INGE

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 shape (rectangle, ellipse or triangle). 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. Years later, in 2015 i’ve opened the concept to color and i’ve experienced a new, huge impact. Today the blog is a massive pool of more than 800 posts.

More projects

Programming Posters

Creative Coding in the realms of Graphic Design

La Luz Negra

Custom design-software for CCCB Barcelona

The Bach-Project

Generative visuals made from the “Prelude in C” by Johann Sebastian Bach.

Reflect

An interactive music experience for the web-browser

Crazy Cool Developers

A community for experimental front-end-development with more than 2000 members

The Grid

An experimental web-application, displaying news from the New York Times archive

Tonboutique Designer

A custom cover-design-software for Tonboutique Records

UrbanAfrica

An experimental web-application, fetching and displaying Wikipedia-content

Ars Multiplicata

A research on flexible visual systems

Redrawing Images

Digital, animated 3d-objects based on photographs by Ivana Marija Hope

Festival Aural

Key visuals for a Mexico-City based festival.

Flow

A computer-generated music video, built for the PSD-Medienfassade

Mockups

Visualized ideas for installations in public space

Tonboutique Records

A flexible visual identity for a german record-label