INGE

Published by Tim on Friday February 22, 2013

Last modified on May 21st, 2022 at 12:43

During studying design in Münster between 2008 and 2013 i’ve explored the huge creative potencial of setting restrictions. I’ve experimented with simple techniques to boost my creativity and in 2011 i’ve launched INGE; a simple WordPress-Blog, which i wanted to fill with graphic experiments. From the beginning i’ve set some strict rules for me and the project:

  1. Use only black and white
  2. Create vector-graphics
  3. Always begin with a basic geometric shape

Surprisingly this worked perfect for me and i was busy for months creating stuff for the blog. In 2012 i’ve had an exhibition with those works in Münster. The idea of The Magic Triangle is inspired by the book NEA MACHINE by Thomas and Martin Poschauko.

Check this blogpost to learn more.

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