“Vogel” (Bird)
“Löwe” (Lion)
“Fuchs” (Fox)
“Antilope” (Antelope)
“Tor” (Gate)
“Wächter” (Guard)
“Schlaf” (Sleep)
“Vlies” (Fleece)
“Licht&Schatten 1” (Light&Shadow 1)
“Licht&Schatten 2” (Light&Shadow 2)
“Licht&Schatten 3” (Light&Shadow 3)
“Licht&Schatten 4” (Light&Shadow 4)
“Surface&Color 1”
“Surface&Color 2”
“Surface&Color 3”
“Surface&Color 4”
“Just Wood 1”
“Just Wood 2”
“Just Wood 3”
“Just Wood 4”
“Tracks 1”
“Tracks 2”
“Tracks 3”
“Tracks 4”
“Plants 1”
“Plants 2”
“Plants 3”
“Plants 4”
“Surface&Color 4”
“Surface&Color 4”
PORTFOLIO "Surface&Color": 1-4 November 2000 Portfolio (4 prints) Special Price 1600€ Technique: Kodak Ektar 100 24x36 mm color negativ film; high-end digitized.  Print: Piezo-Print on Somerset Velvet Size: Paper: 76x56 cm, Picture: 66x46 cm Copies: 25, numbered and signed, and 5 artist's copies (I-V) Price: 575.‒ Euros Artist: Björn Dämpfling
The four photos of the portfolio "Surface&Color" were shot in November 2000 in Berlin/ Germany alongside the tracks of the S1 between the stations Mexicoplatz and Schlachtensee. It is not graffiti or parts of it, but spots used by sprayers to clean their atomizer valves, which left the circular shapes. Graffiti in Berlin is about 5% art (a very kind guess this is) and for 95% of it the visual equivalent of dog shit, another Berlin specialty. In order not to become desperate about it you have to make “gold from shit” and that’s exactly what these images try to accomplish. Surface&Color 4 is a good example how small most of my objects really are. The shown torn slip of paper at this wall has barely the size of a postcard. But even smaller things can make quite big images. Scaling colored areas produces at certain levels of magnification a new aesthetic quality which is of great importance for proofing.