Hallo, I’m a designer from Germany, currently living in Edinburgh. While my heart beats for illustration most I also love typography, web, logo & icon design and all things graphical. Drop me a mail and now have fun browsing to the right, Jonas









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I grew up in Lübeck at the coast of North-Germany and learned to love the northern wilderness, the bad weather and the sea there.
2003 I started studying Graphic Design at the University of Fine Arts Braunschweig. Sometimes I missed the sea. In September 2007, I went to Istanbul for two semesters of Erasmus-exchange. In 2009 I finished school and I've been working as a freelance illustrator/designer since then. I'm calling Edinburgh my second home now, the sea is near even though you don't really notice it (thanks, Leith Port).
I like crows and cats and dogs and I am interested in everything phantastic (especially if it isn't about white guys in fake medieval Europe) as well as current political issues, social justice, privacy protection, copyright-issues, globalization, environment protection, fight against racism and discrimination etc. I love asian movies and I've been addicted ever since to graphic storytelling, fine children books, good typography and unknown animations.


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