Anyone interested in working in the film industry should get their hands on the Career Guide Film. On 200+ pages, you can find a systematic overview of studies, trainings and development possibilities that will qualify you for a job in the world of moving images. The diversity of this business is represented in numerous illustrated interviews containing background information and anecdotes. The world of film is colourful – just like the page design of this guide. More pictures coming soon!
The lyrical saxophonist Michael Jaeger is considered one of the defining voices of Swiss jazz. He works as a bandleader and sideman throughout Europe and has worked, toured and released music with musicians such as Greg Osby, Norbert Pfammatter and Tom Rainey. In addition to the website for his Musiklabor Züri, he needed an update of his private webpage. In collaboration with Michael himself and the programmer Peer Schelletter, a whole new appearance was created.
Digital and analogue illustrations created for various clients and freelance projects.
BMW Art Guide by Independent Collectors: The Fifth Edition
First initiated in 2012, this publication aims to make privately owned contemporary art accessible to everyone. Featuring almost 300 collections – small as well as large, well-known as well as undiscovered, the Art Guide takes the reader into vibrant metropolises and tranquil provinces, and adds detailed information to some places as well as charming background information to the collections. Redesign in collaboration with Berlin-based agency NOC.
POW – Post-Otherness-Wedding and UP – Unsustainable Privileges: an exhibition and discussion series curated by Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung and Solvej Helweg Ovesen at Galerie Wedding, which presents the work of Berlin-based contemporary artists, and shows their retrospective documentation in this publication. This volume looks back over four years at Galerie Wedding, and shows both main and special exhibitions, symposium papers from different speaker, and a series of photographs that take the reader through Berlin’s Wedding district. A collaboration with Elsa Westreicher.
We spend countless hours on the internet, all of us, every day. We know its language, sounds and symbols, and, up to a certain degree, its structure guides our way of thinking. And yet, the internet is an open medium, a tool that can be fed, formed, opened and used. A website does not have to look like a newspaper, but it can form its own space and present individual features, create individual dimensions; it is transformable and reflective. With the help of simple, web-based interventions we can examine the nature of the internet and test new approaches. By learning and understanding the structures behind the smooth surface, we want to take a look behind the web’s way of communication. What is the purpose of a website, how do you construct a website, how does coding work? Self-initiated one-week workshop with Elsa Westreicher.
Dive into the world of Olafur Eliasson. In this 152-page volume, you will find a visual documentation of experiments with glacial water, systematically constructed colour palettes and an interview with the artist himself. A facsimile book edition on high-quality paper. Project in collaboration with Buero Noc and Dr. Michael Hering (Director of the Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München).
Formerly the Wedding district’s town hall, the distinctive New Objectivity-style building is today the home of the Municipal Galerie Wedding – Raum für zeitgenössische Kunst. Working in collaboration with Elsa Westreicher, a visual identity was created for the gallery which underlined the curators’ vision with a logo resembling a bracket that opens up towards various artists’ positions, while the building’s prominent window-lined facade, in the graphic interpretation, becomes flexible, forming a membrane between the lively Müllerstraße on the outside and the artists’ discourses on the inside. Website in collaboration with Philipp Schäfer.
A publication that reinvents itself every three months, Dummy Magazine dedicates each quarterly edition to an individual topic, and selects a new designer to realise its creative concept. Our edition was all about “adventures” – it featured neither Rüdiger Nehberg nor activewear, but many fascinating everyday stories instead. Project in collaboration with StudioF.