Dietlind Wolf’s work is multiple: she is a propstylist, a photographer, an illustrator, a designer… exactly the kind of person we love at Trendtablet. We are happy to share with you one of her latest work on poppies with a personal and powerful expression of colour.
We asked Dietlind to give us some keys to better understand her work and personality.
“For my final examination I spend a month in India, to write and recreate the story of madras checks. It was the first time in my life I lived “inside” the colours I knew only from colour pigments before.
In the field of creating prêt-à-porter and Haute Couture textiles, I found the way to materialize colour into textile, to play with materials and to create new ones.
Those two experiences really shaped me.
I then had years of experience in styling for food and still-life photos. Digital photography allows me to play with real materials: with flowers or with my porcelains. As a stylist, I build a bouquet and focus on it, and after, I “ruin” it, or in other words, I use my finger and my hand as brushes. I transform the still life into something more textile, always with a need of balance between form, colour and contrast. At the end, it touches me when everything play well together.”