Sophie Marie Pulkus is a conceptual artist, illustrator and designer who, after graduating in illustration from the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, focused on topics in the context of culture and science.
Infectious optimism for knowledge sharing and visual essays move her work.
With a quick pen, a passion for holistic observation and a high interest in research, she is a creative professional in the field of visual communication. As a storytelling drawing journalist and researcher, Sophie can help make connections more understandable and accessible to a wider audience. Inspired by nature and everyday life in Japan, she speaks a reduced colour language in atmospheric visualisation.
Her services range from illustration via a personal view of a topic as a bridge between experts and non-specialists to conceptual and holistic design with a high proportion of self-research.