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Welcome to Germany!

Last November, Christoph Kellner and I did the graphic recording at the “Ankommen in Deutschland” conference in Leipzig, which discussed the situation of refugees in Germany from different perspectives. Our task was to listen for pertinent topics, and visualize them on pieces of A4 paper, which resulted in a sort of mosaic (image by Björn Bernat):

Ankommen in Deutschland (by Björn Bernat)

 

Björn also took some great pictures of us while working, this one is probably my favorite:

Ankommen in Deutschland (by Björn Bernat)

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Thinking on my feet

What I love about graphic recording is that it constantly challenges you to come up with visual metaphors for abstract concepts. Sometimes people give you really good images (such as the ‘grease’ example below), but mostly you’re on your own. Here is a selection of images from a recent gig which I am really happy with.

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Day of German Diversity

Last week, I went to Stuttgart to do some graphic recording at the Day of German Diversity, organized by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development and the Partnership with Africa Foundation. I was accompanied by Ellen and Suse from 123comics, who worked with me on recording the working groups taking place during the conference. It was a great experience to work with them, and I think the results really capture the spirit of the conference.

Day of German Diversity

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