The Amazing Franziska Coon


When we found Franzi on Instagram, we knew that we had to work with her.

She makes incredibly creative flat-lay scenery, using everyday objects which she photographs from a birds-eye view.

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Mama of two wildlings and an original from the tourism industry, Instagram has become her creative outlet where she’s “embracing and expressing momlife weirdness”. Her children add the energy to each scene in order to bring them to life.

She has documented the process behind each scene on her blog.

We think Franzi’s imagination and sense for adventure matches our own and we love finding and working with kindred wild spirits.

Check out all of her work on Instagram. We hope you love her work as much as we do!

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What Franzi thought of our suits:

“My first impression when the suits came with the mail was that these snowsuits are totally something else. Snowsuits used to be boring, it was a functional piece of clothes and Dinoskiwear made it to something cool and something kids could identify with.

You just see how much thought is put into the snowwear. The zipper is easy to grab and really firm in little hands - so that my daughter has no qualms to dress herself. The sleeves provide extra inner sleeves to keep the cold outside and can the even pulled up to half gloves. No wind, no wet weather can harm little adventurers!

The hood is wide and snuggly - wide enough even for a ski helmet to cover also. My daughters bicycle helmet fitted perfectly under the hood. thats also when the comfort of the suit is tested to a max. Ever tried to ride a bike with a stiff snowsuits? No problems here. Dinoski is super comfy and stretches with every movement. And thats what we need in the wintertime with all the outdoor activities.”

Franzi’s Tip:

“My daughter (in the pictures, is 3 years and four months old) wears the size 2-3 years. She normally has a 104/116 in everyday clothes. The Dinoski suits are tailored wide and comfortable - in case of doubt I would always tend to get the smaller size.”

Will Chapman