One week on the baltic island Rügen with the Bergwald Projekt digging in the mud, moving water buckets in a chain to install dams that will help rehydrate the MOOR (wetlands). Truly useful sustainability work, helping restore a piece of nature.Read More
The Raccoon and the Moose are my first wall painting, approx. 4m x 8m – We used a grid, two people and a rough eye to transfer the sketch onto the wall. // LOCATION: Berlin Lichtenberg
// ARTWORK: A raccoon because there is a raccoon family living in the space and a Moose, that stands for the cartype which can be found around there a lot.
HELPING ASSISTANTS: one.
Should I stay or should I go? – Zwei Monate bin ich unterwegs durch die USA und Kanada, um meine Fühler nach Orten des Ankommens auszustrecken. Auf der Suche nach einer möglichen neuen Heimat und natürlich nach mir selber, in Montreal und Ithaca, NY.Read More
Im Laufe eines Design-Prozesses gibt es oft Abschiede von favorisierten Entwürfen, sei es aufgrund ihrer *fehlenden* Funktionalität oder einfach eine Geschmacksfrage.Read More
…ist eine Nachbarschafts-Aktion, bei der Nachbarn gemeinsam einen Wald entrümpeln.Read More
"Das kleine ABC der Tiere – Jenni Ottilie Keppler" – Umweltschonend und gemeinwohlorientiert produziert von Oktoberdruck AG in Berlin im Herbst 2016. CC-BY-SA Jenni Ottilie Keppler.Read More
The final exhibition of all the Open Source Hardware projects of www.poc21.cc in the Castle of Millemont, 50km away from Paris.Read More
Photographs of my bike travels through unspeakably beautiful places. Enjoy.Read More
Designing collaboratively can pose a great challenge, if you don't do it right. From my experience it works really well, when files are passed on chronologically between designers. That way we get our own space and time to work on it in our secret chamber. After some chamber time...Read More
Sharing VOICES OF TRANSITION along the way // USA, July & August 2015 // As I'm the kind of person, that feels guilty about leaving a giant CO2-print in the air by crossing the ocean, I do try to make up for that as much as I can by sharing inspiration and goodness as well as absorbing and receiving inspiration as much as I can, just like a sponge, wringing myself out when back home to share new ideas and what I've seen.Read More
Am 9.Mai 2015, um 17Uhr ist es soweit, die Pforten der königlichen Tiefseeakademie in Sassnitz, Böttcherstr. 5, öffnen sich für großes Publikum. Hier schon ein paar erste Ein- und Ausblicke darauf.
Es erwarten Sie mit vielen Krakenarmen, Philippe Armando von Stolz (Expeditionsleiter) & Fräulein Jenniviève Ottilie Keppler (Zeichnerin und Kunstmalerin).
Photo and Art of The Kraken by Philipp Stulz, Photo and Art of Fish Ink Drawing by Jenni Ottilie Keppler
Eierlegende Wollmilchsau // Egg-laying woolmilksow – dare and ask for the seemingly impossible in 2015!Read More
[Visual notes taken during a talk on the Blue Economy Projects (102!!!) by the amazing Gunter Pauli.]
WHAT IS THE BLUE ECONOMY?
"The Blue Economy goes beyond the Green Economy. The present employment crisis, especially amongst the young does not permit us to pursue a business model that aims to cut costs by cutting employment, a model that offers the best for everyone's health and the environment as the most expensive. Time has come to shift towards a competitive business model that allows producers to offer the best at the lowest prices by introducing innovations that generate multiple benefits, not just increased profits. This economic philosophy was first introduced in 1994 by Prof. Gunter Pauli when asked by the United Nations to reflect on the business models of the future. Now, substantiated by over 180 concrete cases, it is increasingly clear that it is possible to generate more revenue, while generating more jobs and still compete on the global market."
Find more on the Blue Economy here:
Creating together. An exploration of the abyss.
A 9-day exploration of working on a theme, structure and work flow together. The result is still in the making, but we've started with some illustrations and sculptures (by project partner Philipp Stulz), made of shiny tin, and dark fireclay. The plan for the realization of my illustrations is to do screen-printing, so what you see here is not final at all yet.
— Sassnitz, Rügen, Germany. July 21–29, exhibition planned for Spring 2015
I couldn't be happier, finding my dad copy my art and doing so, even dealing with the challenge of imitating water-ink-drawings on a stone wall. Go Daddy!
This month my dad had asked me for high-quality- prints of the Animals I drew a couple years ago. Why? Because he was inspired and motivated to eternalize them on a (honestly pretty brittle) wall in our garden. I remained impressed, by how well, he copied them. You can find the originals in my portfolio and at the end of this blog entry. Has any of you ever had your own work copied by someone?
In collaboration with friend and illustrator Lucie Van Der Elst we created a playful photobooth during the OuiShare Fest, Conference dedicated to the Collaborative Economy, that took place in Paris, May 5–7 2014. Through the DIY-OuiShapes Photobooth the Fest-Attendees had the chance to REALLY get in shape. Take a look and explore the collaborative and interactive spirit of creating playful sceneries together!
A BIG THANK YOU goes out to La Reserve Des Arts Paris for their support with recycled material waste, creating more sustainable material chains.