Born in 1976, Sarah Illenberger is a Berlin-based artist, illustrator and designer. Her practice focuses on injecting new meaning into common objects. Using various materials – from plants to fire extinguishers to knives – she creates intricate installations which are then photographed or exhibited. We became aware of Sarah via her 3D illustration project, “Freud’s Flowers,” in which she reimagined and reinterpreted the famous yet mysterious Rorschach Test. In our interview, she explained how her family history drew her to the project. Sarah has given talks and held exhibitions globally, and her work has been featured in the New Yorker, Time Magazine and The Observer.