Until today only 15% of the materia of the universe are known. The other 85% are a big mistery. Nobody knows how it looks or behaves. 15 artists and a number of scientists got into an intensive exchange about this “dark matter”. The result is an exhibition at DESY in Hamburg where sculptures, paintings, installations, photographs and video works are placed in the direct neighbourhood of particle accelerators and the new free-electron laser.
Clean Lines is the title of Karin Rocke’s newest collection: The pieces convince by their distinct silhouettes, graphic elements and strong colours crafted in exquisite materials, which unfold their full wellbeing-asset only on your skin. The key colours, a gentle cherry blossom pink and a rich ruby red, frame the collection – so do the coloured geometric fields behind and around the photographs, which add an architectural dimension to the paper.
Tintenstrahl is a collaboration of three journalists who are experts in the diverse fields of culture. They all have the experience of working in the daily press and therefore combine well researched, high quality journalism with the demands of the digital media of today. The visual identity transfers this mix into a concise image and lettering – shining in a bright ink blue.
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.
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.