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100 Best Posters 2016

Poster campaign for 2017th annual "100 best Posters of Austria Germany and Switzerland" exhibition at the Museum of Applied Arts in Vienna.

As also also being part of the exhibition we were happy to develop a poster series which actually questions the event and the purpose of poster design. We developed three arrogant and vain posters. The approach was to reflect upon the medium in public space and on different strategies of distinction. The posters say:
I AM NOT PERFECT BUT ALMOST
I’m with stupid
NAUGHT, BAD, UNPUNCTUAL … but pretty

#2017 #Red #Poster #Poster #Poster #Street #Street

2.5.0. Object is Meditation and Poetry

Poster and orientation for the aniversary exhibitaion of "Hochschule für Grafik und Buchkunst Leipzig" at the musuem of applied art in Leipzig. Designed and implemented in collaboration with Jaroslaw Kubiak and Markus Dreßen.

#2015 #Leipzig #Poster #Poster #Close Up #Street

Art is Nonvisual

Artist monograph for Viennese artist Heribert Friedl published by Kehrer Verlag, Heidelberg.
Honored as „One of the most beautiful books from Austria 2014“

Heribert Friedls work is hard to capture in images, just as the book states. You can touch it, rub it, smell it. But most of the time you can hardly see it. The book refers to this act of leaving things out. It’s visual appearance is subtle, to perceive it you have to take it into your hands. The book is sectioned into one conceptual, text-based part, where images step in to the background and one more image-based part for smaller works.

#2014 #Artist Book #Book #Catalog #White #Cover #Object #Spine #Close Up #Object #Object #Spread #Spread

Beyond Visual Range

Conception and design of an artist's publication for Mikhail Tolmachev. Implemented in collaboration with Christian Hofer. "Beyond Visual Range" was a large scale artistic intervention in the "Central Armed Forces Museum" in Moscow in 2014.

The publication was an attempt to translate the exhibition into book form on the basis of the architecture of the museum, trying to understand the museum as a medium. Each installation of the artist was treated in the book, within a strict structure, for itself. Narrative solutions always referred to the respective room and the work developed for it. The entry into the book are images of the museum, the photos were rigorously cut to sharpen the view of the institution and to challenge the semblance of objectivity. The subtle intervention within the museum is mirrored by a subtle mix of material – different weights of paper and a hidden part of dialogue. It comes with a German supplement.

#2015 #Art #Book #Catalog #Leipzig #Cover #Spine #Object #Spread #Spread #Object #Spread #Spread #Cover #Object #Poster

COSMO & KRAMER

Design of a sign for Katharina Schilling and Eva Hegge’s Exhibitions Cosmo & Kramer at Ortloff in Leipzig, 2015.

#Street

Famed und Riedel: Finissage

Poster for Michael Riedel and FAMED's collaborative exhibition 'Finissage' at ASPN, Leipzig.

#2018 #Poster #White

HEARTS HEARTS

Typeface and lettering for the Hearts Hearts's second album release GOODS GODS.

#2018 #Tools

Kunst im Stadtraum Salzburg 1945–1975

Book design for and with Salzburg Museum and the photographer Rainer Iglar from Fotohof edition. The book compiles a large collection of public artworks from all over Salzburg city from the post war period. Eight essays in the beginning of the book reflect their history through different perspectives. The main part of the book lets you stroll through the city and discover the diverse artworks. The third and last part of the book gives orientation through the 576 pages.

#2019 #Art #Book #Green #Guide #Research #Salzburg #Type #Yellow #Cover #Object #Spine #Spread #Spread #Spread

Landesausstellung Salzburg 2016

Identity, campaign, exhibition graphic design and website for the Salzburg Land Exhibition "200 Years of Salzburg in Austria". In collaboration with studiosteinwender. Exhibition architecture by March Gut. Coding by Florian C. Wachmann

For the vast historical exhibition about the state’s history with Austria we developed a minimal graphic voice carried by typography. We wanted the posters to support the surrounding and to simply add type. The wordings suggesting either a scream, perspective or time reference – going back or forth – were put in place and view of the observing citizens. As the object in the museum needs labeling to become an exhibit, the exhibition wanders from the museum into the public space and connects the show with it’s main protagonist: Salzburg

#2016 #Black #Identity #Type #White #Object #Object #Poster #Poster #Poster #Poster #Street #Street #Street #Web #Web #Screen #Web #Web #Web #Web #Screen #Web #Web #Object #Street #Street

Maifrische

Poster for an exhibition of Ingo Mellers painting class at HBG Leipzig in Luzern, Switzerland.
Honored as one of the "100 Best Posters 16 Germany Austria Switzerland"

#2016 #Blue #Leipzig #Poster #Red #Yellow

Marion Ermer Preis

Identity and catalog for the art award "Marion Ermer Preis" in collaboration with Paul Bowler.

We developed a design framework which would allow the honorees to participate in the design process. Marion Ermer Preis was the first and is the most distinguished art award in the former GDR part of Germany. In 2016 the award was hosted in Leipzig for the first time. We conceived and designed four catalogues (one for each prize winner) in a slipcase, as well as posters and invitation cards.
There was no corporate design given in any way and neither did we want to produce one. However, we still wanted to suggest a kind of identity that would hold the event together visually as long it lasted and would stand for its own in what was to follow. We thus developed a set of rules which would allow the artists to take part in designing there book jackets. We designed the ephemera under the same conditions. The rules were: choose a background color and an image which fits the purpose. The typography frames these elements. We went on to use rather banal images of art/exhibition clichés. 

#2016 #Catalog #Identity #Leipzig #Pink #Poster #Poster #Object #Object #Spine #Cover #Object #Spine #Cover #Yellow #Object #Spread #Object #Object

Orlando

Contribution to the exhibition DADDY in Leipzig in summer 2018. Picture by Moritz Zeller.

#2018 #Art #Close Up

Performing New Europe 2018

Identity and campaign for the International Performing Arts Festival „Performing New Europe 2018“ by SZENE Salzburg.
The Poster was honored as one of the "100 Best Posters 17 Germany Austria Switzerland".

We created a visual language based on the artistic practice of décollage – destructed posters in the public space are ripped off and are either used as a whole or parts are re-used to become something new. 
In reference to recent developments concerning europe we see the campaign as a comment to the constant re-evaluation and re-interpretations of the idea of national culture as it is played out in the public sphere.
Next to the posters, the program and a cinematic trailer we developed a "Work Book", consisting of notes and work material from the participating artists.

#2017 #Blue #Campaign #Dance #Festival #Identity #Red #Salzburg #Yellow #Cover #Spread #Spread #Street #Film #Video #Poster #Cover #Spread

Richard Hirschbäck

Catalog for an Exhibition of the artist Richard Hirschbäck at Stadtgalerie Lehen in Salzburg.

#2018 #Art #Catalog #Cover

Sommerszene 2017

Identity and campaign for the international performance art festival "Sommerszene" in Salzburg.

For this years iteration we developed a campaign which proposed questions to the public. Simple yes-and-no-questions, such as: Have you ever been in China? Are you a coward? Are you playing the piano? Do you ride the bike? …
The questions we installed on a bridge in Salzburg and in the inner city. To that the posters for the festival said Yes! and No!  Firstly, these questions ask how one performs in society and how his or her fragments of performances are put together. One may answer one question positive and the other negative. It also questions this dualistic thinking, how can one answer these questions easily? Is a society really programmed that simple? Yes! No!
The topic of programming is reflected on by using the typeface Amelia, a typeface design by Stanley Davis in 1965. It's design superficially resembles MICR encoding, which was developed to be read by computers. The technology allows MICR readers to scan and read the information directly into a data-collection device. Amelia was MICRs hippy sister (used for the Beatles’ Yellow Submarine Artwork).

Environmental photos by Bernhard Müller.

#2017 #Art #Campaign #Dance #Green #Identity #Red #Salzburg #Poster #Poster #Cover #Object #Cover #Spread #Spread #Object #Street #Street #Street #Street #Object #Street #Film #Video

Sommerszene 2019

Identity and campaign for the international performance art festival "Sommerszene" in Salzburg. The campaign conveys an aesthetic that refers to the design of sales advertising on a textual as well as formal level. This dramatic staging is superimposed with the current apocalyptic mood. The topic of consumerism is formally linked to the crisis of the anthropocene.

Environmental photos by Bernhard Müller.

#2019 #Black #Campaign #Dance #Festival #Red #Salzburg #Street #Street #Street #Poster #Poster #Poster #Street

Stadtgalerie Salzburg

Since 2018 we are working with Stadtgalerie Salzburg. A public institution consisting of several art spaces spread all over the city of Salzburg. We developed an easy to implement design system for posters and postcards.

#2018 #2019 #Art #Campaign #Poster #Red #Salzburg

Theater an der Rott

Identity and campaign for the season 2017/2018 at Theater an der Rott. In collaboration with studiosteinwender
Awarded with a "Silver Venus" at the CCA Awards 2018.

Due to economical reasons, both financial and the scope of work, we developed a very simple, easy to be implemented graphic system of black type on white surface. For the posters the white backround functions as a stage for the bold letters which perform each piece individually. Repetition takes a major role.

#2017 #Black #Campaign #Identity #White #Poster #Poster #Poster #Poster #Poster #Poster #Poster #Cover #Spread #Web #Close Up #Object #Screen #Web #Web #Web #Web #Screen #Web

Zahlen, bitte!

The publication »Zahlen, bitte!« Collects the column by Florian Klenk (editor-in-chief Falter) and Konrad Pesendorfer (Chief Statistics Austria), which has been published in the weekly newspaper »Falter« since 2016. A short interview on an Austria-specific topic is juxtaposed with a matching infographic. Part of the task was to translate the different graphics of Statistics Austria in book form.
All infographics are on the same square, visible grid. Different textures from line and dot patterns allow shades of gray in monochrome printing.
The entire publication is produced from the same pink paper – cover, header as well as core. The color and feel of the material allude to the appearance of file folder. Due to the exaggerated objectivity of the one-colored book body, the medium book is also questioned as a container of truth.

#2018 #Book #Education #Environment #Infographic #Pink #Vienna #Cover #Object #Spine #Spread #Spread #Spread

Zahlen, bitte!! Vol. 2

The second publication in the series »Zahlen, bitte!« collects the column by Florian Klenk (editor-in-chief Falter) and Konrad Pesendorfer (Chief Statistics Austria), which has been published in the weekly newspaper »Falter« since 2016. 

#2019 #Book #Green #Infographic #Cover #Spine