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European Film Promotion

After 20 years of constant growth, it is time for European Film Promotion to take advantage of the high level of brand awareness and present a more uniform image. The new strategy focuses on strong visibility to successfully promote European films at international festivals. This works with very bright colors, a striking typeface and a clear arrangement of geometric shapes and images. The color palette allows for an almost infinite number of combinations and designs, and all types of images can be inserted.

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Koenig & Bauer: Menschen, Maschinen & Ideen

200 years ago the founders of Koenig & Bauer invented the first printing machine driven by a steam engine. On behalve of this anniversary a box including a book, a bookazine and 13 posters tell the story from the past to the future – from technical but also very personal perspectives. “Menschen”, “Maschinen” and “Ideen” proove that innovation can result from tradition.

for Koenig&Bauer
with/at Mutabor & Grauel Publishing
book design, editorial design, packaging design, illustration
360 x 280 mm/180 x 240 mm/120 x 170 mm
offset printing, silkscreen printing
2017

4 × Red Dot Award: Communication Design 2018
3 × BCM Best of Content Marketing 2018
2 × ADC Award 2018

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KARIN ROCKE

KARIN ROCKE is a new fashion label from Hamburg. Clear lines and cuts combined with bold colors and playful elements form great knitwear that is both: classic and unusual. The corporate design transfers this look from textile to paper and screen: the logo consists of straight letters in subtle camel, but with a change in the reading direction. The special features in the production of the print products round off the appearance of the high-quality brand.

for Karin Rocke
logo, stationary, lookbook, hangtags and many more
offset printing, letterpress printing, die cuts
2016 – today

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Islamic Art at MKG

The collection of Islamic art of the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg is one of the most important in Germany. In the new exhibition the artworks are grouped by topics instead of their geographical origin: The relations between past and present become obvious, many open questions are answered by the history. The objects are in the centre of attention, the exhibition design and graphic form a subtly frame to let them shine.

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Gewandhaus Orchester

The Gewandhaus Orchester is one of the biggest and oldest symphonic orchestras in the world. If you visit Leipzig you won’t miss it – because of its brutal architecture. The distinctive forms were the starting point for the design and are now visible in their reduced abstraction in every medium. Strong colours fill them with life – as the music fills the building with colourful sounds.