“Der Stadtklingone” (The City Klingon)
“Hey Diddle Diddle..”
“The Sorcerer”
“Das Auge” (The Eye)
“The Abyss”
“The Gatlings”
“The Toy General”
“Seinsgeweide” (Intestines of Being)
“Der Besucher” (The Visitor)
“The Future of the Past”
“Indian Country”
“Der Geometer” (The Geometer)
“My Sentimental Robot”
“Nightly Faces”
“Anderwelt” (Other World)
“The Critic:Risking an Eye”
“Fischtraum” (Dream of the Fish)
“Der Poet” (The Poet)
“In Vino”
“Japanischer Winter” (Japanese Winter)
“Man Made”
"Creatures" (Triptych) shows the three "Creatures" prints as a unity.  Print: DFA-Print on Somerset Velvet  Size: Paper: 76x112 cm, Picture: 59x102 cm Copies: 25, numbered and signed, and 5 artist's copies (I-V) Price: 900.‒ Euros Artist: Björn Dämpfling
Description for all three "Creatures" Images: „Creatures(Center)" was created using only "Painter" (Metacreations), February - March 2003. Print: IRIS-Print on Somerset Velvet Size: Paper 56x76 cm Image 32,5x58,5 cm) Copies: 20, numbered and signed, 5 artist's copies (I-V)The figures of „Creatures(Center)“ were created in Feb. 2003 within a couple of days, utterly quick in comparison to other big images. It took nevertheless till the end of March to finish it, because all my efforts to produce a “background” for these figures failed completely ending up in my computer’s trashcan. After many days of failed tries I got so frustrated that in a reaction of anger I flood filled the background white with a dark tint blue and voila, that was the solution. I suddenly realized that I had to go on from there, scraping out color in order to create something like a liquid, a medium in which the figures with all their dynamics could move and which itself looks like it is moved by them. Doing it though in a way that it creates a visual unity of the figures and the “medium” they move in, so that the latter appears as spontaneous and dynamic as the figures itself took six weeks of meticulous work. Creatures(Left) and Creatures(Right) were done right after the figures of “Center“ synchronous with working at the background. But only the line drawing of the figure shapes, all of the rest took altogether 9 months, working “positive”, black or any other color on white or “scraping out” color with a colorless feather, something working only in the digital world of course. Though there are as always no conceptual drawings, no premeditation at all and all three images were drawn separately, the Triptych presents a unity of composition with vanishing lines running through all three images, that must have been put together in the back of my head, so to speak. A result coming to my utter surprise, because the first time I saw these images in this manner was only after they were finished separately(!) and I had put them together this way. As a remark I want to point to a figure in the center piece of which I can explain the origin rather well. The old German book “Der Struwelpeter” (The Tousle-head), which really impressed me as a kid, contains a figure as well, called Hans-guck-in–die-Luft (Johnny Head in the Air) and in the upper part you will find a figure looking like a combination of both.