Stefan Müller




is a communication-designer and illustrator based in Frankfurt, Germany.

He develops and illustrates advertising characters.

He also works as a graphic recorder and facilitator for almost a decade.


"Pictures are a visual anchor for the rememberance of the spoken word"






Languages : German, English



Tel: +49 (0) 160 8097453

E-Mail: stefan(at)thinkpen.de



Florence Dailleux




has been a freelance illustrator since 2008. She studied in Paris and Edinburgh (M.A.) and worked in strategic marketing and cross-cultural training in France, Chile and Mexico, before dedicating herself to illustration and visual communication. 

Since 2021 she is also a IHK- certified Innovation Manager.


"As a visualiser, I can combine my experience in strategic areas with my drawing and creative skills and have a positive impact in a very concrete way". 


Languages : German, English, French, Spanish


Tel :+41 (0)79 6911969

E-Mail:  florence(at)thinkpen.org

Sabine Kranz




studied visual communication at the Kunsthochschule Kassel and the Kunstakademie Stuttgart and works as an illustrator in Frankfurt am Main. She does commission works for books, magazines and companies.


"I find it exciting to make complex contents understandable with my language: the image..."





Languages : German, English



Tel: +49 (0) 163 2184949

E-Mail: sabine(at)thinkpen.de




We are very well connected in the visualizers' community and have a pool of experienced colleagues who can support you at your event if we are not available or if you need more than three live illustrators/facilitators!

Members of the  Illustratoren Organisation e.V

Members of the Quality Network Graphic Recorder Gipfel, Florence is also a member of Visual Practitioners SwitzerlandWe are in close contact with Vizthink Rhein Main, IFVP and many players of this lively scene!


CAEPSELE_visuelle Strategien is a studio for info-illustration and communication with a focus on contextual, transmedia information design and children's media.

Thinking with images:  www.caepsele.de