2015. plastic. steel. collier. necklace. earring.
2013. graphic. computer aided graphics generated by an ongoing transformationprocess from 3D to 2D… the three polygonegraphics work as a own completed body of work but they are at the same time the base for all of the “space”-projects.
2015. wood-stone. steel. silver. pendant. Kasimir Malewitsch and Wassily Kandsinky shaking hands…
2015. mixed media. print. necklace. The series „copy me deep“ is looking in a humorous manner at the subject of a flat copy and the loss of depth while copying. Therefore it was played with the ability of stereo seeing of humans and the technique of stereogram-graphics were used. While observing the necklaces in a certain way, they will show their real depth – although they are literally just flat copies of precious jewellery pieces.
2013. silver. ring. necklace. earpin. a structure, generated by a 3d modelling programm was milled, casted, scanned, printed and casted again. it unifies the perfection of computer based design and the individuality of a hand crafted piece.
2013. paper. collier. wearable necklaces, printed on paper.
2012. book. illustration and typography of a story, written by a 9-year old child.
2009. gold. steel. collier. how much pomb can you leave out without loosing the pomb?
2010. poster for the book “Du und viele von deinen Freunden” by Astrid Vits.
2012. aluminum. fluorit. necklace. jewellery collages from casted paper packaging and raw, uncutted fluorite.
2012. aluminum. brass. reconstructed stone. textile. brooche. necklace. collier. lichen are growing on stones. first just a tiny bit, you almost can not see it. but then it is growing bigger and bigger. and in the end it is in flowers.
2012. porcelain. textile. brass. necklace. its about the beautiful speciousness and what is really behind it. it is about our heros of daily life. it shows, what is hidden a the first glance: the beauty of the ordinary material.
2011. porcelain. steel. tea service. in collaboration of ricarda wolf and kathrin haist. the shape of bob is based on a cutted sphere and plays with the expression “to bob up and down on the water”: each element has different functional facets and so the cups, for example, are able to stand in different positions.