Delivering vaccines to hot climates requires a “cold chain” – a way to preserve vaccines temperature at a few degrees above freezing at all times. Christoph wanted to tell the cold chain story through new characters – a grown up and child bird. Using animation and charming, simple depictions, Christoph’s art brings you on a lively journey to some of the most remote places on earth.
“The cold chain is a story about logistics and physics, but is mainly a story about personal ingenuity, enthusiasm and passion for helping others.”
Christoph Niemann’s graphic art has appeared on the covers of many popular magazines including The New Yorker, TIME and The New York Times Magazine. A unique visual thinker, Niemann encapsulates the essence of daily life in a profound and humorous way with a few concise strokes. Read more about Christoph Niemann.
Photo credit: Gene Glover
From his Berlin studio, watch Christoph explain why he wanted to be part of the project, and how he creates animal characters that show today’s successes, and tomorrow’s potential for reaching children everywhere with the vaccines they need.