Wall drawings for the guidance system of Cologne's Zoo school
fischerAppelt designed a guidance system for Cologne's Zoo school in which signs should be accompanied by life-sized drawings of animals. My first style-proposal came with a rather lively, emotional hatching:
Back to the roots
Because these illustrations were meant to be installed in a zoo, we decided to use a style closer to old zoological illustrations (a bit like Dürer's famous Rhinoceros, fig. 4). Apart from that, the proportions had to be real-life ones (fig. 5).
The final drawings
So here they are, the illustrious new habitants in Cologne's Zoo school: A huge giraffe, a tiny penguin, some meerkats, a rather quiet howling monkey, a giant rhinoceros, and a gibbon climbing up the stairway …
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