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  • Torrent No.2 includes a thought-provoking conversation with renowned curator and writer Robert Storr on ethics in the art world. Artist contributions explore the awe-inspiring relationship between the sky and city space in Hong Kong (Muhanned Cader), materials about hyper-specialists on eBay (Florian Germann) and text experiments and visuals related to pseudo writings and Chinese calligraphy (Enoch Cheung). it also includes a visual essay about photographic materiality (Roland Lüthi) and a take on the transcultural dynamics in contemporary art (Manual Cirauqui).

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  • Silver Silence / Golden Speech contains transcripts of conversations realized by five groupings of artists from Hong Hong involved in the exhibition and research project I Think It Rains (exh. Burger Collection, curated by Daniel Kurjakovic, Hong Kong 2013). The conversations deal, amongst other, with the autonomy of artistic practice, ethics and morality in the visual arts field, and with cultural policy. Typeface: GZA Seminegra, Italic

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  • Poster for the Launch of Torrent Magazine in Paris at Yvon Lambert Gallery.

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  • Corporate Book for Wäscherei Mariano AG. Photography by Philip Gaisser. Art Direction & Design: Philipp Herrmann. Offset print. Japanese binding. Hardcover with linen and two color embossing on back and spine. Additionally the cover is adorned with a b / w title label sunk into it. 64 / 128 pages. 2013

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  • The art bulletin Torrent is unique in its approach, featuring previously unpublished material from artists ongoing research archives, unveiling various forms of source materials. Torrent is interested in the ways that artists formalize observations, and materialize their intuitions, essentially, unfolding the diverse processes prior to the final making of an artwork.

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  • The identity for Jequestrian, a horse supplier from switzerland, is based on three elements: the lettering, the mascot and the graphic illustration which will continously be refreshed. All elements may be combined freely according to their appliance.

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  • KURZ FILM TAGE, DIN A2, OFFSET, COLLABORATION with RETO WINKELMANN. Poster series for the short film festival in Winterthur, Switzerland. Featuring individually designed typefaces focusing on four special programs. 2010

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  • KURZ FILM TAGE, DIN A2, DIN A5, OFFSET, COLLABORATION with RETO WINKELMANN. A Flyer series for the short film festival in Winterthur, Switzerland. Featuring individually designed typefaces focusing on four special programs. 2010

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  • Explorations awarded with DAM Architecture Book Prize 2009: «A book about architectural education with a high didactic value. Despite its theoretical and abstract contents, the book's design has an exemplary character, and convinces with a sophisticated aesthetic. By means of layout and typography, the design distinguishes different levels of discussion throughout the publication, creating differentiated approaches and ways of reading.»

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  • CONFLICTING TALES, 216×288, OFFSET, 2009
    As its first catalog in a cohesive four-part project, the Burger Collection publishes Conflicting Tales: Subjectivity. It is comprised of full color illustrations of all works included in the exhibition, of in-depth essays related to the issue of subjectivity by writers, theoreticians and philosophers. The publication also features specially conducted conversations on the relationship of art and discourse with an international network of up and coming art historians and philosophers.

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  • DIPLOM 2006, 320×230, 2-COLOR-OFFSET, 2006 Diploma catalogue of the graphic design graduation class at the School for Applied Arts in Zurich. Each project is presented on four pages. First page shows the students in their specific working environment surrounded by material of research. A double-page spread presents visual parts of their work. The 4th page provides information about concept, visualisation, costs and persons involved. Self-published. Cover Design by David Schatz.

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  • Communication for a symposium held by the plattform Kulturpublizistik. Kulturpublizistik networks within the field of culture and media, bringing together their protagonists. Hosted by Zurich University of the Arts. 2011

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  • Quick is a set of two fluid handwriting typefaces: Quick Marker which is based on left hand wrtiting using a Molotow 455 TF whereas the tool creates fixed stroke widths. And Quick Brush which imitates the characteristics of a brush with its variable stroke widths. The DNA of both cuts is influenced by sign painting and pixação. 

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  • MASTER OF ARTS IN DESIGN 2010, 180×240, 2-COLOR-OFFSET, COLLABORATION with HANNES GLOOR Diploma catalogue of the Master of Arts in Design classes at the School for Applied Arts in Zurich.

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  • Erwin Poell, a designer from Heidelberg, Germany designed Poell Outline, Black and Shaded in 1972 based on a strict grid system. Crack is a modern interpretation in the year 2011. The overlapping of elements is applied in a more consistent manner and thereby taken to the extremes. The design itself is modernized by making the letters more roundish. For a clearer display in small point sizes, the rounded counters are slightly expanded. Humor finds its way in type design. Available at fontseek.info

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  • Type Specimen Poster. Bookprinted in a limited edition of 150 copies at babyinktwice. (62 x 88 cm) Available for CHF 60.— including postage and packacking (unfolded in cardboard roll). Please order by mail.

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  • GAST SPIEL, 165×220, OFFSET, COLLABORATION WITH DAVID SCHATZ, 2008 Catalogue of the exhibition in the former Asbach factory in Rüdesheim, Germany. The response of 14 artists on the historical affected and touristic Rhine Valley. Part A: Images. Part B: Background information. Strict order of Red and Green.

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  • AUS ERSTER HAND, 455×640,  BOOKPRINT, COLLABORATION with KURT ECKERT, 2006 A Poster series for guest lectures at the School for Applied Arts in Zurich. Acteurs and protagonists which are connected to the field of communication design were given the floor. Guest lectures by: François Rappo, Jürg & Urs Lehni, Aude Lehmann, Ruedi Rüegg, Julia Born, Martin Heller and Jean Etienne Aebi.

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  • LEFTOVER, DIN A5, LASER + RUBBER STAMP, 2009 Flyer Series promoting a group exhibition curated by students at whitespace, zurich.

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  • KUNST STAFETTE, OFFSET + LASER, COLLABORATION WITH LUDOVIC VARONE, 2006 From 2006 to 2007 a series of events like exhibitions, and curatorial experiments took place in a former city office of Zurich. The first invited artists contributed to the initial event and were asked to invite the next duo or trio of participants. Seven projects were thus realized. Host was “value”, a label that reunites Christoph Lang and Stephan Meylan on artistic and curatorial projects.

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  • DIPLOM 2006, 2-COLOR-OFFSET, COLLABORATION with GAETAN VARONE, 2006 Photography portraits of the graphic design graduates at university of applied arts, zurich. Printed in two-color offset.

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  • TYPE SPECIMEN, DIN A2, SERIGRAPHY, 2007 Analysis of typefaces based on the Font-Library of Optimo. Typometrical exploration regarding the possibilities to organize and classify fonts in a more profound, rather than a purely art-history, way. Two exact values taken from the specific afm-files are set in relation. This results in a list which provides an exact assessment. Six different criteria were analysed each presented on one tableaux.

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  • PIEK FAMILY, 2006 The development of the Piek Family resulted from the demand for a modern slabserif text-typeface. The shape of the serifs are inspired by the spades icon commonly found on playing cards. The tyepface is available in three distinct weights and their italics. Available at www.optimo.ch

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  • WE’LL KNOW WHERE WHEN WE GET THERE, 585×780, SILKSCREEN, 2009 Poster for an exhibition by Lee Ranaldo & Leah Singer at cneai. Curated by Daniel Kurjakovic.

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