Hey! I’m Alex!
I am an Illustrator and Character Designer with backgrounds in print design, photography, cosmetics, and social pedagogy. I’m a gamer, traveler, explorer, and all-around creative who loves to observe the inside and the outside of the human condition. I’m a bit of a nerd with a love for cute, whimsical drawing styles and the eras of Art Nouveau and Bauhaus, as well as the intrigue of beautiful hand lettering, illustrating with type and cute patterns. So especially children’s book illustration as well as game design and game illustration are the areas I most aim to work in and for.
So call or email me if you look for:
Sweet subtle children’s book illustration
Comic-style drawings and visualizations
Single Image Licensing
Abstract or cute Pattern design
Versatility for styles that fit your project
Illustration portfolio Contents
- Children’s Book Illustration Current Works in Progress
- Children’s Book Illustration Collection of seasonal Illustrations for kids
- Patterns for fabrics used for baby and toddler Products
- Illustrations for the Fritz Schubert Institut
- TypeArt Series
- Expression Illustrations
- Game Illustration and Poster Illustration for the Card Game Robert erobert die Welt
- Set of Emotion-Based Illustrated Cards
- Minimalistic Vector Illustration
- Caricature Mascot Comic Drawings
- Elegant Art Nouveau-Inspired Series
- Selection of random drawings, illustrations, and artwork
- Handlettering Examples
- Animation Examples
Currently working on
Series of Childrens Book Illustration to depict autumn and Winter themes
Vector patterns for children-focused fabrics for kids’ products on Windelzauberland.de
2x1m Poster Illustration and Character visualisations for Fritz-Schubert-Institut.
TypeArt – Objects in Type, depicting objects as the word in the shape of its object
Illustrated things to say – Visual expression of sayings, notions, opinions, feelings, and thoughts
Cover Illustration and Card Illustrations for representation and showcase of a card game to publishers at upcoming conventions
Mr. Fuhse reported that sadly the game remained unsuccessful while the poster repeatedly generated interest with bypassers.