Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Astro #1

"Astro"-poster series
No. 1 Rohlayout "Space Oddity 2011, Vol.1 - Bouncing Moon"

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Favourite punctuations finally released

I finally received my copy of the book "Type Image" by Barbara Brownie.
Most of the typographic works included are very interesting and I'd like to thank Mrs. Brownie for her efford of collecting the artwork. The only thing that bugs me is the layout of the book itself and the fact that there is a hair line on one of my punctuation layouts where there isn't supposed to be one. But I don't want to be unfair: Barbara Brownie really did a great job. I am very happy having the unexpected opportunity to be included in the book. I guess some of the publisher's designers unfortunately just doesn't seem to have a clue about typesetting. Pity.

Thursday, June 30, 2011

Logo & stationary for an event manager

Final logo on black background

Final logo on white background

Final stationary design

Alternative logo & stationary design

Branding for 360° Event Management

Stationary (front)

Stationary (back)

Business card (front)

Business card (back)


Sunday, June 5, 2011

"Lorem ipsum" series #1

What if a series didn't have a meaning at all? What if a poster isn't supposed to express anything? Is it possible NOT to communicate AND to design? The "Lorem ipsum"-series, named after the famous standard filler text (or "blindtext" how it is called in german), is an experiment which is condemned to failure. Though not only the text but also images are meant to be dummies, it makes sense in some way: Layout, typography, colours - all this is put together by our mind's tendency to find a meaning even if there isn't a meaning...

Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Mysteries of german language (pt. 3)

3rd part of the series "Mysteries of German Language": "Wasserhahn" - literally "waterrooster".