“Ick seh nur Nippel” (All I see are Nippels)
“Serotonin Tango”
“Der Rockstar” (The Rockstar)
“Die Lachnummer” (The Laughing Stock)
“Wake Up”
“Kinderspiel” (Child's Play)
“Die Unschuld” (The Innocence)
“From Outer Space”
“With Straws”
“Russisch Brot” (Russian Bread)
"Hieroglyphic" was created in December 2006 as a hybrid of a paper sketch (10-24-2005), while attending a lecture of Guido Goldman and with "Painter" (Metacreations) and Photoshop (Adobe).  Print: Piezo-Print on Somerset Velvet Size: Paper: 69x89 cm, Picture: 56x80 cm Copies: 10, numbered and signed, and 2 artist's copies (I-II) Price: 675.‒ Euros Artist: Björn Dämpfling
Should someone be curious about what is written at the top of the image, it is the following part of text, shown in italics, that my artist friend J.D. Jarvis wrote back to me, after I had sent this image to him in an e-mail attachment and without this hand writing in the header: "Your image looks like a hieroglyphic for some sort of strange recipe involving chopped carrots, black beans, cake with blue icing all run through some sort of elaborate blender or juicer to be enjoyed with forks. You may use that as your title if you wish." As a title I only partially used it, but as a final visual idea this white handwriting was a perfect fit, though the meaning of the text did not matter and for me never should. Nothing bores me more than imagery that is luring attention with an enigma that can’t be seen, just understood after being explained. But what can’t be seen in an image can only be an essence that does not show, i.e. nonessential. Apart from that it is obvious that digital “oil paint” is used throughout the image, dominating completely the structural lines left, which only in the bottom part, in the form of black edges, remain more or less accentuated.