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Psychologie Heute

Learning to be Close Again

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Artist Name

New series of illustrations for Psychologie Heute about couples that grow apart and how they can learn to be close again.

Luisa Jung
illustration of Research shows that most people go through an
average of five traumatic experiences during their lifetime.
crisis, trauma, life, hope, positive, past, present, family, home, death, dog, girl, toy, mother, psychology, resilience
illustration of Illustrations for an article about gender differences in heartdisease and their significance for diagnosis and therapy.
heart, disease, therapy, female, medicine, health, venus, painting, museum
illustration of Commissioned illustrations for an article about ‘Emodiversity”. How having a balanced emotional eco-system can help us lead better lives.
ecology, psychology, beetles, diversity, emotions, emoticons, people, collection
illustration of Illustrations for an article about gender differences in heartdisease and their significance for diagnosis and therapy.
heart, disease, therapy, female, medicine, health, sculpture, museum, gender
illustration of You Pfizer, Me Moderna: Vaccine Recipients declare Loyalty.
vaccine, covid-19, loyalty, masks, pandemic, conversation, outdoors
illustration of Tending to your social-media self: the business of self-glorification.
social media, david, michelangelo, narcissist, likes, psychology, ego, technology, church, religion, psychology, editorial, conceptual
illustration of Cover illustration about an article about the difficult work of finding simple treatments for acute viral infections, such as COVID-19.
illustration of Illustration for an article about early retirement plans, its pros and cons and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on public pensions.
illustration of Cuckoo Clock
illustration of New series of illustrations for Psychologie Heute about couples that grow apart and how they can learn to be close again.

Profile

Luisa Jung was born in Buenos Aires, she is both an illustrator and an architect. Her work spans from analogue collage to digital art. With a dash of humor and a personal touch she creates colorful images that convey a strong message. Her client portfolio includes renowned names such as New York Times, Psychologie Heute and Cambridge University Press. She lives and works in Cologne, Germany.

Style/Techniques

Conceptual, Digital, Figurative, Graphic, Tempera, Texture

Subject/Specialties

Botanical, Editorial, Family, Health, Medical, Nature, People, Portrait, Religious, Romance, Science, Scientific, Still Life, Technology, Lifestyle, Feminine, Masculine, Financial