A painting of a false color photo from Jupiter by NASA.

Jupiter’s Portrait

This acrylic painting was inspired by a composite photo of NASA NIRCam. It unveils auroras on both poles, swirling hazes and the awe-inspiring Great Red Spot, a famous storm that is over 300 years old. The brightness indicates high altitude – so the Great Red Spot appears white in this view while clouds with a lower altitude appear darker and blue.

A spaced out scarf…

Sometimes I just can’t help it and have to check out how things turn out on different mediums. So a while ago I ordered this scarf with my horsehead nebula and this is how it turned out: Ps. If you like this scarf, head over to Redbubble where you can currently get 30% off 👇

Swans and sweet memories

Sometimes I wonder why I take so long to share some things 😅 Like this journal page from last year for example. It had been a nice day in Oldenburg and a fun evening at the Kramermarkt (yes, I am a fan of fun fairs!) with meeting old colleagues. And I really loved how the […]

a photo of six journaling cards on a grey background.

Free September Journaling kit

Sweet decay September is here and the new journaling kit reflects embracing life’s natural cycles, where growth and transformation often arise from facing our shadows and letting go of what no longer serves us. Just as mushrooms flourish amidst decay, we too can find beauty and strength in acknowledging and befriending our inner darkness. It’s […]

a photo of six journaling cards on a grey background.

Free August journaling kit

Wish upon a star

August is known for the Perseid meteor shower, so I thought it would be a nice topic to choose for my journal this month. Normally I offered a free moon tracker every month but since I didn’t get any feedback, I decided to no longer offer it. But please feel free to reach out to me if you are still interested in it.