“I try to create things spontaneously and organically so that my pieces are true to me and I never push myself to produce things if I am not in the right frame of mind. I want every piece to be truly unique and made with love.”
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Founded at the beginning of this year, KLEIN&SCHÖN has quickly gained some serious fans.
Based in Melbourne, Bryce-Stenzel is formally trained as a Visual Merchandiser, and after she began experimenting with polymer to explore her creativity, she began selling her wares to friends for six months before formally launching KLEIN&SCHÖN.
KLEIN&SCHÖN is a German translation of the words small and beautiful, a name inspired by Bryce-Stenzel’s German heritage.
Every piece is 100 percent unique and cannot be recreated. KLEIN&SCHÖN’s range is dreamy, organic and truly unique, Bryce-Stenzel says the inspiration behind her work comes from multiple facets of her life.
“The choice of colours and patterns I use are inspired by the aesthetic qualities that catch my eye amongst the mediocre parts of everyday life.”
“There’s a part of me that is always on the look out for new, exciting and lovely things to inspire my creative endeavours….I try to create things spontaneously and organically so that my pieces are true to me and I never push myself to produce things if I am not in the right frame of mind. I want every piece to be truly unique and made with love.” Bryce-Stenzel says.