The “Trilogie vom Hiersein” is a series of three dance performances. The ensemble works very intuitively, their goal is to express pure emotion and transmit it to the audience. The flyer and poster capture the volatileness of the tiny moment of being that can be called “here” by combining three images to one explosive dance figure, interwoven with the headline – concentrated and energetic at the same time.
Katharina Gschwendtner is an illustrator and painter from Hamburg. The line is her base, for her it can do anything. In her portfolio the line is the base for the design, too: Headlines are set in outlines, Texts are separated from the images by a line, the characteristic of the font is a constant line stroke. The appearance is resolut, but never superficial, every element finds its place to spread ideas and fun.
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.
Independence, fun and getting new ideas are the engine for FALL. Every issue compiles articles, photographs and illustrations on one term – like “Provinz” (backwoods). But don’t expect clichés. – Content and layout always strive for new and unexpected perspectives while at the same time holding highest quality. Look out for an issue – it’s free, full of passion, and every release is celebrated with a great party!
EFP is the only existing international network of organisations promoting European cinema worldwide. The team constantly searches for talents, helps them to get attention and to connect with each other and the decision-makers. So they act like goldsmiths: They grind the diamonds and bring them together in a necklace. Therefore in every headline little pearls mix with the letters and create a unique visual appearance.