A hand gesture we all know as “THE DEVIL HORNS” has been around for decades and are still used today.
I wanted to show a symbol in my illustration that demonstrates the importance of inspiration. At my most productive moments, I listen to music to help bring my drawings to life. This Rockin Zombie shows the simplicity of how music touches our souls and helps us create whats inside us.
From stages around the world, to underground mosh pits. This zombie hand will have you rockin' in no time.
Hand drawing done in ink then converted in a digital form to keep the illustration style. I wanted to express an aggressive expression in the skull and transformed his head into flames to show motion in the illustration.
Hand drawing done in ink then converted in a digital form to keep the illustration style. Giving the zombie a shocked expression translated well when applying the illustration in the clock. It would show the end user that they are not the only ones worried about time. Most of parts for the clock were hand crafted and produced by me. The Zombie Clock was featured on abduzeedo.com in 2013.
A robotic polar bear drawing done in ink then converted in a digital form. The poster was published in Surf Expo Magazine in 2012.
The poster was inspired at a time when the Dunkelvolk team was traveling around the world. I wanted to capture various locations, by illustrating a dimensional landscape with different graphic elements.
A zombie drawing done in ink then converted in a digital form to keep the illustration style. This zombie has no pity on the living.
I wanted to create a series of characters with different personalties and expressions.
I wanted to create a character that would evolve from a shark to a dragon.
A pirate ship drawing done in ink then converted in a digital form. I wanted to convey a dramatic scene by using motion and excitement in the illustration.
A lion face I designed for a logo project. The face of the lion is expressive and the hair incorporates movement in the logo.