10 – 09 –2013
In conversation with america based, brazilian designer João Doria, conducted during a warm day in a Norwegian cabin – Greetings to New Haven!
Read the full interview on Grafill.no.
12 – 07 –2013
“Code Duello”, the book I designed with british artists Alex Farrar and Harry Meadley, will be launched tonight at San Seriffe, Amsterdam.
01 – 08 –2013
Dear Friends, I would like to inform you about the publishing of Dinamo’s first typeface: GROW.
GROW is a multi level typeface system. Its six basic outlines A, B, C, D, E, F can be piled up to a total of 63 individual combinations: from light line nestings to solid surfaces and spacial creations.
The typeface covers the Latin Extended character set, comes with fourteen stylistic sets, arbitrary fractions, roman numbers, arrows and ligatures. All fonts are available for Print and Web. Please learn more about GROW from the website and the available PDFs: www.dinamo.us
07 – 06 –2013
Fabian Harb and me are giving a lecture at this year’s Call For Type, in the Gutenberg Museum in Mainz.
18 – 03 –2013
For the current issue of GRID MAGAZINE (Graphic Design / Industrial Design), journalist Rebekka Kiesewetter wrote a detailed article about my work and other things I did over the past years. Get a copy at your local dealer.
29 – 01 –2013
Typefaces have been granted their own section.
28 – 12 –2012
Hugo Hoppmann and me are giving a two day workshop during the VOID conference (11.–15.01.2013) in Düsseldorf, Germany.
‘One of the luxuries coming along with graphic design is that we can create and apply own material. By designing a typeface one takes a snapshot of his environment and extends the role of a computer operator into one of an observer and creator. The shape of a typeface carries a statement within and consequently creates the connection between a graphical language and its author. While software enables us to produce shapes more specific then ever, the basic ideas remain the same.
During our workshop we will construct, test and manipulate self-made drawing tools by hand. We will adjust them precisely to our needs and develop them further in response to their visual output. This way we can investigate how a design method for a tool becomes visible at its execution. Those observations can serve as starting points for a digital typeface production later on.’
15 – 02 – 2012
We are very happy to be invited again to the School of Design in Mainz to give a four days long typedesign workshop. This time Hugo and me team up with our fellow Fabian Harb and his jedi-like type knowledge.
04 – 11 – 2011
I will participate in the ‘font-market’, taking place the 10.12. in Zurich. Designers from Switzerland and abroad will be there to sell their own fonts, catalogues, and posters.
22 – 10 – 2011
The last two months, preferably on rainy days, I designed the website of Berlin based stylist Stephanie Canisius. That wouldn’t have been possible without Ueli Banholzer, my own swiss knife of web development.
25 – 7 – 2011
Summertime. The one and only typeface to trust, JB Heureka, just hit the streets with a bold smile on its face. All revised, extended, open-typed – have a look and get in shopping mood.
29 – 3 – 2011
Together with Hugo I am invited to give a three days long workshop about typography and editorial design to graphic design students of the University of the Arts in Mainz.
28 – 3 – 2011
I was asked to contribute to Prety–Ugly, an exhibition, a series of talks, an auction and a publication exploring the paradox of ‘designing the undesigned’ – organized by the MA Communication Design at Central Saint Martins, London.
08 – 3 – 2011
I did the graphic design for the 6th issue of the Design Made in Germany magazine.
18 – 2 – 2011
Things could be worse: my contribution for the new Amsterdam Film Museum (EYE) won the design prize “Edits” and will be displayed in 3×4 meters in front of the Amsterdam mainstation for the next years.
30 – 11 – 2010
Some recent editorial will be shown in a book called “The Creative Editorial Design Worldwide” – published by Sandu Publishing, Guangzhou, China.
07 – 10 – 2010
Commissioned by ARCADEMI, I collaborated with Larissa Kasper for the design of a tote bag – inspired by the old tradition of image-puzzle-riddles. Edition of 100, silk screened and numbered.
15 – 08 – 2010
Out of the dark: website for Berlin based magazine 032c!