05.05.18

Caspar Platz goes Cucurucu Bar

05.05.18

Caspar Platz goes Cucurucu Bar

01.03.18

50 Jahre Villa Stuck

01.03.18

50 Jahre Villa Stuck

08.03.18

50 Jahre Villa Stuck

08.03.18

50 Jahre Villa Stuck

05.01.18

Begreif Verein

27.07.2017

Funke Fengel

27.07.2017

Funke Fengel

08.05.2017

Ivo Rick

Identity

08.05.2017

Ivo Rick

Identity

28.04.2017

Ivo Rick

Website

28.04.2017

Ivo Rick

Website

22.03.2017

Tanja Kernweiss

Portfolio

 

 

22.03.2017

Tanja Kernweiss

Portfolio

 

 

06.02.2017

Die Goldene Bar

 

06.02.2017

Die Goldene Bar

 

16.01.2017

Capetown fonts

16.01.2017

Capetown fonts

14.01.2017

Website Jan Schünke

14.01.2017

Website Jan Schünke

22.12.2016

Bier Book

21.12.2016

Goldene Bar

21.12.2016

Goldene Bar

silkprint

19.10.2016

The Afterlife of the Commercial Image

19.10.2016

The Afterlife of the Commercial Image

18.12.2016

Goldene Bar Website

18.12.2016

Goldene Bar Website

17.12.2016

Kasten w Steffen Kehrle

17.12.2016

Kasten w Steffen Kehrle

Situated loosely between design and art, I am working as a graphic designer on printed matter, exhibition design, websites or whatever else is needed. Always on the look out for new and exciting collaborations.

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Parallels of the Equator

Record sleeve design for artist Simon Weiss. “Parallels of the Equator” is a project initiated by Fanfare Amsterdam and was presented during the Graphic Design Biennale 2016 in Brno.

AaBbC Exhibition

In early 2016 I teamed up with Moby Digg to designed the branding of the exhibition „Aabbc“ and curated the contemporary works of national and international graphic designers.  The font was exclusively provided by Dinamo. Works of Eike König, Erik Brandt, Johannes Breyer, Kasper & Florio, Kevin Bray, Linda van Deursen, Lou Buche, Matthias Singer, Maximilian Heitsch, Michiel Schuurman, Mirko Borsche, Noem Held, Public Possession and Sarah Illenberger were exhibited.

Get it Gerrit!

Get it Gerrit, Was an initiative taken back in 2014/15 with Ott Metusala, Andrada Smaranda, Lou Buche, Luca Carboni at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie to develop a public platform where we will be exhibiting, archiving and selling some of the schoolwork created by current and past students. As most of the time they would end up in a box somewhere in the house of the students themselves, the intention is to take these wonderful posters, booklets, objects and t-shirts and give them a chance to be viewed by a wider audience. This unique collection will be for sale during our events. The display furniture was build on spot with material we found in the spaces. Get it Gerrit took place in Amsterdam and Paris.