1. Uner – Phamovi 
    Record sleeve

    The title is a combination of the first syllables of each track name that is contained on this record. We therefore also built the letters of this fragmentary title from graphic fragments which is clearly visible.

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  2. Drykorn – Autumn Winter 2013
    Image book & campaign

    A self written software placed selected images randomly on the cover and the background rectangle on the back of the book is generated with varying size, position and color. The color of the textile tape covering the spine of the book also varies. So each cover becomes a unique copy.

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  3. Julien Bracht – Aime Light
    12” record sleeve

    The dark cool sound of this record inspired a type design and a simple pattern. The anthracite background is printed with a metallic pigment giving the surface a slightly gleaming look.

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  4. Adam Port – Black Noise
    12” record sleeve

    How much noise is needed to render impossible recognizing a specific signal.

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  5. Sam PaganiniBody To Body
    12” record sleeve

    On a photograph we marked several points on to human bodies. The colors of these locations of the photo were then cross faded along connecting lines. At the end we removed the photograph and an abstract form remained.

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  6. Mar ReeveWith Us
    Record sleeve

    A formal playing around with overlaps and colors, making the title and background merge into a single layer.

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  7. Dots & Pearls 2
    Record sleeve

    The second release of this series is based on the same basic point-grid as the first record. This time the dots were made visible or invisible by a random generator.

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  8. Daniel Stefanik – Confidence
    Record sleeve & CD digipak

    A square of facets filled with different geometric patterns. The title is placed in the upper right facette. Patterns and text are printed in black. The graphics including title text were also printed as highgloss varnish rotated clockwise by 90 degrees.

    Unfortunately the record sleeves had to be produced twice, because the screen printer thought, the file for the glossy varnish was wrong. He rotated it back to make it fit!

    The album was also released on CD and so the design had to be transferred to the digipak format. We didn’t just scale the graphic down, but built the square with less facets. On the other hand five panels plus the CD had to be filled instead of just two. The varnish layer was rotated differently on each panel.

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  9. Gregor Tresher – About A Good Place
    Record sleeve

    Three axes define a position or place. The graphical axes push into the foreground in front of the text.

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  10. Chris Tietjen – 341
    12” record sleeve

    All graphics on this record sleeve are diagrams displaying the relation between the three numbers 3, 4 and 1.

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  11. Drykorn – Spring Summer 2012
    Image book & campaign

    The cover of this book was coated with paper and cellophane and additionally embossed with an ornament. All content pages are completely coated with high gloss varnish and some double page spreads were printed with a spot color matching the cover. The book was sent out in a white branded plastic envelope.

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  12. Lisa Marei Klein – Der Hahn ist tot / Ein Sommer ohne Schulbücher
    Double Catalogue

    Two works of art by sculptor Lisa Marei Klein are documented together in one book. Two works, no order, two covers, no backside.

    Material and texture are important aspects of the artist’s works. The title is stamped with transparent hot foil into the rough material of the cover and the content pages are completely coated with high gloss cellophane.

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  13. DrykornSpring Summer 2013
    Image book & campaign

    We developed an unconventional photography concept in cooperation with photographer Daniel Woeller, that tries to illustrate the zeitgeist by playing with social-media-photo-blog aesthetics.

    We used a state of the art digital printing system to produce thousands of different covers. Also the varying high gloss or matt cellophane on the cover and the differently colored textile tape on the spine made every single image book unique.

    Each photo is shot and posted in a different way. Only the consistent plot and its protagonists contrast with the patchwork of a social network.

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  14. Bees VillageHerbs and Village Blues
    Hand made digipak

    Sustainability and handcraft are very important for the band. So with our design we took an alternative approach, producing plain CD digipaks made from environmental friendly recycling material.

    All text and image content were produced as rubber stamps most of which are reusable. The band handcrafted the albums making every single one unique.

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  15. The Water Safety
    Corporate design, CD digipak & logotype

    For a young band we developed a dynamic logotype. In combination with an isometric grid it’s the basis for all the band’s future artwork.

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