Teaching at University of Applied Arts Düsseldorf: Tools Make Type
'Tools Make Type' was a five-day workshop, exploring, what typefaces could look like if they weren't influenced by the stroke characteristics of broad nip pens, but instead fingerboards, spray foam, and gardening tools.
Refuge Worldwide Euro Tour
Digital and physical assets for Refuge Worldwide's European Tour 2023 in collaboration with Carhartt Work in Progress
Visual narrative to go alongside an audible experience. An album blending music, guided yoga instruction, and spatial audio. Photography / image creation by Julian Klincewicz. Designed with Something Special Studios.
Nike Stronger Than One
Now You See Me Moria Action Book
Moria, the biggest refugee camp in Europe, on Lesbos, Greece, is overcrowded with inhumane conditions. Few images emerge due to restrictions on journalists and photographers. Photos taken by inhabitants of the camp were turned into 449 posters after a global call to graphic designers. The collective showcases the crisis in camps at Europe's fringes, urging policy reform for the suffering masses.
How do things emerge? Why are you here? In 2015, designer Andreas Uebele and Artist Karin Sander asked those questions to the scholars of the Germany Academy in Rome. Fragments of their answers were put into a typographic form and carefully distributed across a room at the Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin as part of the academy's annual exhibition. Designed at büro uebele.
N1.52 is the workshop in which the students of the Department of Applied Art and Design of the Düsseldorf University of Applied Sciences create their work. It was also the title of their exhibition of final projects. Using 3D scanning technology, the room and people that work there become the main design element of the visual identity.
Hello, Hóla, Ciao
The invite for Giorgia Lupi’s welcome party at the Pentagram NYC office is a homage to her project “Friends in Space”. The various ways people at the office say “hello” in their native language or local dialect are placed on the invitation according to the team member’s region of origin.Designed at Pentagram, New York.
Objekt zur Grafik
An in-depth look into the two 3D-scanning techniques that were used in creating the "N1.52" identity (sometimes in an alienated way). The book explains their functional principles, describes each work flow step by step and shows a catalog of 3D models that were generated in the process.