Cornelius Dämmrich

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Cornelius Dämmrich is the name, a tooth his crest. He was born in 1989, not far from Honeckers Lampenladen in East Berlin. His mum didn’t like the east, so they moved. He went to school, didn’t really succeed and became very serious about MS Paint, James Cameron’s ‘Titanic’ and drawing exploding planes.

Today he calls himself a contemporary 3D Artist, which doesn’t really mean anything.
His work concentrates on highly detailed still images made with 3D software that take him between 2 and 7 months each. He also worked with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (which is very cool and makes him also very cool).

He’s a pretty chill and shy guy. He likes soda, computers and long walks around tiny ponds.