It’s Nice That favourite Sarah Illenberger is back with a fresh new website and a cartload of new work on it! The Berlin-based 3D illustrator uses huge playful sculptures to create her weird and wonderful visions, ranging from huge abstract faces for photoshoots through to imagery for advertising. One of her most recent projects saw her create giant leaf sculptures out of metal plates for German department store Breuninger’s window displays, channelling all things big and autumnal with a pizzazz that only Sarah can magic up.
We were lucky enough to hear her speak about her creative process and inspiration at our Here symposium last year, and in case you fancy finding out more about her work we’ve gone and put the video of the talk up on First Broadcast so now you can too!
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