TeenyTiny Artful characters for young and old

Tuesday, September 21 2021


TeenyTiny Showroom
Windscheidstraße 15
10627 Berlin-Charlottenburg
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Artful characters
from certified organic cotton knitted fabric made in personal manufactory.

Julia Lange actually studied design in Bremen and worked for international labels after graduation. After a few years, however, she decided to follow her passion, to found her own label TeenyTiny and with imaginative creatures, to make the world a little happier. Even the small manufactory in Berlin-Charlottenburg radiates soothing calm. In the friendly atmosphere, you can not only marvel at the numerous characters that cover the wall, but also watch Julia Lange at work.

Her small figures, from rats to foxes and bears to the Berlin TV tower, are made by hand from organic yarns and fabrics. Not only in the production itself flows a lot of work, also the individual characters are thought up by Julia Lange with much devotion and named lovingly. The enchanting figures are created in the field of tension between head, stomach and heart and may at first glance remind you of cuddly toys for children, but there is much more to them.

With their colorful exteriors and imaginative shapes, the figures are more works of art than anything else. In many an interior, they are the icing on the cake and transform your own four walls into creative spaces. So it's not just us who have taken a liking to the characters. TeenyTiny has long since received attention in the international press, such as the Italian Vogue, the children's magazine Milk, Elle Decoration or even AD and ZEIT magazine.

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For some years now, Julia Lange has also been working with museums such as the Kunsthaus Wien, the Museum of Modern Art and the Louisina Museum in Denmark, the Barberini in Potsdam or the Vitra Design Museum in Mühl am Rhein and many more. Some of the figures are not only available in the museum stores, but have been created to match the exhibition. For example, the enchanting "Vincent" for the Van Gogh exhibition at the Städel Museum in Frankfurt am Main.

But the characters are not only beautiful to look at, they are above all meant to touch people. To bring them security and happiness and to be a place of affection and caring even in these difficult times. With her figures, Julia Lange makes her contribution to spread happiness and joie de vivre in the world and to put a smile on the lips of one or the other. The artworks are meant for children. Those who are in each of us, even if deeply hidden.

In any case, a visit to the manufactory in Charlottenburg can only bring joy! In addition, Julia Lange's characters are now also available for purchase here in our Creme Guides Shop!

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