Stephanie Wunderlich illustrates a double-page spread on authenticity for Wirtschaftswoche, a German business magazine. The article entitled, “Be whatever you like but not yourself,” is about bad manners and the excuses we make for them. Wunderlich shows a man with his feet on his desk, arm swung over his chair, with laptop propped up in his lap.
Stephanie Wunderlich illustrates a double-page spread on the challenges of working from a home office for the current issue of Wirtschaftswoche, a German business magazine. In her lively block color and flat pattern image, Wunderlich shows how children playing, the dog, and clothing hanging to dry are just some the distractions faced by people working from home. The article suggests that […]
Stephanie Wunderlich created a cover illustration about the impact of first impressions for Wirtchaftswoche, a German-language weekly business news magazine. Wunderlich illustrates the article, “Be brave,” with a woman waiting to be revealed from behind a red curtain.
Stephanie Wunderlich created a series of illustrations on financial topics for Schwab magazine’s Winter Issue. Her editorial illustration on families who donate money to charity shows a father pushing a wheelbarrel of money wrapped in ribbon to a designated charity as his family looks on.
Stephanie Wunderlich created a playful 3D paper illustration of a beach scene for a Google Doodle on October 7th. Wunderlich’s beach scene of two bathers wearing colorful inner tubes jumping into deep blue water as others recline in beach baskets was created to commemorate the 172nd birthday of Wilhelm Bartelmann, the inventor of the Strandkorb […]
Stephanie Wunderlich illustrates a monthly column for Eltern, a German family and parenting magazine. Wunderlich’s illustration of a woman’s brain synapses lighting up when she thinks about shopping, appears in the latest issue of the magazine. Her editorial illustration is about the instant gratification we get when we shop.
Stephanie Wunderlich was awarded a juried prize by the 2017 Hiiibrand International Illustration Competition for her book project, Busy. Wunderlich created 100 black-and-white illustrations showing busy people sealed off from the world around them and its distractions. Using bold graphic shapes and relevant detail, in a style all her own, Wunderlich created a thoughtful book of her editorial […]
Stephanie Wunderlich illustrated a double-page spread and a series of illustrations for Wirtschaftswoche on how to avoid choosing the wrong candidate for a managerial position. Wunderlich’s fun and colorful editorial illustration shows a job candidate on a treadmill with electrodes attached to his chest taking a “stress test” while two interviewers take notes on the prospective employee’s qualifications.
In this sensitive and poignant illustration of a family after the loss of a partner, the illustrator chose subtle color and a strongly-symbolic composition to convey the unity of a family and the financial impact after the death of a spouse. The young family sits on a stack of paper money as coins drop to the ground. The […]
In case you aren’t familiar with The Spring Collective, they publish a magazine that I’ve been co-editor of for the past nine years on the environment and other people-friendly topics. The Collective just celebrated the release of its Spring issue, “Yo future.” My head’s above water in this illustration but what’s underneath could scare anyone. My story tells about […]
I won a Merit Award for a series of illustrations I did last year for the german newspaper ZEIT
The illustration”Hubbub” for the anthology “Constellations” by Studio Pilar was selected as Chosen winner by American Illustration 36
Stephanie Wunderlich studied both at FH Augsburg and ISIA Urbino and graduated with a degree in communication design. Based in Hamburg/ Germany she works as a freelance illustrator for international magazines and publishers of books. Her favourite medium is paper collage. She creates her illustrations using digital as well as analog techniques (scissors and glue). […]