When Oliver was a boy in the late seventies he once saw his neighbour,
a graphic designer at the distinguished Rosenthal porcelain factory,
driving by in a gold-coloured Porsche. This powerful and lasting impression
was the impetus for him to study graphic design at the Lette-Verein
Berlin and illustration at Hamburg’s University of Applied Sciences.
After his graduation he also worked internationally as a graphic artist in
San Diego, California, and since the year 2000 has been pursuing
successfully his career as a designer in Berlin. Amongst his clients are
music and publishing houses, the world-famous dance-club Berghain,
as well as the Berlin-based daily newspaper taz for which he regularly
provides artistic illustrations for political and cultural articles.