Tag Archives: Magazine

Published | Animal Tracks in Welt der Wunder

Trittsiegel bzw- Tierspuren von Hiddentracks und Iris Luckhaus in Welt der Wunder Magazin

In the current  “Welt der Wunder” magazine (6/21), there is an exciting interview with the tracker Stefanie Argow of Hidden Tracks, and they’re showing eight of the animal tracks Stefanie and I created together!

Published | Tree Shoots in Waldstück Magazine

Lernposter, Schautafel oder Infografik zum Bestimmen der Knospen und Triebe heimischer Bäume wie Ahorn, Birke, Buche, Eberesche, Eiche, Erle, Esche, Hainbuche, Hasel, Kastanie, Kirsche, Linde, Pappel, Platane, Ulme und Weide auch im Winter erkennen und bestimmen lassen, für das Waldstück Magazin der Niedersächsischen Landesforsten

Today, I was very happy to receive my fresh specimens of the fall issue of »Waldstück«, the awesome free magazine by Niedersächsische Landesforsten! For a kid’s poster inside that magazine, I illustrated 16 tree shoots and buds, for tree identification in winter. On the poster, my graphics are accompanied by some interesting information. 

Published | Bird Silhouettes for Lecker Unterwegs

Vogelsilhouetten im Lecker Unterwegs Magazin

I am very pleased about my specimens of the special »Unterwegs« (issue 03/19) of LECKER magazine by Bauer Media Verlag, which next to delicious recipes for summer, picnic and travels shows my bird silhouettes on a full page! 

Published | Water Animals in Waldstück Magazine

Heimische Wassertiere und wie Du sie erkennst mit Form, Zeichnung und Habitus von Salamander, Grasfrosch, Laubfrosch, Gelbbauchunke, Hecht, Kammmolch, Bachforelle, Spiegelkarpfen, Rotauge, Wels, Flusskrebs, Sumpfschildkröte, Ringelnatter und Aal; Fische, Reptilien und Amphibien, an und im Wasser im Waldstück-Magazin der Niedersächsischen Landesforste

Today, I was very happy to receive my fresh specimens of the summer issue of »Waldstück«, the free magazine by Niedersächsische Landesforsten! For a kid’s poster inside that magazine, I illustrated 16 well-known animals living in and by the water. On the poster, my graphics are accompanied by some really interesting information. 

Published | Bird Silhouettes for Friedrich Verlag

Vogelsilhouetten auf einem Arbeitsblatt zum Vogelflug in den Unterrichtsmaterialien Naturwissenschaften zum Thema Fliegen – Bewegung in der Luft vom Friedrich Verlag

I am very delighted to receive my specimen copies of the teaching materials for natural sciences (5th to 10th grade) by Friedrich Verlag about the exciting topic »Fliegen – Bewegung in der Luft« (Flying – Movement in the Air; Issue 2/19), which is featuring my bird silhouettes poster as part of a very interesting work sheet about bird flight! 

Published | Forest Animals in Waldstück Magazine

Heimische Waldtiere und wie Du sie erkennst mit Form, Zeichnung und Habitus von red fox, badger, stone marten, fish otter, raccoon, raccoon dog, fallow deer, roe deer, red deer, squirrel, dormouse, wood mouse, rabbit, hare, hedgehog and wild boar im Waldstück-Magazin der Niedersächsischen Landesforste

Today, I was very happy to receive my fresh specimens of the winter issue of »Waldstück«, the free magazine by Niedersächsische Landesforsten! For a kid’s poster inside that magazine, I illustrated the 16 most common native forest animals species. My graphics are accompanied by photos and some really interesting information.

Published | Tree Fruits in Waldstück Magazine

A practical infographic chart sheet that helps you to easily identify, learn and remember the fruits, nuts, cones and seeds of trees and shrubs like alder, apple, ash, beech, birch, buckeye, buckthorn, cherry, chestnut, dogrose (rose-hips), elder (berries), elm, fir, hazel, holly, hornbeam, larch, linden/lime, locust, maple, oak (acorns), pine (nuts), plane, poplar, rowan, sloe, spruce, sycamore, walnut, willow and yew im Waldstück-Magazin der Niedersächsischen Landesforste

Today, I was very happy to receive my fresh specimens of the fall issue of »Waldstück«, the free magazine by Niedersächsische Landesforsten! For a kid’s poster, I illustrated 30 tree fruits, with help from the specialists.

Published | Trees in Waldstück Magazine

Heimische Bäume, Baumformen und Baumsilhouette von Ahorn, Apfel, Birke, Buche, Eiche, Erle, Fichte, Kiefer, Lärche, Linde, Pappel, Kastanie, Tanne, Wacholder und Weide im Waldstück-Magazin der Niedersächsischen Landesforsten

Today, I am very happy to receive my fresh specimens of the summer issue of »Waldstück«, the free magazine by Niedersächsische Landesforsten! For a kid’s poster, I illustrated 15 typical trees, with help from the specialists. 

Published | Birds in Waldstück Magazine

Poster mit den Silhouetten Heimischer Vögel wie Meise, Wanderfalke, Kranich, Turmfalke, Fink, Adler, Fledermaus, Schwalbe, Elster, Eule, Star, Storch, Sperling, Wildgans, Milan, Amsel, Bussard, Ente, Habicht, Kranich, Mauersegler, Rabe, Reiher, Sperber oder Taube im Waldstück Magazin der Niedersächischen Landesforste, zum Erkennen und Bestimmen für Kinder und Erwachsene

I am delighted about my fresh specimens of the spring issue of »Waldstück«, the awesome free magazine by Niedersächsische Landesforste! For a large children’s poster, I reworked my Bird Silhouettes and added owl and bat. The poster contains not only the birds, but also lots of interesting information about each of them.

Finger Alphabet for Eltern Family in DB Mobil

Anleitung oder Schautafel für das zweihändige Fingeralphabet, Handalphabet, Handzeichen, Zeichensprache oder Sign Language, die von Gehörlosen, Taubstummen oder als Code für Kinder verwendet wird, als Infografik von Iris Luckhaus

My very simple two-handed Finger Alphabet has been part of the last April issue of the »Eltern Family« magazine – and now I am happy to announce that, thanks to a cooperation, it will also be presented on the online family pages of Deutsche Bahn, under the title »Geheimsprache als Zeitvertreib« (»Cipher Language as a Pastime«). Now I wonder if on my next train journey, I will see children using my grandmother’s very own hand alphabet?! 

Published | Animal Tracks in Waldstück Magazine

Poster mit den Spuren heimischer Tiere aus dem Wald wie Adler, Biber, Braunbär, Dachs, Eichhörnchen, Elch, Ente, Eule, Frettchen, Fuchs, Hase, Igel, Luchs, Marder, Maus, Otter, Ratte, Rebhuhn, Reh, Reiher, Rotwild, Schwein, Waschbär, Wiesel oder Wolf im Waldstück Magazin der Niedersächischen Landesforste, zum Erkennen und Bestimmen für Kinder und Erwachsene

I am very happy about my specimens of the winter issue of »Waldstück«, the great free magazine by Niedersächsische Landesforste! I reworked the 25 living-the-wild ones of my 36 Animal Tracks for a children’s poster, which contains not only the tracks, but also lots of interesting information and stories about each of them.

Published | Leaves in Waldstück Magazine

Blattformen im Waldstück-Magazin der Niedersächsischen Landesforste

I am very happy about my fresh specimens of the fall issue of »Waldstück«, the very awesome free magazine by Niedersächsische Landesforste! I reworked my 25 Common Leaf Shapes for a large children’s poster which contains not only the leaves, but also lots of interesting information and little stories about each of them.

Published | Finger Alphabet in Eltern Family

Anleitung oder Schautafel für das zweihändige Fingeralphabet, Handalphabet, Handzeichen, Zeichensprache oder Sign Language, die von Gehörlosen, Taubstummen oder als Code für Kinder verwendet wird, als Infografik von Iris Luckhaus im Eltern Family Magazin

I just received my voucher specimens for the april issue of the German »Eltern Family« magazine, for which I reworked my two-handed Finger Alphabet, and I am very happy to see it turned out real nice!

Two-handed Finger Alphabet for Eltern Family

Anleitung oder Schautafel für das zweihändige Fingeralphabet, Handalphabet, Handzeichen, Zeichensprache oder Sign Language, die von Gehörlosen, Taubstummen oder als Code für Kinder verwendet wird, als Infografik von Iris Luckhaus für Eltern Family

For the april issue of the German »Eltern Family« magazine, I reworked my two-handed Finger Alphabet – and I am very happy that now, even more children and grown-ups can learn, use and enjoy it!

Tag Archives: Magazine

Published | Animal Tracks in Welt der Wunder

Trittsiegel bzw- Tierspuren von Hiddentracks und Iris Luckhaus in Welt der Wunder Magazin

In the current  “Welt der Wunder” magazine (6/21), there is an exciting interview with the tracker Stefanie Argow of Hidden Tracks, and they’re showing eight of the animal tracks Stefanie and I created together!

Published | Tree Shoots in Waldstück Magazine

Lernposter, Schautafel oder Infografik zum Bestimmen der Knospen und Triebe heimischer Bäume wie Ahorn, Birke, Buche, Eberesche, Eiche, Erle, Esche, Hainbuche, Hasel, Kastanie, Kirsche, Linde, Pappel, Platane, Ulme und Weide auch im Winter erkennen und bestimmen lassen, für das Waldstück Magazin der Niedersächsischen Landesforsten

Today, I was very happy to receive my fresh specimens of the fall issue of »Waldstück«, the awesome free magazine by Niedersächsische Landesforsten! For a kid’s poster inside that magazine, I illustrated 16 tree shoots and buds, for tree identification in winter. On the poster, my graphics are accompanied by some interesting information. 

Published | Bird Silhouettes for Lecker Unterwegs

Vogelsilhouetten im Lecker Unterwegs Magazin

I am very pleased about my specimens of the special »Unterwegs« (issue 03/19) of LECKER magazine by Bauer Media Verlag, which next to delicious recipes for summer, picnic and travels shows my bird silhouettes on a full page! 

Published | Water Animals in Waldstück Magazine

Heimische Wassertiere und wie Du sie erkennst mit Form, Zeichnung und Habitus von Salamander, Grasfrosch, Laubfrosch, Gelbbauchunke, Hecht, Kammmolch, Bachforelle, Spiegelkarpfen, Rotauge, Wels, Flusskrebs, Sumpfschildkröte, Ringelnatter und Aal; Fische, Reptilien und Amphibien, an und im Wasser im Waldstück-Magazin der Niedersächsischen Landesforste

Today, I was very happy to receive my fresh specimens of the summer issue of »Waldstück«, the free magazine by Niedersächsische Landesforsten! For a kid’s poster inside that magazine, I illustrated 16 well-known animals living in and by the water. On the poster, my graphics are accompanied by some really interesting information. 

Published | Bird Silhouettes for Friedrich Verlag

Vogelsilhouetten auf einem Arbeitsblatt zum Vogelflug in den Unterrichtsmaterialien Naturwissenschaften zum Thema Fliegen – Bewegung in der Luft vom Friedrich Verlag

I am very delighted to receive my specimen copies of the teaching materials for natural sciences (5th to 10th grade) by Friedrich Verlag about the exciting topic »Fliegen – Bewegung in der Luft« (Flying – Movement in the Air; Issue 2/19), which is featuring my bird silhouettes poster as part of a very interesting work sheet about bird flight! 

Published | Forest Animals in Waldstück Magazine

Heimische Waldtiere und wie Du sie erkennst mit Form, Zeichnung und Habitus von red fox, badger, stone marten, fish otter, raccoon, raccoon dog, fallow deer, roe deer, red deer, squirrel, dormouse, wood mouse, rabbit, hare, hedgehog and wild boar im Waldstück-Magazin der Niedersächsischen Landesforste

Today, I was very happy to receive my fresh specimens of the winter issue of »Waldstück«, the free magazine by Niedersächsische Landesforsten! For a kid’s poster inside that magazine, I illustrated the 16 most common native forest animals species. My graphics are accompanied by photos and some really interesting information.

Published | Tree Fruits in Waldstück Magazine

A practical infographic chart sheet that helps you to easily identify, learn and remember the fruits, nuts, cones and seeds of trees and shrubs like alder, apple, ash, beech, birch, buckeye, buckthorn, cherry, chestnut, dogrose (rose-hips), elder (berries), elm, fir, hazel, holly, hornbeam, larch, linden/lime, locust, maple, oak (acorns), pine (nuts), plane, poplar, rowan, sloe, spruce, sycamore, walnut, willow and yew im Waldstück-Magazin der Niedersächsischen Landesforste

Today, I was very happy to receive my fresh specimens of the fall issue of »Waldstück«, the free magazine by Niedersächsische Landesforsten! For a kid’s poster, I illustrated 30 tree fruits, with help from the specialists.

Published | Trees in Waldstück Magazine

Heimische Bäume, Baumformen und Baumsilhouette von Ahorn, Apfel, Birke, Buche, Eiche, Erle, Fichte, Kiefer, Lärche, Linde, Pappel, Kastanie, Tanne, Wacholder und Weide im Waldstück-Magazin der Niedersächsischen Landesforsten

Today, I am very happy to receive my fresh specimens of the summer issue of »Waldstück«, the free magazine by Niedersächsische Landesforsten! For a kid’s poster, I illustrated 15 typical trees, with help from the specialists. 

Published | Birds in Waldstück Magazine

Poster mit den Silhouetten Heimischer Vögel wie Meise, Wanderfalke, Kranich, Turmfalke, Fink, Adler, Fledermaus, Schwalbe, Elster, Eule, Star, Storch, Sperling, Wildgans, Milan, Amsel, Bussard, Ente, Habicht, Kranich, Mauersegler, Rabe, Reiher, Sperber oder Taube im Waldstück Magazin der Niedersächischen Landesforste, zum Erkennen und Bestimmen für Kinder und Erwachsene

I am delighted about my fresh specimens of the spring issue of »Waldstück«, the awesome free magazine by Niedersächsische Landesforste! For a large children’s poster, I reworked my Bird Silhouettes and added owl and bat. The poster contains not only the birds, but also lots of interesting information about each of them.

Finger Alphabet for Eltern Family in DB Mobil

Anleitung oder Schautafel für das zweihändige Fingeralphabet, Handalphabet, Handzeichen, Zeichensprache oder Sign Language, die von Gehörlosen, Taubstummen oder als Code für Kinder verwendet wird, als Infografik von Iris Luckhaus

My very simple two-handed Finger Alphabet has been part of the last April issue of the »Eltern Family« magazine – and now I am happy to announce that, thanks to a cooperation, it will also be presented on the online family pages of Deutsche Bahn, under the title »Geheimsprache als Zeitvertreib« (»Cipher Language as a Pastime«). Now I wonder if on my next train journey, I will see children using my grandmother’s very own hand alphabet?! 

Published | Animal Tracks in Waldstück Magazine

Poster mit den Spuren heimischer Tiere aus dem Wald wie Adler, Biber, Braunbär, Dachs, Eichhörnchen, Elch, Ente, Eule, Frettchen, Fuchs, Hase, Igel, Luchs, Marder, Maus, Otter, Ratte, Rebhuhn, Reh, Reiher, Rotwild, Schwein, Waschbär, Wiesel oder Wolf im Waldstück Magazin der Niedersächischen Landesforste, zum Erkennen und Bestimmen für Kinder und Erwachsene

I am very happy about my specimens of the winter issue of »Waldstück«, the great free magazine by Niedersächsische Landesforste! I reworked the 25 living-the-wild ones of my 36 Animal Tracks for a children’s poster, which contains not only the tracks, but also lots of interesting information and stories about each of them.

Published | Leaves in Waldstück Magazine

Blattformen im Waldstück-Magazin der Niedersächsischen Landesforste

I am very happy about my fresh specimens of the fall issue of »Waldstück«, the very awesome free magazine by Niedersächsische Landesforste! I reworked my 25 Common Leaf Shapes for a large children’s poster which contains not only the leaves, but also lots of interesting information and little stories about each of them.

Published | Finger Alphabet in Eltern Family

Anleitung oder Schautafel für das zweihändige Fingeralphabet, Handalphabet, Handzeichen, Zeichensprache oder Sign Language, die von Gehörlosen, Taubstummen oder als Code für Kinder verwendet wird, als Infografik von Iris Luckhaus im Eltern Family Magazin

I just received my voucher specimens for the april issue of the German »Eltern Family« magazine, for which I reworked my two-handed Finger Alphabet, and I am very happy to see it turned out real nice!

Two-handed Finger Alphabet for Eltern Family

Anleitung oder Schautafel für das zweihändige Fingeralphabet, Handalphabet, Handzeichen, Zeichensprache oder Sign Language, die von Gehörlosen, Taubstummen oder als Code für Kinder verwendet wird, als Infografik von Iris Luckhaus für Eltern Family

For the april issue of the German »Eltern Family« magazine, I reworked my two-handed Finger Alphabet – and I am very happy that now, even more children and grown-ups can learn, use and enjoy it!