Yours, Karim

Visual Identity, logo, merch

Radical Softness. Pop is the new indie and our favorite boy group changed its name: Philemic became Yours, Karim.

Band photos by Benjakon, merch stand photo by Lucie Leichsering

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Laure Boer

Visual Identity, Poster, Flyer, Website

Torpor is a contribution to the project “Composite by the Numbers,” created and curated by Dayang Yraola. Laure Boer’s score is based on the COVID-19-statistics by the Robert Koch Institute, Germany. Recorded first time in December 2020, the piece has since then been performed in three versions. The latest show took place at Rabih Beaini’s Morphine Raum in 2022 with Dayang Yraola and Tusa Montes from the Philippines as special guests.

Concert photos by Wataru Murakami

Minimum Success Records

Visual identity, logo, typeface, record covers

Minimum Success is the new Finnish/Berlin techno label. Their first release feat. six lost gabber techno tunes produced in Finland in the mid 90ties by Amalgam 5 (Klas-Henrik Lindblad & Markus Irwin Berg). Song titles give a good impression of the music 🙂 We’ve designed a typeface, did the label logo and a wild series of cover designs – watch out for next releases…

Berliner Architektursalon

Visual identity, co-curation, coding

A series of monthly events for a new quality of togetherness and future perspectives about the sustainable transformation of our cities.

It has been known for a long time that architecture, the building industry and urban planning have a considerable share in our current climate misery. Yet those responsible have often declared themselves not responsible and shifted the demands for less energy consumption and emissions or more greening and climate-friendly building materials back and forth: sometimes it was not financially feasible, sometimes it was not practically feasible, sometimes it was simply not desired. In this way, we have all lost valuable time, so that not only the impatience of the urban society has increased, but also the factual urgency. Because yes, we must finally act and correct course. We need a sustainable transformation of our built environment. Together with experts from design, the real estate industry, urban development politics and everyone interested in an ecological transformation of our built environment, we want to discuss how a real building turnaround can succeed.

At the launch event on 18 April 2023, our guests were New European Bauhaus and the Bauhaus of the Earth. What are their goals for a sustainable building sector and how do they want to achieve them?

Turnaround is conceived and initiated by the Architektursalon Berlin: Sebastian Bissinger & Laure Boer (BANK™), Jason Danziger (thinkbuild), Erhard An-He Kinzelbach (KNOW­SPACE), Sven Sappelt (CLB Berlin), Martin Schmitt (Martin Schmitt Architektur).

Photos by Wolfgang Bellwinkel

Galerie Michael Haas
Galerie Haas Zürich

Catalogue design, invitation

Since the 70ties, Gerd Rohling has been equally devoted to object art and painting. A perfect example is the installation Wasser und Wein at the Venice Biennale in 2001 curated by Harald Szeemann or in the Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin (with a transformation of plastic waste into antique glass vessels). Gerd Rohling lives and works in Berlin. His works have been exhibited, mostly in connection with residences at various biennials or in museums around the world like in Italy, Africa, India, Brazil and in Germany. The catalogue shows works from the past 30 years and is published on the occasion of a double show at Gallery Haas Zurich and Berlin. Features a customized typeface.

MKM Museum Küppersmühle für Moderne Kunst Duisburg

Visual Identity, book design, posters, lettering

500 works on 1100 sqm – The first big retrospective of Martin Assig “Weil ich Mensch bin” in the absolutely stunning MKM Museum Küppersmühle, built by Herzog & de Meuron.

Besides the show’s identity and poster we did the catalogue “Weil ich Mensch bin.” It is published by Schirmer/Mosel and turned out to be an actual artist monograph, grouping works from the last 24 years to thematical clusters such as “Exercises in Wonder,” “Stock Pile. World” or “Aura Authors.” On 312 pages the bilingual, German/English hardcover book contains 236 paintings and drawings as well as essays by Wolfgang Ullrich and Kay Heymer and a conversation between the museum’s director Walter Smerling and the artist.

Museum photography (courtesy by MKM Duisburg) by: Simon Menges (outdoor), Daniel Sadrowski, Martin Assig (indoor)

Various clients

Logo design, visual identity

We’ve developed numerous visual identies and logos for a wide range of clients. Here’s a little selection.