Anja Nolte, childhood at Rott and Isar, lives and works as a freelance artist and illustrator in Berlin. Whether illustrations for DIE ZEIT, Lufthansa or Deutsche Bahn, design of the "Café Latte New York Edition" for emmi, up to the animation of the cinema trailer Goldener Schnitt (Museum für Kommunikation Berlin). Be it as a blogging live draughtswoman for Bayerischer Rundfunk on the Vienna Opera Ball, as a portrait artist for Microsoft at the Cannes Lions or for Adobe, as a speaker on stage in the Munich Muffatwerk, Anja Nolte is passionate about finding new and creative ways to work. Her work is regularly featured in BEST-OF compilations, for example in Lürzer's "200 Best Illustrators worldwide 2016/17", and in 2015 the Stiftung Buchkunst honored her illustration of Konstantinos Kaváfis' book of poetry "Im Verborgenen" as "one of the 25 most beautiful books in Germany". Currently, her first book is published in which she is also the author: Urban Sketching München (Christophorus Verlag). The Bavarian metropolis from an artist's point of view, a travel guide and storytelling book with over 240 drawings by the author, as well as many tips on creative design. Nolte's second passion is music: she sings, plays jazz guitar and creates sound collages that often find their way into her work.