DIE NEUE ALTSTADT
The graphic concept of this publication, has been conceived in relation to the architectural and urban design principles of the Neue Altstadt. Typography and the editorial design reflect the structure of houses of different widths, narrow streets and small squares into the language of book design, as well as the juxtaposition of reconstructed houses and new buildings. In addition, the Neue Altstadt typeface developed for this purpose, cites the graphic language of Ernst May’s Journal: “Das Neue Frankfurt” from 1926 to 1931.
Proposal for a typographical system as brand identity in which geometric variations visualize the different markings of the brands.
Different designs of special stamps for the Federal Ministry of Finance 2018 – 2020. A commemorative stamp is a postage stamp, often issued on a significant date such as an anniversary, to honor or commemorate a place, event, person, or object. The subject of the commemorative stamp is usually spelled out in print, unlike definitive stamps which normally depict the subject along with the denomination and country name only.
+Seelinger Architekten+Ingenieure +Seelinger Architekten+Ingenieure is an international networked planning team for architecture, urban planning and design. Their portfolio of concepts and buildings constructed includes urban planning, residential buildings, educational and cultural buildings, office buildings, traffic, infrastructure and health buildings as well as logistics and production buildings.
also known as the Hotel Silber Place of Remembrance or Learning and Memorial Hotel Silber, is a permanent exhibition about the political persecution by the police from 1928 to 1984 in the Hotel Silber, as well as about the persecution and deportation of the Sinti and Roma and the persecution of homosexuals by the police during the Nazi era in the hospital courtyard. The exhibition Police, Gestapo and Persecution is located in the Hotel Silber in Stuttgart. Exhibition design with Studio Wandel Lorch
Willem de Rooij
In close collaboration with the artist we developed a series of exhibition catalogs for institutions in New York, Dijon and Frankfurt.
The composition of the cover and also the selection of the fonts follow a fixed continual rule and change from edition to edition.
Glass and Concrete
Despite their apparent differences, glass and concrete are connected by a long history. A Publication with the Artists Francis Alÿs, Peter Bialobrzeski, Oliver Boberg, Matti Braun, Andreas Bunte, Daniel Buren, Louisa Clement, Louis De Cordier, Alia Farid, Nina Fischer & Maroan el Sani, Thomas Florschuetz, Daniela Friebel, Vincent Ganivet, Jakub Geltner, Isa Genzken, Elín Hansdóttir, Mona Hatoum, Philipp Hennevogl, Stephan Huber, Thomas Huber, Aernoudt Jacobs, Jeffrey James, Isa Melsheimer, Jan Muche, Martin Mühlhoff & Christian Vossiek, Olaf Pernice, Túlio Pinto, Robin Rhode, Kilian Rüthemann, Kai Schiemenz, Wolfgang Schlegel, Adrien Tirtiaux, Tatiana Trouvé, Lena von Goedeke, Martin Walde (in cooperation with Bernd Weinmayer)
Thomas Demand con Caruso St. John architetti a Palazzo Pitti
The German artist Thomas Demand presented in Florence six photographic works instating a dialogue with that extraordinary context that is Palazzo Pitti, three works have been made especially for this context. The Publication references on the proportions of the graphical tools. Curated by Francesco Bonami and Photography by Nic Tenwiggenhorn.
Against the background of the unique shoe collection of the DLM, STEP BY STEP: Shoe Design in Transition unfolds an exhibition about shoes across all continents and through all times. The focus of the show is on the development and design of different types of shoes. Historical exhibits are deliberately combined with examples from the second half of the 20th or 21st century in order to accentuate and show both continuities and breaks in the development of the shoe and shoe design. Over 150 selected shoes or pairs of shoes illustrate the breadth of the collection and impressively trace the cultural history of footwear.
On the occasion of the Bauhaus anniversary, the organist and musicologist, Christoph Bossert, presented his views on the structure and mathematics of Bach’s compositions in a lecture given in the Erfurt Cathedral. Markus Weisbeck invited MXZEHN to collaborate on the procedural visualisations, that framed the lecture.
Artist Sunah Choi Sunah Choi is interested in processes of abstraction as applied to concrete moments in time, places, and phenomena.
Her sculptures, installations, and photographs probe the substance and formal structure of objects. By resolving observations into compositions and arrangements or condensing them in sculptures, she explores the aesthetic quality of selected aspects of nature and vernacular culture. Choi received Hannah-Höch-Förderpreis 2018, an award given out by the State of Berlin to a rising female artist in recognition of her growing oeuvre’s outstanding quality. This book, which contains three multipage inserts, presents a richly illustrated survey of Choi’s work of the past ten years, accompanied by a conversation between Sunah Choi, Thomas Bayrle Thomas Bayrle, and Markus Weisbeck. Markus Weisbeck With essays by Sabeth Buchmann and Andreas Schlaegel.
Tribute to Paul Renner / Flight 752
Both projects are invitations of Non-Profit Organisations. The tribute to the Typeface Futura, promotes a template used in manual drafting. It is a hypothetical proposal for a non-existing drawing-tool, which could be the basis for modernity. Flight 752 is a memorial for the Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752, which was shot down shortly after takeoff from Tehran Imam Khomeini International Airport. This poster is a initiative from a group of contemporary Graphic Designers.
The American artist Paul Chan has gained international acclaim for his video work, drawings and installations that blend a novel drafting aesthetic with philosophical reflections on politics, religion, sex and life. This beautifully produced monograph, published on the occasion of Chan’s highly anticipated one-person exhibition at New York’s recently unveiled New Museum of Contemporary Art, presents the first significant overview of his work. Spanning from the late 1990s through today, it is named for Chan’s most recent project, The 7 Lights (2005–07), a series of large-scale digital projections and drawings that “hallucinate” the Seven Days of Creation.
German Design Award 2010 (after Joost Schmidt)
HD video loop 6’50 min., expl. 1/3 (+ 1 a. p.), in collaboration with Oliver Hardt, Camera: Jörg Baumann
Courtesy Kai Middendorf Gallery Frankfurt/M.
Städelschule Architecture Class
Based on the abbreviation of the institutional name, Städelschule Architecure Class, the new brand focuses on the modified alphabetical character SAC. Following this abstraction again, the single letters form a graphical construction as image frames from Schmott photographers. These constructs are based on divisions as the principle of a specific area which is required for positioning the pragmatic information more playful.
Surface is a creative studio for corporate & cultural design. Besides working for notable brands, Surface is increasingly busy in the fields of contemporary and performing arts, architecture, music and exhibition. surfacemotion Surface’s conceptual approach of design and strategy derives solely from the content of the enquirer and develops accordingly. Numerous projects were developed for non-specific areas and published as author-design. Surface employs professional designers in Frankfurt and Berlin that have been trained in different fields of expertise. The management is lead by designer Markus Weisbeck Wikipedia AGI, who founded the studio in 1997 and is teaching as professor at the Bauhaus University Weimar. Visuelle Kommunikation Bauhaus Universität Weimar
Among its clients Surface counts nationally and internationally renowned companies and cultural institutions, such as the Serpentine Gallery, London, Zumtobel AG, Galerie Buchholz, Hugo Boss, Sternberg Press, Jewish Museum, Manifesta, Siemens Foundation, Documenta, Luma Arles, Federal Foreign Office, Federal Ministry of Finance, William Forsythe, Städelschule Frankfurt, Museum of Modern Art Frankfurt, Deutsche Bank as well as Klassik Stiftung Weimar and Fogo Island Art.
Whereishere? Laurence King Publishing, UK
Techno Style Edition Olms, Switzerland
Trade Scalo Publishers, Switzerland
Lürzers Archive Austria
Lürzers Archive Austria
Sampler, Laurence King Publishing, UK
Monographical Article IDEA Magazine, Japan
Lürzers Archive Austria
Legable Graphics, Japan
Helvetica Lars Müller Publishers, Switzerland
Graphic Design for the 21st Century Taschen, Germany
Typo-Graphics: The Art and Science of Type Design in Context Rotovision, USA
Dos Logos Gestalten Verlag, Germany
This Gun Is for Hire Gestalten Verlag, Germany
Sonic Gestalten Verlag, Germany
Monography Surface, Youth Press, China
Whitney Bienniale “Peace Tower” NYC, USA
032c Magazine Germany
Vorn Magazine Germany
The conditions of Graphic Design IDEA Magazine, Japan
The Layout Look Book I HarperCollins Publishers, USA
New Typographic Design Laurence King Publishing, UK
Kelvin – Colour Today, Gestalten Verlag, Germany
Serialize Gestalten Verlag, Germany
Design Evolution Rockport, USA
Coporate Identity und Corporate Design av Edition, Germany
New Visual Works: German Graphic Style LST, China
Area 2 Phaidon, UK
Dry Design, Pie Books, Japan
Los Logos 4 Gestalten Verlag, Germany
23rd International Biennial of Graphic Design, Tschechien
60 Jahre Grafik-Design der Bundesrepublik, FAZ, Germany
Studio Culture Unit Editions, UK
Goethe Institut, Designtrends Germany
The Layout Look Book II HarperCollins Publishers, USA
The Designers Graphic Stew Rockport Publishers, USA
Los Logos 5 Gestalten Verlag, Germany
Markus Weisbeck Surface, Lukas & Sternberg, Sternberg Press, Germany / USA
One by One, Hesign, Germany / China
Vorn, Gestalten, Germany
Space For Visual Research, Spector Books, Germany
This New World, about Muriel Cooper, Frieze 3/2014
360 Design, Sandupublishing, China
Markus Weisbeck in Teheran, Idea, Iran
Gwangju Design Biennale, Korea