Silke finds inspiration in everyday life, magazines, and notebooks she picks up at flea markets. Her simple style, which combines ink and colour, has an almost adolescent brazenness, and her illustrations tell amusing stories in scenes taken from everyday life, conversations between friends, fashion and music. Portrait © Berit Styll
Silke Werzinger shows us her great talent in this series of illustrations for the German magazine Science Focus, Freundin magazine and Myself magazine.
This year, the 2017 astrology of the Cosmopolitan magazine appears under the new cycle theme: the Huge Revival. This illustration is signed Silke Werzinger.
Silke worked with the agency Purple Creative to create a series of ads for Glenfiddich, the famous Scotch whisky. She created a variety of illustrated elements for the new products IPA Experiment and Project XX.
The best of home care : All the high-tech products and new gestures that we can't do without. It is the special article on Hair that Silke Werzinger illustrated illustrated for the female magazine Cosmopolitan.
Eramet annual report
Various scenes illustrated by Silke Werzinger and composed of various elements concerning applications and markets of products for the annual report of Eramet, world leader in alloying metals, particularly manganese and nickel, and in high-quality metallurgy.
Here is a short selection of the last realizations of Silke Werzinger, Berlin artist, handling particularly well the ball-point pen. Between mode, pop culture and checked gap, its universe opens doors to any project type. To see her whole work, it is this way.
Smart fortwo Cabrio
Silke Werzinger created several illustrations for the Smart fortwo cabrio car on the theme of summer in the city ; "Two seats under the sun". You can have a look at her illustrations here in the catalogue or on the website.
2014 Astrology of Marie Claire Magazine
The new beginning, is the title of the great 2014 astrology of Marie Claire Magazine that has just been published. Silke had the opportunity to use her new style. To see the series visit Silke's portfolio.