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Stefan Beuse: Das Buch der Wunder

The siblings Penny and Tom are very different: Penny is open for every kind of magic, Tom always needs a scientific explanation. But then more and more inexplicable things happen and the border between the visible and the invisible world becomes permeable. The forest on the cover is a place of desire and attraction, a light and powerful paradise, but it can also become dense, dark and mysterious.

for mairisch Verlag
book cover design
133 × 202 mm
offset printing, hot foil stamping
2017

Carolin Rauen: Die Philosophie des Gärtnerns #1 Carolin Rauen: Die Philosophie des Gärtnerns #2 Carolin Rauen: Die Philosophie des Gärtnerns #3 Carolin Rauen: Die Philosophie des Gärtnerns #4 Carolin Rauen: Die Philosophie des Gärtnerns #5 Carolin Rauen: Die Philosophie des Gärtnerns #6 Carolin Rauen: Die Philosophie des Gärtnerns #7 Carolin Rauen: Die Philosophie des Gärtnerns #8 Carolin Rauen: Die Philosophie des Gärtnerns #9 Carolin Rauen: Die Philosophie des Gärtnerns #10 Carolin Rauen: Die Philosophie des Gärtnerns #11

Die Philosophie des Gärtners

Gardening is one of the most basic actions. Therefore today it’s a way to fulfill the desire to do “the right thing”. And it never becomes boring: In gardening you can discover a new world every year, the possibilities of the where, what and how are endless and unpredictable. The book offers insights by philosophers, historians, agronomists, architects and internet activists and forms the fourth book of the philosophy series, with a reduced and colorful design like the others.

for mairisch Verlag
Book Design, Illustration
154 × 215 mm, 222 pages
offset printing with two fluorescend colours, hot foil stamping
2017

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Stevan Paul: Der große Glander

New York, 1990s: Food artist Gustav Glander disappears without any trace. Hamburg, twelve years later: Food critic Gerd Mönninghaus seems to recognize Glander in a restaurant and starts researching… The result is a novel about both: art and cooking. So ist he design: Materials and the reduction to typography adapt classic cook book design. With the bright colour, the rough pencil strokes and the little icon the art world is represented as well.

for mairisch Verlag
book cover design
133 × 202 mm
offset printing, hardcover with linen, hot foil stamping
2016

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Die Philosophie des Laufens

You can run everywhere at any time, it’s diverse and affordable for everyone. It shapes our character and gives us freedom, it broadens our horizon and teaches us about ourselves and the world. In this book philosophers, journalists, athletes and writers tell about friendship, nature, pain and pleasure. So it’s not only the runners clothes that let you shine – as they do on the book cover – but also your body and mind.

for mairisch Verlag
book design, illustration
154 × 215 mm, 222 pages
offset printing with two fluorescend colours, hot foil stamping
2015

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Michael Weins, Katharina Gschwendtner: Sie träumt von Pferden

We are all animals – but sometimes we forget about that. This book tells stories about animals. And humans. Borders blur between dream and reality, human ethics and pure beauty, and, first of all, between animals and humans. Katharina Gschwendtner and Michael Weins show in drawings and short stories the mysterious turns of life. The typography underlines the the contrast and the unpredictable: Hard and soft, classic and contemporary.

for mairisch Verlag
book design
128 pages, 133 × 206 mm
hardcover with glistening paper, offset printing, hot foil stamping
2015