New original artwork. Papercut in A0 / Personal work.
Happy Valentines Day
The Magazine “Akademische Mitteilungen” der Academy of Arts Stuttgart asked me to illustrate a double page on the topic of “Heimat” (The german word that you can’t really translate – it is close to “home”). I decided to show the loss of your home through war.
Lately I made some new papercuts mostly of couples. Here are some samples.
Stephanie Wunderlich’s commission to illustrate a special edition of Wirtschaftswoche, a German women’s magazine, shows world market leaders taking their companies digital. Wunderlich’s illustrations draw attention to an article on the challenges German companies are facing associated with digitalizing financial information. The illustrator combines symbols used in a digital age with a hands-on effort to […]
Stephanie Wunderlich illustrated the last in a series of monthly illustrations this year about what happens in the corridor for Schöner Wohnen magazine, a German women’s magazine. The series answers questions posed in articles published in the magazine. Wunderlich’s signature style of flat shapes and tipped perspective creates a bird’s eye view of her subject.
Stephanie Wunderlich created nine black-and-white illustrations for Mailchimp’s Best Customers’ Automation section as part of the site’s new launch. Wunderlich’s oversized figures show fantastic feats of strength and movement in black on yellow illustrating the reach and speed of Mailchimp’s marketing automation platform and email marketing services.
Stephanie Wunderlich created an illustration for the current issue of Schöner Wohnen, a German interiors magazine for women. Wunderlich’s illustration shows the “Dos and dont’s” of planning a dinner party at home.
Stephanie Wunderlich created a book cover and typography for a new book by Magdalena Jagelke about a teenage girl abandoned by her mother. Book editor, Voland & Quist, commissioned the cover image of a young woman balancing a book on her fingertip. Wunderlich’s one color plus black cover illustration is printed on a brilliant red […]
Stephanie Wunderlich’s recent illustration for the September issue of Schöner Wohnen, a German magazine on interiors. Wunderlich illustrates a monthly column for the magazine. Pictured here is a cozy family bedroom scene. A father reads in bed while a mother drinks warm tea or coffee. A child rests on his father’s leg with a favorite stuffed animal […]
Stephanie Wunderlich created a children’s page for the German women’s magazine, Brigitte, that contains a riddle. Plants in Wunderlich’s illustration have letters assigned to them that must be put in order according to the number of blossoms on each plant. The children are then asked to uncover the name of the girl’s favorite flower. Wunderlich’s delightful illustration of a young girl in […]
Stephanie Wunderlich, co-editor of Spring magazine since 2008, completed a story for this year’s issue on the meaning of work. Spring, an annual mono-thematic anthology, features an unusual combination of comics, illustration and drawing using a wide variety of visual narrative techniques. Wunderlich’s two-color illustration of people at work relies upon bold, abstract shape and line to create a […]
Stephanie Wunderlich illustrated a brochure for the German bank, Hanseatic. The brochure’s topic, “Simplify your life,” presents the themes of clarity and simplicity as they relate to private banking. Wunderlich shows customers getting rid of unnecessary items, finding order, leading a simple but happy life, in concentration, and keeping their focus on what’s important in her two-color […]
For the current issue of the German business magazine, Wirtschaftswoche, Stephanie Wunderlich created two illustrations on the theme of mindfulness. The article explores myths around mindfulness. Does being mindful in work situations lead to less ambition and a slower pace? Does motivation increase when we are less mindful? Wunderlich’s first illustration of a woman in a coffee […]