cFos Mug 2005

cFos 2005

And now for something completely different…
The original images and animations for the BBC series “The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy” have been done by Rod Lord.
They’re not computer generated.

cFos Mug 2004

cFos 2004

Another visit at the surrealists – on of their most famous members is probably René Magritte. The mug is based on his images “La Connivence”, “La Grande Famille”, “La Chambre d’ecoute”, “La Condition Humaine” and – last but not least – “La Trahison des Images”.

cFos Mug 2003

cFos 2003

After the short trip to the world of science fiction, it had to be something of a “higher cultural value” again.
Since the release of Douglas R. Hofstadter’s book “Gödel, Escher, Bach”, computer scientists appreciate the artwork of M. C. Escher, if not earlier.

So this simple adaption of his well known “Metamorphosis” images suggested itself.

cFos Mug 2002

cFos 2002

Why not trying an entirely different type of classic? Still one of my favourite movies – this means the first/original one only…

cFos Mug 1999

cFos 1999

Pop art the third… …this time a mug.
After having failed with the “Lichtenstein” design one year before, it had to be done now. I think, I’ve found a way to put all the necessary items into it – the name “cFos”, the “Practice Random…” line and the “42”, of course.

cFos Shirt 1998

cFos Shirt 98

The second Pop-Art T-Shirt.
First, I planned doing a Lichtenstein based image. I already had done some sketches, but none of them really worked. Neither the company name nor the “Practice Random…” line could be integrated into them in a smart way.

Then I saw a Haring poster hanging on a wall and it took only a few minutes to get the final design.

cFos Shirt 1997


For quite a long time I didn’t have a good idea for the next shirt, so I decided to follow the motto “I recover my property wherever I find it”.

Actually, I liked this kind of playing around with a pop-art classic. So I decided to do it the same way for the next years.

cFos Shirt 1996

cFos Shirt 96

The first in a series of T-shirts and mugs for the cFos Software GmbH.The printed version didn’t look as good as expected, the printing company wasn’t able to get it done properly.

Not that hard to figure out, if you know some German…