- Bottom Fish LondonIt's Wall Street in New York and it's Bank in London. There's a very distinct culture associated with the finance world of any major city, and Bottom Fish wanted to playfully embody the insider-jokes of this world in a fashion accessories brand. Intended to provide ties, and eventually socks, shirts, and other dress-wear for the well-humored accountant, this start-up didn't end up launching. However, inspired by annual reports and power point presentations, we designed the core brand elements a
- Hirt LeporelloFor Claudia Hirtl's "Bilder" exhibition at the Susan Boutwell Gallery in Munich, a long leporello catalogue was designed, paired with an invitation on transparent paper. As with previous Hirtl publications, the page dimensions mimic the paintings and aim to make the viewer aware of the works' scale and dimensions.
- Hirtl Insert in QuartThe "Quart Heft" is a biannual publication focusing on culture in, and inspired by, Tyrol. Its aim is to feature artists, authors, architects, designers, musicians, philosophers, and researchers in a fresh context. Claudia Hirtl, originally from Tyrol, was asked to contribute a painting for the magazine's insert, while I provided a typographic relationship with the painting and it's intended message. Limited edition of 1000.
- Mut zur Wut Political PostersMut zur Wut aims to raise awareness of global and social issues, calling for posters with critical, social, political and/or personal content, by being visualized in a meaningful motif. Winning posters are displayed on busy roads and high-traffic locations throughout Germany as well as in an internationally traveling exhibition. My submissions focus on the increase in digital surveillance and how our data is collected. This will be a growing concern in the upcoming decades as companies and gove
- 36 Days of Type: Earthabet36 Days of Type is a typographic challenge hosted on Instagram. For the 5th Edition I posted letters based on our planet earth, climate change, and sustainability. Global warming is a problem we face as a species, and it is our responsibility to counteract the damage we are inflicting on our home. This is my effort to inform and inspire more people to be conscious of the environment.
- Hirtl "Zeichnungen" Identity & Folding PosterClaudia Hirtl's exhibition "Zeichnungen, Tokio1986-1988, Wien 2016" ("Drawings, Tokyo1986-1988, Vienna 2016"), was held at the Rabalderhaus in Schwaz, Austria. The flyer accompanying the exhibition mimics the format of her drawings and folds out to be a double-sided A1 poster. Never exhibited before, Hirtl's drawings are on hand crafted Japanese paper and black and white, a noticeable contrast to her paintings.
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