Hello Dani! Your works all have an aesthetic and slightly surreal appearance.What do you want to express with your art?
Modern 3D-software is a blessing: It gives you the chance to create almost everything you want. There are so many amazing artists reproducing real life in 3D. Personally, I prefer to mix reality and imagination: that’s why I rather distort and decontextualize the objects. The result then seems surreal – but I don’t really feel like an artist, I identify more as a designer.
Where do you get your inspiration from?
In my pictures, I like to include objects I personally appreciate. So it’s mainly my own interests, my personal memories, design, furniture and retro aesthetics where I get my inspiration from. And, of course, there are many images I see on Instagram and other platforms every day.
In one of your images, a Porsche 356 convertible can be seen. Other iconic cars appear in your work, too. What's it all about with these classics?
Ever since I was a teenager, I liked the Volkswagen Beetle. And coming with that, all of its family – which also includes the iconic Porsche 356. Therefore, I also bought many books about it. And since then, my interest for classic cars expanded even more!
Your pictures all seem to have a humorous component as well. What does humor mean to you? And why is it so important?
Actually, I never had the intention to make funny or humorous pictures. But I guess that‘s pretty unavoidable when you create rather surreal or »weird« scenes. About the humor: Especially in times like these, it’s really important and one way to escape from reality sometimes. Just like imagination.