A spotlight on Daniel with 8 questions and our favourite pieces.
Do you remember the moment you knew you wanted to become a designer?
I guess in kindergarten. I wanted to be like a renaissance artist – multidisciplinary, commissioned, creative, solving problems. “designer” is a relatively new term.
Did you go to design school? Do you think it was necessary to get to where you are today?
Yes. I think it helped me to shape myself. Not so much through classes and education, but through like-minded people and the change of environment.
Who is your favorite designer right now?
I don’t have a “favorite designer”. It tempts you to be guided and inspired in your own profession, which should not be the case. I want to choose my idols beyond my own field. I admire Katsu for example. He is a famous graffiti artist utilising fire extinguishers, drones, robots, ai etc.
What is your method of getting out of a designers block?
Can you describe your ideal working environment?
Inspiring and everchanging environment, surrounded by good people and good food.
Some of our Favorites
What advice would you have given yourself 3 years ago?
Don’t dye your hair blue.
What is the greatest challenge you have faced in your career so far? How did you overcome it?