happy — Poster for the monthly regulars’ table at Heine/Lenz/Zizka in Berlin with Peter Zizka talking about Stefan Sagmeister’s „The Happy Film“.
Shape — Poster design for the ESO identity. It got exhibited during the midsummer in Tromsø, Norway. The exhibition was a collaboration between NODA (The North Norwegian Center for Design and Architecture), Blank Poster and Flip.
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Small Cause — Winner of the 100 Best Posters Award 2015.Exhibition opening was on the 16th of June 2016 at the Kulturforum in Berlin. Among other locations, the exhibition will also took place in Seoul (KR), Vienna (AT), Nuremberg (DE) and Lucerne (CH).Price on request.
Progress — Poster design for the Nachhall exhibition. Nominated for the Studentenwerk Award 2016.
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Nachhall — Theory and professional practice. After five to six semesters of studying visual communication, the students hit the road and worked for design studios around the world for half a year. When they finally return for their Bachelor-thesis, they also have to extract six months of work into one final thought visualized on a poster. „Nachhall“ (german word for „echo“ or „reverberation“) is the title of this semesters poster exhibition.
DO IT — Big thanks to Martha and Kathy who invited me to participate in their newest project called MEMOVOCO. A calendar that displays 365 typographic statements. The first edition will be about – Life. I’m not quite a big quoter myself so I kept it by a very fundamental statement: DO IT
31 Liters Ice-Cream — Flashy poster invitation for the prose and poem contest of the young literature forum in Hesse (DE).
Frankfurter Buchmesse — "The Frankfurt Book Fair (FBF) is the world's largest trade fair for books […]. It is held annually in mid-October at the Frankfurt Trade Fair grounds in Frankfurt am Main, Germany."(Wikipedia)Since 1976, a guest of honor is named for the Frankfurt Book Fair. The guest of 2014 was Finnland and this is one of the submitted poster designs.
GAP 9 — The ninth international conference GAP.9 of the German Society for Analytic Philosophy (GAP) will take place in Osnabrück, Germany, September 2015, hosted by the GAP and Osnabrück University.
"Gesellschaft für Analytische Philosophie e.V." is a philosophical Society which aims to support and to develop analytical philosophy. The most important activity of the GAP is the organisation and execution of the international congress for analytical philosophy. It takes place every three years and pursues the goal to raise the awareness and the exchange between philosophers.
Diversity — Poster proposal #01 for the German Student Affairs annual poster competition about "Diversity". "What is diversity?" The A0 sized poster is solely the html source code of the german Diversity Wikipedia article. The definition is highlighted.
Diversity — Poster proposal #02 for the German Student Affairs annual poster competition about "Diversity".