12.10.18
Debbie Millman | Audio

Christoph Niemann


His work is frequently on the covers of the New York Times magazine, and The New Yorker, and he created The New Yorker’s first augmented reality cover. His illustrations and artwork have been featured in museums and galleries. He has authored many books and he has a column for the New York Times magazine called “Abstract Sunday”. He’s also co-created a few children’s apps. His clients include Hermes, Google, and the Museum of Modern Art. If that weren’t enough, he once ran the New York City marathon while sketching it. He is Christoph Niemann.

Debbie talks to illustrator Christoph Niemann about his singular career as an artistic superhero.

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