Monday, July 20, 2020

2021, Fuck Yeah!

Once again, I was asked to join Schlogger's annual "Fuck Yeah" calendar, which contains weekly illustrations by some of Germany's coolest cartoonists and illustrators (and also me).

For this year's edition I collaborated with David Füleki, whose work I've been a fan of for a long time. Roughly speaking, he drew the right half of the picture, I the left half. We both worked on the colors and the original idea came from my gf Katja Klengel.

Because the calendar is supposed to be family-friendly, we made an alternate version without the umbilical cord for it. I prefer the version with the cord, though. also has a brief interview with me about my illustration for last year's calendar and current projects.

Friday, July 17, 2020


For an upcoming special screening presented by my publisher Zwerchfell, I got to illustrate this poster for Alfred Hitchcock's horror classic "Psycho" (which turns 60 this year):

"Clean" version:

You can buy a print of the first version at the event on August 26 at Harmonie Kinos Frankfurt. The proceeds go to Sea-Watch!

Sunday, July 12, 2020

Die Toten @ CSE digital

The German comics community was very sad when our biggest comics festival, Comic-Salon Erlangen, had to be cancelled this year because of Covid-19. Luckily, the good folks at Kulturamt Erlangen came up with a digital alternative and launched a digital platform called #CSEdigital. On it, there will be a lot of cool content from many of my fellow comics creators and me.

Together with Comic Solidarity and podcast Der Tele-Stammtisch, we made the following video, which contains a short interview and a 15-minute video version of my comic Die Toten: Isar Palace (in German). The character voices are Katja Klengel & me.

If you want to know the rest of the story, you can order the comic at your local comic shop or book store or online at Kwimbi and