An interactive interface that visualises the client’s corporate goals
Xmas or parliamentary elections - this is how you should count the days online!
An interactive interface that visualizes organs and tissues for transplant
Addresses and numbers for your records and a creepy place you better stay away from
See the full stories behind static images! I made them move — whether they wanted or not.
TV, radio, craftsman, art gallery, rubbish collector, newspaper... you won’t believe who published my works!
An unofficial music video that illustrates Tony Christie’s heartbreaking lyrics
Animation, websites, games… see the complete list of services my one man studio offers!
Digital satires created for B3ta — the anarchistic British arts community
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A little Flash game with two kids chasing a mole through their grandparents’ garden
A virtual tour through the settings of the German TV show In aller Freundschaft presented by Roy Peter Link
In aller Freundschaft
Cutout animations for the TV documentary We are so good! — The Germans and Their Diligence
We are so good! — The Germans and Their Diligence
A Web interface where you can x-ray the cast of the German soap opera In aller Freundschaft
An animated preview for the exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Moritzburg Halle (Saale)
Building with Wood — a WordPress website for a master carpenter you wish you had hired for your property!
Building with Wood
Sports in the East — a video interface for multiple camera angles based on the impressive C-Cast system by EVS
Sports in the East
A costs calculator for the clients of the removal specialists from Berlin
An animated trailer that explains the Tweetfonie in less than two minutes
Animated maps for the exhibition at the State Museum of Prehistory — the home of the Nebra Sky Disc
Home of bizarre animation — one of the first websites presenting interactive entertainment
Our Colourful Home — an animated interface for an online documentary about migration
Our Colourful Home
Germany from 1945 to 1949 — a DVD-ROM about the post war period