Joni Majer was born in the wild Berlin of the 1980s. After school she lived in France where she also wanted to study art. Since she couldn’t get into any art school in France she found her way back to Germany, in Saarbrücken, a small town near the french border.
She still happily lives, loves and works with her family in Saarbrücken. After perfecting the art of drawing twisted thoughts and surrealist imagery in the most simple way, Joni continues to push herself to experiment with other materials, ideas and ways of constructing her creative projects.
Whether it is working across 2D or 3D mediums, Joni always strives to dive deep to the substance of the subject and add another layer of meaning. Often working with clean lines and restricted black and white colour palette, Joni communicates the most surreal and complex of subjects matters with finesse.
Past clients include – Greenpeace, The New York Times, De Standaard newspaper, Die Zeit newspaper, Penguin Random House, Teen Vogue and Urban Outfitters.