Illustrations for the exhibition center Villa Haselburg
Sometimes there is a sequel to a previous project. This happened to my Roman Gods and Goddesses, wo are also a very popular project here on Behance.
 
 
I got asked by the information center Villa Haselburg for the permission to use the Roman Gods and Goddesses illustration I did for the Schwager & Steinlein Verlag. The Schwager & Steinlein Verlag gave their permission kindly and I was commissioned by Villa Haselburg to do three additional illustrations.
 
In this case a Jupiter column whose remains were found on ground of Villa Haselburg and the God Hercules and Fortuna. I have to add that Villa Haselburg is an excavation side where the remains of an old Roman Villa Rustica were found. The society that takes care of the excavation site had raised enough money to erect a new information center. And my illustrations are one of the main attractions. If you like to see more photos of the Villa Haselburg and the opening of the information center, I recommend a visit to my Facebookpage where I uploaded more photos.
 
Fortuna, Villa Haselburg 2013
Hercules, Villa Haselburg 2013
Jupiter Column, Villa Haselburg 2013
The Installation in the exhibit. On the left site you can see a piece of the original Jupiter Column. And right next to my illustrations are more pieces of the Jupiter Column exhibited in the display.
Some more shots of the display. 
Some close ups.
Illustrations for the exhibition center Villa Haselburg
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Illustrations for the exhibition center Villa Haselburg

Illustration for the information center of the excavation side Villa Haselburg.
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