Illustrations of current approaches and basic methods in archaeological research regarding past environmental change, human-environment relationship and interaction – and the important role of such data for current climate and climate change research. For a poster exhibition of the German Archaeological Institute’s “Groundcheck” research programme.
Illustration of food processing on the roofs of early Neolithic Göbekli Tepe (Turkey) and the grinding of red ochre in the course of ritual activity there for L. Dietrich, Plant Food Processing Tools at Early Neolithic Göbekli Tepe, Summertown: Archaeopress 2021.
Illustrated reportage: “A-Digging on a Tell”, or: A day in the field — An illustrated excavation diary, medium.com (04, 2021).
Series of illustrations on the evolution of scientific publishing for an article about the “Archäologischer Anzeiger” and the new DAI lense viewer in “Archäologie Weltweit” resp. “Archaeology World-wide” 1/2020, a magazine of the German Archaeological Institute (DAI).
Illustrations for an online video clip for the German Archaeological Institute (DAI) social media channels, narrating the institute’s founding in 1829 in Rome.
Illustrations for various publications, print and online (click for details), e.g. cover illustration for EPOIESEN 03, 2019, cover illustration for Bilim ve Ütopya, May 2019, article illustration in Aktuell Arkeoloji 69, 2019, reconstruction illustration in PLOS ONE, May 1, 2019, article illustration for The Tepe Telegrams, December 2017, design for an event announcement of the German Archaeological Institute (August 2020).
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