Ride Your Bike!

As we all know it helps keeping our bodies, souls and environment healthy. But did you know that riding your bike for one hour will increase your life span too for approximately one hour? Yeah you read that right! This basically means if you ride your bike foreveryou can live forever! But joke aside! For men riding a bike for three times a week even increases the potency! So stay healthy, help keeping our planet clean and have a good love life by riding your bike more often!

Concept for the Bundestag Deutschland Website 200 year bike anniversary.
Grup Project by Michael Fischer and Valentina Gatterer


My tasks: storyboard, graphics and animation
both of us: concept and idea

Illustrated Story
Book "FLAGRAT"

Poison toads, "Schratteln" and heart eaters.
The most gruesome stories and frightening legends of the city of Graz are retold and illustrated in the book "Flagrat" and take us back into very dark times of the region. The word "Flagrat" derives from the Latin meaning "burning". This word is also presented on the current and centuries-old blazon of Graz. It shows a panther with flames flaring from all orifices.

On the map, the locations of each event are marked - you just have to look for them. If a story is marked without an exact location, it is only known that it has taken place in Greater Graz.


Part of Bachelor Thesis. 2018

Illustrated Story
Book "FLAGRAT"

Poison toads, "Schratteln" and heart eaters.
The most gruesome stories and frightening legends of the city of Graz are retold and illustrated in the book "Flagrat" and take us back into very dark times of the region. The word "Flagrat" derives from the Latin meaning "burning". This word is also presented on the current and centuries-old blazon of Graz. It shows a panther with flames flaring from all orifices.

On the map, the locations of each event are marked - you just have to look for them. If a story is marked without an exact location, it is only known that it has taken place in Greater Graz.


Part of Bachelor Thesis. 2018

Illustrated Story
Book "FLAGRAT"

Poison toads, "Schratteln" and heart eaters.
The most gruesome stories and frightening legends of the city of Graz are retold and illustrated in the book "Flagrat" and take us back into very dark times of the region. The word "Flagrat" derives from the Latin meaning "burning". This word is also presented on the current and centuries-old blazon of Graz. It shows a panther with flames flaring from all orifices.

On the map, the locations of each event are marked - you just have to look for them. If a story is marked without an exact location, it is only known that it has taken place in Greater Graz.


Part of Bachelor Thesis. 2018