Why Dick Wolf?
It is a pseudonym I have had since school. In English, it is Richard Wolf, Richard= Dick, a classic first and last name. When I first started, I did not want to be associated with my name because it gave me the freedom to be creative.
Did you have a problem finding your style in the beginning? Were you worried you would be misunderstood or judged, or did you not deal with it?
Not at all. Since I started, I did not care how people would perceive my art or whether they would like it. I wanted to finally relax and do things my way without thinking about fitting in. I had no idea that so many things would happen in such a short time frame and my work would have such a fan base.
What characterizes your jewelry?
I hope it is noticeable. I am not a fan of those marketing slogans on the labels. I find my pieces crude and bold, sometimes they look brutal at first glance but look at how they complement the wearer, and suddenly it works almost unbearably.
I try to put timelessness into my jewelry and avoid those trendy moments, which sell better, but then what next?
The life around me, my life, the moments I find myself in. I translate what I live or have experienced into my jewels. There are also abstract moments, my dreams, among other things.