Ruben A. Fischer is an Illustrator and Comic Artist, living in Hamburg Germany. His works are mostly about social issues such as poverty, opression, war and the loathsomeness and insanity of mankind in general, and Bandartwork! Ruben loves music, designing artwork, mercandise for bands and musicians and write and design comics. Here is a selection of his work.
Find more at www.raf-illustrations.com/.
Revolution in Lybia
Some drawings of the revolution.
A poster for the psychedelic-rockband Sleepy Sun.
A cover design and some concept pages for a comic.
Some rough merchandise designs for Marterias “Zum Glück in die Zukunft 2” in collaboration with NPIRE.
Ivan Ivanovich & the Kreml Krauts
Bandartwork for a Gypsy-Punk Band
Artwork for posters, buttons, logos, an EP and an album for the German/Russian Gypsy-Punk Band Ivan Ivanovich & the Kreml Krauts
Grenade Boyz, portraits
These portraits are done with pencil and chalk and are based on photos found on the Internet. Two were basicly exactly as Ruben drew them, on one he changed the Grenade with a gun the boy was originaly holding.
Some poster just for fun dealing with consumerism and the strange way most butcheries are advertising themselfes.
We will annoy you, Album Cover
The Artwork for the Album “Feed it to the Flamingos” by We Will Annoy You. A Band that describes its Style as ULTRA POSTMODERN PSYCHOTIC FREE NOIZE or No-Music Music. And as the designer believes, the description really fits their sound.
Houellebecq & Hesse
Two great European writers Ruben admires.
ACAB. All Citizens Are Brave
This is not what this acronym stands for!
A poster Ruben made commenting on police violence and the prosecution of street artists.
Please take down ‘ACAB. All Citizens Are Brave’
The illustration depicts violence against children
Gore and evil might constitute this dark work but it does not enfold what we share as good taste
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