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“As graphic designer and artist, I see objects as shapes, lines and forms with surfaces upon which to tell stories. I imagine every surface as a backdrop where we can project our personal ideas and narratives to make them a part of our everyday life.”


NEW!  Collection Boregaard


These new metallic wallcoverings were introduced at the ICFF in New York earlier this year.
Based on the work of renowned jewelry designer
Pedro Boregaard.

Check out below a short artist impression of these new designs [shot by Jennifer Kanter ]  © 2014

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My design philosophy is multi- disciplinary and multidimensional and takes into account your ideas, personalities + pocketbooks. Find out more about working with me on an interior or graphic design project, or a photographic commission.


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What works best these days is a combined effort.

Whether it is a logo + branding assignment, a showroom installation, a restaurant or home design project, or custom designed wallpaper — working together works best.


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I’m thrilled to introduce Bling Bling, my third collection of wall coverings. Inspired by jewelry of Pedro Boregaard and photos I took of jewelry in Spain. These made to order wallpapers are available for residential and commercial projects.


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I like to call myself a photographic poet. Every moment of every day is full of brief encounters with multiple realities — from the trash on the New York City sidewalks to images taken from the Internet or an impromptu still life or portrait.


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Selected video and photo posts of things I see around me.

city reflections

Screen shot 2012-11-06 at 8.33.09 PM

reflections.stefanhengst from stefan hengst on Vimeo.

city that never sleeps


First post in a series of New Yorkers.      

vet on ninth

Screen shot 2012-11-06 at 8.26.59 PM

vet.stefanhengst from stefan hengst on Vimeo.