“A fine example of how an illustrator can work with narrative to build upon an original story”
— It’s Nice That
German artist living in Hamburg, he travels frequently between Milan, Hamburg and New York City. His conceptual illustrations of felt tip and surreal elements feel cinematic and full of narrative. Klaus enjoys drawing a range of environments from the natural to the metropolitan and always captures a sense of scale in his work, playing with perspectives to surprise the viewer, and through colour, compositions, characters, and shadows.
His clients include The New Yorker, Elephant magazine, WeTransfer, Die Zeit, Monocle and The New York Times.