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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  • The art bulletin Torrent is unique in its approach, featuring previously unpublished material from artists ongoing research archives, unveiling various forms of source materials.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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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.