Each wealthy family desired to have a “family portrait” or to preserve the look of their beloved ones on the most striking paintings. Portraitists were often responsible for marriage`s arrangement read more
The end of the winter semester at European School of Design is right around the corner and it is a nice feeling to look back at the finished projects, knowing how much time and work they consumed, but to see the final result. One of the projects I am particularly proud of is the campaign bringing awareness to the problem of girls marriage – „Too Young to be Bride“. read more
The end of the semester is coming. Hence, the deadline for the completion of semester work is approaching. The work on the „clap book“ project is in progress but the clock is ticking. Will I manage to finish all of the paintings with my version of Mona Lisa? read more
All true. But for me this was/is also a time to meet with some of my very old „paper“ friends. With my long not seen books passionately collected during my art history studies. These „good, old friends“ wait for me patiently in my family home, always ready to share with me their „knowledge“ and to inspire me. It is funny how many things one can discover by returning to once studied reading. read more
Who get`s the designers awards? The best of the bests. Of course.
As a fledgling student of the European School of Design in Frankfurt, I have sharpened my eyesight and vigilance to all forms of design and graphics around me. And as I often pass in the underground passage at Huegelstrasse station the graphic decoration inspired by Sky and Water of M.C. Escher, I decided to investigate who stands behind them. read more