Iris Luckhaus is a freelance Illustrator, Designer (MoD,
Universität der Künste Berlin, fashion class Vivienne
Westwood) and Stylist since 2000. And if
that's a necessary part of projects, she sometimes works as an Author, Lector, Graphic
Designer or Programmer as well.
With Author Matthias Klesse, Iris Luckhaus invented the character Lily
Lux. For the editor Hoffmann und Campe Verlag, she developped,
wrote, drew and designed several books and even coded the project
Her grand passion – next to drawing itself and strange researches
that help her find out things she'd never found out otherwise
– is visual storytelling, always with a friendly approach and
often in details noone might see at first sight. The different fields
she works in influence and inspire each other, and she enjoys the
challenge of learning new things with every project – regarding
drawing, techniques or content.
She is a member of the Illustratoren Organisation e.V. and
the European Illustrators Forum EIF and in the past, she
worked as well as an instructress for Illustration at the UdK Berlin.
In Anthologies as Illustration Now! or Illusive,
she is featured as one of the "world's best illustrators".
Iris Luckhaus is currently living in Wuppertal and Berlin and working
for very different international clients, on- and offline. (➔ auf Deutsch lesen)