Mele Kalikimaka, Hawaiian way of saying Marry Christmas. Just like lyrics from a carol, Christmas is my favorite holiday of the year. For this year, I wanted to do something different. Imagine a sunny Christmas. For some it might not be too new, but for me it was quite interesting. I had fun imagining how it would be to enjoy Christmas in a sunny season and looking forward to the next year where I actually can have one.
Artwork made during a residency at Almost Perfect in Taito-ku, Tokyo. Inspired by the city and its people, Iris drew a geisha letting her hair down.
Displayed as three panels during her show ‘A few hours in Tokyo’ in July 2022.
Artwork made during residency at Almost Perfect in Taito-ku, Tokyo.
Inspired by the masks sold at the market stalls in Asakusa and the shoji frames that are used as doors and windows in Tokyo.
Illustrations for eDRV, a developer of management software for electric vehicle charging networks.
Focussing on core brand values: making an impact, pushing boundaries and working with and for people.
Vintage poster series for a fictitious oddity show with very extraordinary artists. („The Duckordion“ has won a Honorable Mention at 3×3 ProShow No.13 and was published in Lürzer’s Archive „200 Best Illustrators Worldwide 2018/19“).
Pattern of funny people freaking out while shopping. (This illustration is a winner at Creative Quarterly No.59).
This series deals with the causes and effects of global warming and climate change, such as bush fires, polar ice melting and mass consumption/production of meat. This series points out the “hottest” areas in the world on the respective topics.