As a young child Ruth loved to spend hours with painting and drawing. She created her own imaginary world with dream houses, magic forests and funny characters. Later she was filling her school books and diaries with sketches. She went on to study visual communications and Illustration in Berlin and Augsburg. Today she lives and works as a freelance illustrator and designer in Munich.

Her distinctive style has drawn many clients, from advertisers, consumer magazines and book publishing where her work has appeared on many book covers.


  • Arthaus
  • Bavaria Film
  • Beta Film
  • Campus Verlag
  • Eltern
  • GEOlino
  • Herder Verlag
  • Jolie
  • lfb LandesfÅ¡rderbank
  • Pattloch Verlag
  • Pendo Verlag
  • Piper Verlag
  • Random House
  • Riva Verlag
  • Rowohlt Verlag
  • Siemens AG
  • Wort & Bild Verlag

Q & A

What do you regard as the highest point of creative fulfillment?
When I immerse myself in my work without thinking, just doing.

What was your most creative assignment?
An Illustration for a big swimming pool wall, I was totally free and had so much fun (above).

What was your most difficult assignment?
To illustrate an annual report because the issues were abstract. But I loved the results.

What is your favorite music to listen to while working?