wow :) eastern can arrive now! Tina went crazy and made a whole new set of little illustrations for easter. Get your favorite easter egg postcard and sent it to your loved ones!
Elementarfragen Cover Illustration
Exceptional personalities and biographies.
In search of answers behind the obvious and on the trail of human motives, Nicolas Semak poses the elementary questions, "Elementarfragen", in an interview.
The podcast appears roughly once a month. Tina Zellmer created the cover illustration for this.
backpacker magazine / DIY Conifer Infusion
This illustration by Tina for backpacker magazine, is an instruction to make a Conifer Infusion yourself.
This infusion can be used to make an elixir to soothe coughs and boost the immune system. Or use it as an ingredient in a signature foraged cocktail.
Clip of a few small branches from a conifer tree (pine, spruce, fir, etc.). Do NOT use Yew, which is toxic.
Chop the needles and twigs and fill a jar halfway with the trimmings. Cover the plant matter with your favorite alcohol, or apple cider vinegar. Add a few tablespoons of honey or maple syrup. Cover and let steep for one week, shaking daily.
christmas is near
Tina is developing a new set of christmas cards for one of her clients. Not long to go now and christmas 2020 is here.
Designing tattoos is not easy. It is important to make something the client is really happy with - for ever! Tina treats her clients with respect and lots of understanding and emaphty. Together they work on something that will last forever.
Another illustration for Tinas client "viertausendhertz" podcast-group. This drawing is about producing podcasts and to listen to them.
illustration for a podcast cover about #pandemia #corona #virus for 4000hertz
hard to translate this german wordplay on this new postcard: IN REALITY THE TRUTH IS DIFFERENT
Illustration course // Denmark / Viborg / VIA University College /
Altogether, the course is a good foundation, both artistically and technically, for building up a career as an illustrator and Tina was happy to have been invited and have the chance to work alongside so many other highly skilled colleagues.
THE CHRONICLE OF PHILANTROPY
"The editors mentioned how Tina Zellmer made some very difficult concepts come alive", said art-director Sue LaLumia of The Chronicle of Philanthropy. Tina made some beautiful illustrations guiding and navigating critical trends - in fundraising, grant making, advocacy, and more.
Zukunft Jetzt - Deutsche Rentenversicherung
Illustrated London News Limited
poetry / astrid lindgren
... einfach dasitzen und vor sich hinschauen, das wünscht sie euch :)
special coaster collection about women's right
Each coaster is a work of art by one of the agency’s illustrators, with a focus on an important social issue. “We produce a collection of coasters to showcase the work of the illustrators we represent and to address an important causes that we feel strongly about,” Goodson told The Message. Art, she believes, can be a driver of social change. “It’s my way of addressing important social issues that I feel are important.”
This year’s theme is #OurBodiesOurChoices, addressing a woman’s right to choose what to do with her body.
“I have to say that this year’s concept is very important to me with all that is going on regarding women,” said Goodson. “Abortion rights, the #MeToo movement, body image, there are so many and I wanted to address them, especially the right to choose. It’s hard to believe we are still talking about overturning abortion rights in 2019.”
In "Reflektor" führt Jan Müller von der Band Tocotronic, substanzielle Gespräche mit Gespräche mit Musiker*innen.
Planet B ist ein Gedankenexperiment und ein Utopie-Testgelände, indem radikale Gesellschaftsvisionen ausgeloted werden.
Und bei Weisst Du's schon, dürfen nun auch endlich Kinder zuhören: 20 Tiere werden in kurzen Hörrätseln gesucht.
Chevrolet New Roads magazine
AOK Vigo Geschwister
Danke an den WDV Verlag für die tolle Art-direktion.
++ ma vie magazine 2018 ++
Anna Goodson - coaster image
Art with kids
Tina Zellmer created this illustration for a feature in The Actuary magazine, an insurance industry publication for people who calculate risk. The article, on chemical and biological terrorism and its role in property contamination, addresses insurance liability in the instance of an attack.
Zellmer’s line drawing of a survivor in a gas mask on a background of collaged buildings amidst symbols of chemical exposure, is a fine example of her editorial illustration.
ma vie 'postcards'
ma vie '11 Dinge'
communication app Autism ':prose'
Montreal birthday / Anna Goodson Management coaster promo