Die Dinos dachten auch, sie hätten noch Zeit
The Dinos Also Thought They Had Plenty of Time - Your Climate Change Calendar
Everyone is talking about Greta Thunberg and the young climate activists of Fridays for Future - thousands of students take to the streets every Friday here in Germany. Highly motivated and tireless in fighting for their convictions, they are challenging established ideas and structures. Thirteen of Germany’s best-known illustrators want to follow and support the movement throughout the year by means of this perpetual wall calendar.
A protest calendar for students and families, featuring illustrations by Wiebke Rauers, Günther Jakobs, Regina Kehn, Nina Dullek, Martin Baltscheit, Mila Marquis, Stefanie Jeschke, Anne-Kathrin Behl, Pe Grigo, Florentine Prechtel, Dirk Hennig, Isabel Kreitz and Felicitas Horstschäfer!
- Recommended age: 6 +
- EAN: 4260160881475
- Published: 19.08.2019
- Pages: 12
- Illustrations: 12
- Features: 12 illustrations, 12 colored
- Publisher: Dressler Verlag
Günther Jakobs was born in 1978 and studied philosophy and
illustration in Münster. He has been working there as a freelance
illustrator in a shared studio since 2003.
Regina Kehn was born in Hamburg in 1962, studied design at what is
now the University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg and has been
working as a freelance illustrator for magazines (STERN, SPIEGEL)
and publishing houses since 1988.
Nina Dulleck was born in 1975 and has been drawing ever since she
was able to hold a pencil. She is married, has three children and
lives in Rheinhessen amid cherry tree plantations and vineyards.
Stefanie Jeschke studied visual communications at the Bauhaus
University in Weimar and began working for various publishing
houses as an illustrator of books for children and young adults
while still a student. In 2012, she opened her own little studio,
Atelier für Illustratives, in rural Brandenburg. In the small and
ancient town of Treuenbrietzen, she lives and works in her over
Pe Grigo was born in the winter of 1972 and has been drawing ever
since she was able to hold a pencil. For years now, she has been
putting heart and soul into illustrating stories for young and old.
When not in her studio, she can be found walking in the Teutoberger
Forest or sitting in the garden behind her sunshine-yellow house.
WIEBKE RAUERS was born in 1986 and studied communication design in
Düsseldorf, specialising in illustration. On gaining her degree in
2011, she moved to Berlin and worked there for five years as a
character designer at an animation production studio. She has been
freelancing in Berlin since 2015, working on apps, exhibitions and
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Dirk Hennig was born in Dortmund in 1972. He studied graphic design
in Münster, where he made illustration his special subject. After
working as in graphic and web design, he returned (repentantly) to
his drawing board in 2005 and has devoted himself to illustrating
books for children and young people ever since.
Isabel Kreitz, was born in 1967and studied illustration at
Hamburg’s college of design, Fachhochschule für Gestaltung. During
a term abroad attending Parsons School of Design in New York, she
hit on the idea of specialising in comics and cartoons. Since then,
Isabel Kreitz has published numerous comic albums and magazines,
including an adaptation of Uwe Timm’s novel The Discovery of the
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MARTIN BALTSCHEIT was born in Düsseldorf in 1965 and studied
communication design. He works as an illustrator, narrator and
author of books, and audio and stage plays. He has won several
awards for his work, including all of the German state awards, such
as the German Youth Literature Award, the German Short Film Award
and the German Youth Theatre Award.