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In 2017, investigators received evidence of a case of sexual abuse, that so far uncovered a huge and incredible network of men who inflict sexual violence on children in Germany. I did a series of illustrations in black and white for print and colored them for ZEIT online.

Isabel Seliger

Isabel Seliger

illustration of Our earth from the perspective of Lionel Verney who is the only survivor of a global plaque in Mary Shelley‘s novel „The Last Man“ (1826).
Illustration for The New York Times on
illustration of I created this Google Doodle in honor of Emma Ihrer, who was one of the founders of the proletarian women’s movement in Germany.
It was published on January 3 at google.com (Germany) to celebrate her 161st birthday.
illustration of Illustration for The New York Times Opinion section for a piece by Meredith Talusan on why transition as mourning is harmful to trans people. _ Mirror Woman Father Table Sad Depression
illustration of Illustration for The New York Times on
illustration of Illustration for The New Yorker`s Goings On About Town section on Henrik Ibsen’s “Ghosts” starring Uma Thurman during the Williamstown Theatre Festival. _ Mirror Woman Couple Gloomy Purple Spooky
illustration of „Wartime Acts, Postwar Retribution: A Mother’s Risky Legacy“. Illustration for The New York Times Book Review on Penelope Lively‘s review of Michael Ondaatje‘s book „Warlight“. _ Grid Sequential Blurry Sepia Monochrome Somber Dog Race Shadow Story
illustration of For a special edition of Süddeutsche Zeitung Langstrecke on the topic of sustainability.
A giant
illustration of Sequential art for Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin on a story by Marcus Ertle about a pensioner from Augsburg who once came home
realizing that his toilet has disappeared. It‘s a story about insolence, shame and way too much patience.
illustration of Perspective 1 from a 2 part personal series. _ Stuck Identity Crisis Shadow Wall Disappear Shame Sepia Sand Brown Grey Lost Alone Solitude Simple Minimal
illustration of Personal piece on Summer (from the perspective of a currently sort of depressed and negative mind (not really (on and off))) Butterflys (Hope) and Social Distancing during a Global Crisis.
illustration of „Inside a Pennsylvania Prison’s Hunger Strike“ - Inmates asked for COVID-19 protection. They were met with riot gear.

For this story, PA Post, Franklin County Free Press and Rolling Stone conducted close to two-dozen witness interviews, and went through hundreds of messages, email chains, grievance filings, and text threads to piece together the events during this protest.
illustration of „Inside a Pennsylvania Prison’s Hunger Strike“ - Inmates asked for COVID-19 protection. They were met with riot gear.

For this story, PA Post, Franklin County Free Press and Rolling Stone conducted close to two-dozen witness interviews, and went through hundreds of messages, email chains, grievance filings, and text threads to piece together the events during this protest.
illustration of
illustration of In 2017, investigators received evidence of a case of sexual abuse, that so far uncovered a huge and incredible network of men who inflict sexual violence on children in Germany.
I did a series of illustrations in black and white for print and colored them for ZEIT online.
_ clouds monochrome inverted crib mobile blue minimal simple emotive
illustration of In 2017, investigators received evidence of a case of sexual abuse, that so far uncovered a huge and incredible network of men who inflict sexual violence on children in Germany.
I did a series of illustrations in black and white for print and colored them for ZEIT online.
_ clouds monochrome inverted father child toddler blue minimal simple emotive shadow
illustration of „Restraint and Respect in a #MeToo Culture - Coeducational Conscience“
I got the chance to work with MetaLeap Creative  to do the cover and one additional illustration for byFaith magazine No.60! _ Woman Man Abyss Shadow Close
illustration of Woman Weasel Window World News Smoke Stage Haze City Future Frame Picture Curtain Trees Flying Objects Alone Solitary Isolation Global Crisis
illustration of Experimental Window View Sea Ocean Dark Purple Rain Shadow Light Grainy Blurry Sky Melancholic Solitude Quiet Dystopia Surreal
illustration of I was playing with Procreate on the iPad Pro and created this piece of a godlike character at the edge of a gloomy glimmering red sea. This is one piece of a series. A mirrored frame and a landscape inside. _ Decorative Red Chocolate
illustration of A personal drawing I did completely on the iPad Pro using Procreate.

#head #man #male #queer #portrait #red #square #sideview #cave #mirrored #water #black #strange #hair #serious #ear
illustration of Illustration for Bloomberg on “Psychedelics, Ferraris and Art: An Alternative Investment Guide”. _ Laser Grid Auction Ferrari Red Stars Space Universe Glow Plane
illustration of
illustration of Dream Fear Light Sea Shine Gold Yellow Fall Apart Quiet Silence Glow Eyes Closed Surreal Global Crisis
illustration of My portrait of comic artist Daniel Clowes for a story in the February 2016 issue of The California Sunday Magazine. _ Night Sky Stars Space Floating Objects Desk Universe Weightlessness
illustration of Illustration on a story about making friends with animals by David Sedaris. _ Fox Bushes Green Steak
illustration of
illustration of For The New York Times Disability series on John Altmanns story „My Doctor Said I Wouldn‘t Walk. I Can“.
It’s about the authors experience learning to walk while heavily impeded by cerebral palsy. _ Grid Crutches Walker Boy Grandma Microscope
illustration of Space Station Ship View Circle Red Sky Doom Skyline Building Skyscraper Back View
illustration of “In class I heard we had an after-school activity.
It was a painting class and we had to paint tongues.” Illustration of a children's dream for Roger Omar's Book of Dreams. _ Girls Glasses Fancy Bangs Hair Wicked Red
illustration of A giant sleeping woman in a landscape on the topic of
illustration of A personal drawing I did on the iPad Pro using Procreate. _ Shadow Blurry Mother Child Light Death
illustration of Alternative movie poster for
illustration of For Buzzfeed on Anna Goshua`s piece
illustration of I made 7 illustrations for Topic.com`s December 2018 issue „Rites of Passage“ on „The Death Disrupters“ by Andy Wright. „These six people are trying to make dying in America better—for both the living and the dead“.
The DeathLAB is a Team from Columbia University who are
illustration of Illustration for Republik.ch on a story by Ronja Beck.
As a young kid she saw a boy bleeding next to the tram tracks. A picture she has never forgotten.
20 years later she want‘s to know: What happened back then?
illustration of “Inside the World`s Most Elite (and Secret) Traders`Club” Illustration for Bloomberg.
illustration of Illustration for Bloomberg on “Where to Invest $1 Million Right Now”. An investment guide for millionaires. (from 2018)
illustration of Illustration for NPR`s four-part series on the experience of failure and how people deal with it. This one:
illustration of Who Gets To Be The
illustration of Illustration for The New Yorker on a piece about the forgotten book 'The Third Reich of Dreams' by Charlotte Beradt, who was a Jewish journalist and based in Berlin when the Nazis came to power, in 1933. 
She interviewed 300 Germans about the dreams they had under Hitler‘s reign.
illustration of My contribution to TRACES - BDP VOL I, an artbook by Black Dragon Press. Solitude, a lost wet world, past and future, in between, a robot, lonely life, a dark cloud, a vanishing landscape. Love for the abandoned one.
illustration of A Christmas tree and a floating dog in some kind of a space station for a Christmas Card from 2016.
illustration of Personal series: Black and White, Bitmap, Quick, Square, Simple, Abstract
illustration of Personal series: Black and White, Bitmap, Quick, Square, Simple, Abstract
illustration of
illustration of Illustration for an article on how TV series creators struggle to renew the genre of cop shows, seen as there are so many of them.
For arte EPISODE, a french/german web magazine about TV series.
illustration of Oskar Hansen portrait for the Architectural Review (October 2015). Featuring “The Road”, his contribution to the Auschwitz-Birkenau memorial competition in 1958.
illustration of Illustration for Buzzfeed to accompany an excerpt of Gabriel Tallent`s debut novel
illustration of
illustration of Lead illustration on an article about the Einstein Aging Study in the Bronx, New York, and it‘s latest effort to stop Alzheimer‘s before it starts. 
For Endpoints, an online science publication by Elysium Health.
illustration of For Het Parool's saturday magazine to accompany an article that includes several women
telling what impact a miscarriage had on their lifes.
illustration of Illustrations for ZEIT Campus on a story about the rise and fall of a lecturer at university, who enjoyed much reputation, until plagiarism came to light.
illustration of This illustration accompanies a report about the first ascent of the Matterhorn
by mountaineer and illustrator Edward Whimper in Reliefs No.7 „Rivages“.
illustration of Illustration for Money.com on
illustration of The second illustration of a series I created for The New York Times Parenting on premature babies in the NICU and how to care for them at home.
illustration of For Het Parool: PS of the Year ! On a story by Rita Schroen who`s second child turned into a crying baby shortly after birth.
illustration of Illustration for NPR on a story about William Coley, 
a surgeon who treated patients using immunotherapy around 100 years ago.
illustration of For The New York Times Parenting on „This Is What Postpartum Anxiety Feels Like“ by Ashley Abramson.
illustration of For the October 2017 issue of The Atlantic on
illustration of Illustration for NPR`s four-part series on the experience of failure and how people deal with it. This one: The Mountain That Got Away
illustration of The Richest People in the Automotive Industry for Bloomberg Persuits. From left to right: Stefan Quandt, Chung Mong-Koo, Elon Musk, Susanne Klatten
illustration of Header for the New York landing page at theculturetrip.com
illustration of „Convergences“ at Areté Venue and Gallery with vibraphonist Patricia Brennan and pianist Richard Valitutto for The New Yorkers Goings On About Town section.
illustration of For a New York Times Opinion piece by Annette Lareau on Thanksgiving and mental illness. She writes

Profile

Isabel Seliger is an artist and illustrator based in Berlin, Germany. In 2014 she graduated from the School of Art and Design Kassel specialized in visual storytelling. Her clients list include The New York Times, The New Yorker, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Bloomberg, The Atlantic and many more.

Style/Techniques

Abstract, Black & White, Conceptual, Digital, Figurative, Graphic, Line, Line with Color, Painterly, Pastel, Realism, Silhouette, Stipple, Technical, Decorative, Pattern, Concept Art, Motion

Subject/Specialties

Action, Adventure, Animals, Architecture, Celebrities, Children, Computers, Editorial, Education, Family, Fantasy, Fashion/Cosmetics, Food, Futuristic, Health, Historical, Holidays, Information Graphics, Landscape, Medical, Music, Mystery, Nature, People, Political, Portrait, Posters, Romance, Science, Scientific, Sci-Fi, Still Life, Technology, Toys & Games, Transportation, Travel, Web Illustration, Wildlife, Lifestyle, Feminine, Masculine, Spiritual, Youth, Game, Environmental, Financial, Grunge, Urban