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This illustration is a part of a series of posters for Communication Group iMars. images is a communication group providing a full range of services in the sphere of marketing communications. The poster's title is "Is there communications on Mars?"

Anna Xenz
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illustration of Alfio Baldolla 'Money makes you happy' book cover
illustration of Illustration for the cover of Philosophie magazine (France) «Can we put ourselves in the shoes of others.»
illustration of My cover for the Kids and Family issue for the ForbesLife. The issue’s main characters are two multi-child fathers, both from Forbes list, who are intended to leave their wealth to charity funds. 
When you usually see pictures of a parent giving a gentle hug to a child, the parent is most likely to be mother. But this is not right. We break stereotypes at ForbesLife cover story.
illustration of My cover for the Kids and Family issue for the ForbesLife. The issue’s main characters are two multi-child fathers, both from the Forbes list, who are intended to leave their wealth to charity funds. 
When you usually see pictures of a parent giving a gentle hug to a child, the parent is most likely to be a mother. But this is not right. We break stereotypes in the ForbesLife cover story.
illustration of Illustration series for the Forbes Woman magazine
illustration of Illustration for the cover of Philosophie magazine (France) «Can we put ourselves in the shoes of others.»
illustration of Illustration series for the Forbes Woman magazine
illustration of Illustration series for the Forbes Woman magazine
illustration of Series of prints for a clothing brand for women.
illustration of Series of prints for a clothing brand for women.
illustration of Series of prints for a clothing brand for women.
illustration of Series of prints for a clothing brand for women.
illustration of ‘The wild book’ by Juan Villoro. Book cover illustration, lettering, and design. This book cover was shortlisted for World Illustration Award 2020.
“The Wild book” tells us about the mystery of reading and how cosmic it can be. It tells us about friendship and growing up, about a child who grows up remains close to family and finds his pride and way. But first of all, it is about the magic of reading.
illustration of The main illustration for Forbes 30 Under 30 is a definitive list of young people under 30 years old changing the world issued annually by Forbes magazine.
illustration of Illustration for the cover of a brochure on how digitalization will help restaurateurs and all people who work for restaurants with its management.
illustration of The illustration for the poster for the play “She’s a girl, she can do whatever she wants” is based on a story about how a woman can be a girl at any age.
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illustration of Portrait for the promo poster for the TV Show
illustration of Financier magazine cover illustration. The central theme and the header were
illustration of “To enter and to exit safely.” The first and the main Illustration from a series of eight for an article in ForbesLife about myths around midlife crisis and ways out. Because the article was about myths, my idea was to draw illustrations in the style of ancient Greek painting on amphorae.
illustration of This picture has been created related to the Trotsky TV series.
Trotsky was a brilliant thinker, speaker, and organizer, the “demon” of the revolution, as they used to call him, a contradictory figure...And I wonder, at what point do big ideas turn into despotism? Why does it have blood and then darkness? Why did the scissors cut history into “before” and “after,” and what was Trotsky’s part in the process?
animation of Animation and opening titles for Literature&Theater Festival
illustration of Cover Illustration for the Simple Wine News magazine. This draw for a front cover is based on a burning topic of the restaurant market during CoviD. We worked with the body in June 2020, starting before the lockdown was over. The situation changed every day (go on sleeping); there was a risk that we draw one thing and find out later that it was entirely off the table. But we seem to have finally nailed it:) what else? There are five particular chefs on the cover.
illustration of “To enter and to exit safely.” The first and the main Illustration from a series of eight for an article in ForbesLife about myths around midlife crisis and ways out of it. Because the article was about myths, my idea was to draw illustrations in the style of ancient Greek painting on amphorae.
illustration of “To enter and to exit safely.” The first and the main Illustration from a series of eight for an article in ForbesLife about myths around midlife crisis and ways out of it. 
Because the article was about myths, my idea was to draw illustrations in the style of ancient Greek painting on amphorae.
illustration of
illustration of The second version of the poster for the movie “The Three” was directed by Anna Melikyan.
illustration of Book cover for the “Island days” by Gideon Samson. The characters are 13 and 14. These are the first summers of their freedom - when you are allowed to go on your own with friends wherever - beaches, bikes, the afternoon sun as if you’ve suddenly broken free from your previous life and every day you wake up anew, different. And these smells and colors - the crazy wild colors of the afternoon sea, the bright skies, how clear and acute they are. The whole world is so brand new.
illustration of «Hiding is dangerous. Go see a doctor!»
This project, which received tremendous positive feedback, was done in cooperation with Cancer Prevention Foundation. Its main idea goes like this: when feeling even slightly unwell, one should see a doctor instead of burying one’s head in the sand and waiting for it to dissolve. (Which is relevant now with CoVid too). Last year, the posters were all around the place - in the subway and medical institutions.
illustration of Illustrations on escapism for GRAZIA magazine. Where goes the borderline between daydreaming and escaping reality? Is the latter dangerous? Are books any different in this sense than games, Tik Tok and TV series? How about food and alcohol addiction? Does it matter which “tool” the person chooses? And a few words on natural selection that goes on in the article in Grazia magazine.
illustration of Illustration for the cover for 'Uncensored Collection' by Alexander Tsypkin. The book owes its name to a comedic description of relationships between authorities and people. The top figure in the drawing symbolizes the rules, and the lower one – is the people. On the other hand, most of the stories in the book deal with mere entanglements of human relationships – all narrated ironically.
This illustration was longlisted for the World Illustration Awards 2020.
illustration of The sketch for the poster for the movie “The Three”
illustration of It’s gotta better to be kittens sometimes. An illustration for the article in MAXIM magazine, «Why Daddy’s Liver Is Bigger.»
illustration of The first version of the poster for the movie “The Three” was directed by Anna Melikyan.
illustration of Here’s one of my illustrations for an article in the ForbesLife for the issue devoted to charity. It incorporates everything I feel towards people in charity, admiration primarily. These people help and support others while walking up the uneven stairs in almost complete darkness—at least, this is how I see what they do. 
Soundtrack: U2's “One” - “We got to carry each over”
illustration of The cover illustration for the spoken word album. This illustration is about how theater life turned to digital during the pandemic.
illustration of Cover illustration and design for the family comedy novel by Kate Hilton, «Better Luck Next Time,» about a woman and her family - for those of us who have survived siblings, children, parents, and marriage.
The storyline involves family relationships - intricate as they always are in a big family. The cover’s concept is built around the image of a doll’s house I spotted in my friends’ daughter’s room. The daughter is seven and no longer plays with the house, so it became toy storage.
illustration of Digital illustration
illustration of Illustration for the audio album of short stories
illustration of Book cover illustration for the book “House of good-bye” by Alexander Tsypkin
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illustration of The cover for the ForbesWoman podcast 'Mam at Work.' What does it mean to be a mother in 2022?
illustration of Here’s what I drew for an incredibly important article in the charity issue of ForbesLife. The article’s called “Every single penny. Why are charity organizations entitled to make money”.
illustration of A cover for a book which is a collection of short stories entitled
illustration of That’s what we missed last year—illustration for the woman GRAZIA magazine.
illustration of When tears turn into flames⠀
‘Just as grapes will inevitably turn into wine, so will a woman ’s tears turn into fury.’ Illustration for the short movie poster “Did you love him?”
illustration of Illustration for an article “The Dashing Women of the 1990-s.” in the ForbesWoman.

Profile

Anna Xenz is an illustrator. Her professional activities focus on book covers, film posters, entertainment, advertising, editorial illustrations, and animation (such as music videos and title sequences). She uses symbolic, playful language and looks for narrative scenarios in things surrounding her and relating to everyday experiences. She makes a point of finding visual images that strike a nerve and encourage the onlookers to discover something new about themselves – with irony but without moralizing. Commissions include Forbes, Gillette, Sony Music, Philosophie magazine, Grazia Magazine, MAXIM Magazine, Message to Man International Film Festival, and AST Publishing. Awards: World Illustration Awards (Shortlist), 50 Books | 50 Covers - Design Observer, iJUNGLE Illustration Awards, Logo Lounge World Best logos. Exhibitions: Crypto and Digital Art Fair CADAF 2021, Gogol Center 2018: Personal Exhibition.

Style/Techniques

Conceptual, Graphic, Collage, Black & White, Lettering, Motion, Film/Entertainment, Photoillustration, Silhouette, Digital, Mixed Media, Calligraphy, Vector, Stylized, Concept Art, Design, e-Learning, Pattern, Figurative, Line with Color, Animation, Texture

Subject/Specialties

Corporate, Food, Technology, Web Illustration, Lifestyle, Financial, Family, Transportation, Political, Music, Wildlife, Landscape, Spiritual, Sports, Celebrities, Edgy, Editorial, Maps, Children, Humor, Health, Textiles, Science, Children's Books, Fantasy, Vintage / Retro, Feminine, Book Covers, Portrait, Scientific, Leisure, Futuristic, Animals, Historical, Youth, Food/Beverage, People, Web Design, Education, Holidays, Romance, Computers, Mystery, Fashion/Cosmetics, Sci-Fi, Posters, Action