is a German illustrator and lives and works in Berlin. And many other places.
Among her clients are international publications such as The New York Times, Esquire, Playboy as well as Universal Music or the Swedish fashion labels Acne and Minimarket.
Over the past years, Elisabeth has been drawing on the terrace of a Colonial villa on an island in China, in Melbourne’s State Library of Victoria, various crammed cafés in NYC and under eucalyptus trees in the Botanical Garden of Kandy, Sri Lanka.
Elisabeth now works in a studio in Kreuzberg, listening to Céline Dion and Wagner a lot.
More about Elisabeth Moch and her works here.