In 2016 I wanted to try something new: Live-Sketchnoting soccer games. Since you can basically sketchnote everything I thought: Why not? Turns out: It’s a great thing to do even though it’s not easy because it is such a fast game. So I picked some highlights and in games without highlights I just drew everything my co-watcher said.
From time to time I create some sketchnotes just for fun – to introduce myself and to send christmas wishes. The example below is from my sketchnote book: It’s an interview that answers questions in sketchnote style.
I made something similar a while ago and recorded it:
Christmas sketchnotes: A few things about christmas and me
That’s a christmas card I sent out in 2016, gathering a few things about me and my opinion on christmas.
In 2014 I drew one of the Maus – Lach- und Sachgeschichten as a card. It shows how christmas balls are made.
TheHAUS was a temporary art project in Berlin. An old bank was given to street artists to create every room in it before the building and the art will be demolished. There are no photos allowed so I just sketchnoted what I remembered. Read more here (in German)
Haufe publishes Taschenguides—small books about topics from retirement arrangements to self-improvement— that you can buy at station kiosks. They asked me to summarize their contents in sketchnotes to add them to the book-folder.