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F O L L O W E R S

Ella Kraimer

FOLLOWERS is a collection of photographs, collage pieces, and conversations with artists, designers, and craftspeople exploring what it means to be a maker in the digital age. The 100-page book examines the shift from analog to digital through interviews with experts and responsive creating through art and design practice. The reader is brought along a visually poetic and informative narrative to uncover what it means to create and exist in virtual spaces.

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Ella Kraimer

Ella Kraimer is a multi-national graphic artist, photographer, and media designer based in Berlin. She worked with Luxiders Sustainable Culture Magazine as a designer, illustrator, and journalistic writer in 2019. Her research through art and design explores important questions surrounding why we create and what our creative culture reveals about who we are.

What is a good design for you?

Design that is deeply personal and universal at the same time.

Who or what inspires you?

I am inspired by bold choices in art and design which challenge us to think or behave in ways we are not accustomed to.

How do you approach a new project?

I have always found creative writing a great place to start a project. Writing freely for 30 minutes helps me personally connect with my intentions for a project and boils down general ideas to the essence of what it is I want to ‘say’.

What advice would you give to students who just started studying in your programme?

Challenge yourself and stay inspired. The quality of your work depends on yourself!

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3 comments in total

Courtney B 2021-02-18 22:25:06

Wow so impressive, professional, beautiful and creative, just like Ella!

2021-02-13 00:00:42

this is amazing! congrats :)

James Kraimer 2021-02-12 23:54:07

Dear Ella, Congratulations on earning your Bachelors Degree. Your thesis project rocks! I love the book. The photography, the imagery, the text, the video narration -- you touched a lot of senses. I look forward to seeing what comes next. You have a bright future ahead of you! Love, Dad

Anton Krümpelmann