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Agency: TBWA
Client: SBB

This is an advent calendar with the numbers of the windows hidden in the illustration!

Agency: TBWA
Client: SBB

A series of illustrations highlighting trips for children with SBB.
Figures created by Pixelfarm.ch

Client:Sika
Series of technical drawings showing construction bonding process.

Various maps for exhibitions and mailings.

Agency: Cosmic
Illustrations for a project to do with Swiss food production.

Client: M.Aeppli. UBS
These are illustrations showing the classic holds used by ‘schwingers’, a very popular sport in Switzerland.
They are wrestlers who fight on a bed of sand wearing strange shorts made of thick wool. The man who gets his opponent onto his back has won!

Agency: Regardez
Client: Credit Suisse

Illustrations animated by Regardez for Trust fund films.


Client: NDD
Series of explanatory illustrations used in the product instruction guide.


Agency: H4 UK
Characters created to be used in various films for Vodafone M2M.

Agency: Spillmann, Felser, Leo Burnett
Illustration for an Xmas beer pack, with advent’s calendar.

Agency: Wirz
Client: Migros

The classic board game redesigned for Migros, with real estate based in Switzerland.
The main illustration is a composite of Micros food and retail elements.

Client: Fischmeier, Swiss
Realistic, painted people. Cheaper than hiring models, make-up, photographers and retouchers!

Client: NDD
A series of drawn portraits for their website, a brave departure from the usual photos!
They look a bit rough at this size but reduced for the web they look great!

Agency: Mach

Client: Krax
This is all about looking after cats and especially adopting strays.

Agency: Saatchi.
Xmas card for the Leon cupra showing Santa has made a change!

Agency: Fruitcake
Characters created to be used as influential figures in a pro Gotthard tunnel campaign.

Agency: CARAT
Client: Letzipark
Two posters used to promote Italy and Holland in a large shopping complex in Zurich. Digital paintings.

Agency: Leo Burnett
Client: Teleclub.

This is a proposal for a VR image highlighting various cinematic images, using 3D and 2D elements.

Famous paintings have been ‘repainted’ to make the subjects hold pills, promoted by a pharma company.

Agency: Ruf Lanz
Von Rohr, an old time heavy metal singer had his own talk show. He was known for not keeping his
mouth shut and far passing extreme judgement on guests! This a mix of cgi and compositing.

Project.
Images for print and media show promoting Switzerland, playing with the
outline and shape of the country as represented by different food products.

Storyboard for milk board.

Agency:McCann’s
Eve. A champagne drink for the ladies.

Agency: Boom
Desperados club action!

Client: Saab
Sometimes all you need is a rough layout to sell the idea!

 

Agency: KSP

Agency: Facing
Client: Coop

Layouts for Coop presentation using a sketchy drawing style.

Client: Sebastian Krayer
Layouts for Coop presentation.


Client: Dominic Beyeker

Agency: Valentina Herrmann
Client: Vitra

+ vector

Agency: TBWA
Client: SBB

This is an advent calendar with the numbers of the windows hidden in the illustration!

Agency: TBWA
Client: SBB

A series of illustrations highlighting trips for children with SBB.
Figures created by Pixelfarm.ch

Client:Sika
Series of technical drawings showing construction bonding process.

Various maps for exhibitions and mailings.

Agency: Cosmic
Illustrations for a project to do with Swiss food production.

Client: M.Aeppli. UBS
These are illustrations showing the classic holds used by ‘schwingers’, a very popular sport in Switzerland.
They are wrestlers who fight on a bed of sand wearing strange shorts made of thick wool. The man who gets his opponent onto his back has won!

Agency: Regardez
Client: Credit Suisse

Illustrations animated by Regardez for Trust fund films.


Client: NDD
Series of explanatory illustrations used in the product instruction guide.


Agency: H4 UK
Characters created to be used in various films for Vodafone M2M.

+ pixel

Agency: Spillmann, Felser, Leo Burnett
Illustration for an Xmas beer pack, with advent’s calendar.

Agency: Wirz
Client: Migros

The classic board game redesigned for Migros, with real estate based in Switzerland.
The main illustration is a composite of Micros food and retail elements.

Client: Fischmeier, Swiss
Realistic, painted people. Cheaper than hiring models, make-up, photographers and retouchers!

Client: NDD
A series of drawn portraits for their website, a brave departure from the usual photos!
They look a bit rough at this size but reduced for the web they look great!

Agency: Mach

Client: Krax
This is all about looking after cats and especially adopting strays.

Agency: Saatchi.
Xmas card for the Leon cupra showing Santa has made a change!

Agency: Fruitcake
Characters created to be used as influential figures in a pro Gotthard tunnel campaign.

Agency: CARAT
Client: Letzipark
Two posters used to promote Italy and Holland in a large shopping complex in Zurich. Digital paintings.

+ compositing

Agency: Leo Burnett
Client: Teleclub.

This is a proposal for a VR image highlighting various cinematic images, using 3D and 2D elements.

Famous paintings have been ‘repainted’ to make the subjects hold pills, promoted by a pharma company.

Agency: Ruf Lanz
Von Rohr, an old time heavy metal singer had his own talk show. He was known for not keeping his
mouth shut and far passing extreme judgement on guests! This a mix of cgi and compositing.

Project.
Images for print and media show promoting Switzerland, playing with the
outline and shape of the country as represented by different food products.

+ storyboards and layouts

Storyboard for milk board.

Agency:McCann’s
Eve. A champagne drink for the ladies.

Agency: Boom
Desperados club action!

Client: Saab
Sometimes all you need is a rough layout to sell the idea!

 

Agency: KSP

Agency: Facing
Client: Coop

Layouts for Coop presentation using a sketchy drawing style.

Client: Sebastian Krayer
Layouts for Coop presentation.


Client: Dominic Beyeker

Agency: Valentina Herrmann
Client: Vitra