the art collection of the German Bundestag.
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