Merry Macaron Mas to you – we (my working student Laura × myself) want to thank everyone, that made 2020 a little bit sweeter – for a friend, a loved one, a stranger or yourself.
Remote events are the new normal – bye bye old school christmas parties, hello xmas non-party.
Update: The Job had been already filled. // No, I don’t need another office-plant. Clearly I‘ve got plenty. I‘m looking for a Berlin based graphic design student, who will join my team – from October 2020 to end of February 2021.
Challenge accepted – our Office might be empty, but I’m not one to let an holiday just pass. Maybe a bit different as planned, but Easter is still happening at Rudolfstr.
Summer is coming – yesterday was the official “create-your-own-holiday-day”. Obviously I chose to celebrate the upcoming summer and hope.
Based on the works of Voldemort aka Corona – public health doesn‘t mix with well with public events anymore.
Yes, today is the 1. Friday the 13th of this year – but more importantly yesterday was the campaign day against-internet-censorship. Protect your digital rights and if needed, speak up for yourself.
Let’s celebrate your inner Spirit Animal – Mardi Gras Style. Icon Set of animal mask.
High 5 Valentine! Instead of planning your red dress-pasta-netflix-date, how about taking a moment to thank a friend – with a secret handshake?
Are you striving for a better tomorrow and have at least a day to spare? The Berlin based interactive exhibition, Futurium, let’s you discover many possible futures.
Ich bin ein Berliner-Pfannkuchen-Kreppel-Donut. Good Bye 2019 — it‘s been a sweet ride with loads of colourful crumbles on the way. Thank you for being an awesome client / networking partner / friend or donut. May the next year be as filled with jam as this one.
Happy Plantmas! I wish you a botanical time with your friends and family.
For this years HTW student exhibtion, Ms. M. and Mr. R. joined the squat. Previous to the showcase was an outdoor Yoga class. Here are some selected hightlights of the wide range of the exhibits.
In addition to the Art Directors Club congress and exhibition, I signed up for the “insights”. It is a mixture of workshops and talks from a well-chosen pool of companys. There is no extra fee, but the number of tickets is limited.
I wish you a bright and notefull year 2019. May this booklet be filled with many completed to-do’s. Beware of wasps.
My office is slowly growing – my latest arrival is the mini-biotope by Waldglas. This time the BGD opened their doors in at Xlane in Kreuzberg.
On the 25th of August was the first FFF-Day (Female Future Force) conference in Berlin. A good mixture of national entrepreneurs and international speakers – with colourful candy and (weirdly but good) sausages.
The exhibition was part of the ADC festival 2018. Project of the major German design / advertising agencies and university projects from the newcomers were displayed in as equals.
After tackling some minor problems with the German railroad company – Asoomda Kim and I had a wonderful day at the ADC congress 2018.
Henrike Ott and I made the decisions to take a spontaneous trip to the Neuköllner KreativKongress No. 4 – we met the new district mayor and a lot of local freelancers and small businesses.
Ping! Pong! Thank you so much for the excellent cooperation in 2017. I wish you awesome holidays and an adventurous turn of the year.
I wish you a colourful christmas, a couple of off-days and a very bright and webcam-safe year 2017.
Dual exhibition “Spielraum” and “What would I die for” @ Bernheimer Contemporary.
The new exhibition @Bernheimer Contemporary of two-month length. They are displaying art around the issue “Reflection. Self-Reflection”.
Last Saturday, the Berlin Graphic Days took place for the 7th time @Urban Spree. They didn’t have the “human photo booth”, where a guy pretends to be a machine, but the 1:1 Berghain-Guide.
Ich wish you merry christmas, a relaxing hogmanay with a shower of confetti and an adventurous (monkey) year 2016!
Hand-painted wallpapers and wall installations – an exhibition by Gosia Warrink and Isabella Trimmel.
Students of the technical college, HTW, present their semester projects. A good mixture between socially critical issues and classical typographic solutions.
After 3 years, the DMY fair moved to the „Kraftwerk“ in Kreuzberg. Even if the main focus is interior design, there are a lot of other ideas to explore.
Voodoo Market + Urban Spree + Sunny Day. Strange streetfood, like cupcakes made out of varities of beer and the best business card teaser – Pikachu.
For the last time, the DMY will be held at the „Flughafen Tempelhof“ of Berlin. Lampshades-drills and chessboards made out of pasta and erasers.