Grassau, Bavaria, Germany
Member since March 09, 2010
Oliver Weiss is an illustrator and designer from Germany who works for a great many international clients from North America, Asia, and Europe.
His clients include DER SPIEGEL, DIE ZEIT, The Writer, Random House, The Christian Science Monitor, LatinFinance, Axel Springer, Prospect Magazine, Hong Kong Tatler, German Trade Union, Burda, Euromoney, Deutsche Bank, Rowohlt, Tesa, CBS, Expedia, Nature, Ravensburger, Euro RSCG, RWE, IDG, Tecniche nuove, Gabler, Siemens, and the European Union.
Oliver works in different styles ranging from whimsical to cartoon, linoprint, retro, and mixed-media. He has also been invited to design official stamps for Germany. In 2008, Oliver won the grand prize in the official Munich Oktoberfest poster design competition.
Further, he has created the jacket design for Random House’s "Who am I – and how many?," a nonfiction bestselling book in Europe (over 1 million sales).
His works can be accessed from www.oweiss.com/illustration. Find out more at www.oweiss.com/info, and browse current proceedings at www.oweiss.com/blog.