Feb 2007
Wiserner & Partner — business cards
Currently, I’m working on the corporate design for Wiserner & Partner Real Estate, Berlin. Starting up, here is the business card with the logo — a fresh spring green combined with the sophisticated font FF Meta by Berlin typographer Erik Spiekermann. Stationary and web site are in progress.
Preparing for final exam
The students of this year’s graduating class for media design at L4 will have their final exams this spring. Starting today until May, I help them preparing for the tests in design, technology and media production.
David Lloyd book-signing
David Lloyd — co-creator of V for Vendetta gave a book-signing in Berlin. He was so kind to sketch in my copy of V for Vendetta.
PAULA in concert
I know the band PAULA for more than 7 years now (since I designed their website), and I can’t remember how often I saw them playing. It was always fun but tonight was very special at the Magnet. For the first time I saw Elke Brauweiler and Arne Gosh play all the songs by themselves which sounded very cool and for the first time ever Elke’s twin sister Anke joined them on stage singing the background vocals on “Schlaflied”. What a great Valentine’s Day concert!
interface!berlin at Reichstag
Today we had an exclusive guided tour through the Reichstag and we could see the works of art on the different stories of the building. I came up with the idea a couple of months ago when I had the chance to visit the Jakob-Kaiser-Haus which is connected to the Reichstag on the underground. But it was Simone who organized the tour and the invitations to our members of interface!berlin and she made it all happen.
Anina in Berlin
Anina spent some time in Berlin and we checked out the local fashion stores for her upcoming project. Make sure you read her blog, because she’s always coming up with reports from fashion shows around the world, new ideas and cool new features.
transmediale.07 — Designing your Second Life
There was a interesting panel discussion at the transmediale.07 about Designing your Second Life. I think Joachim Stein explained some very interesting aspects about certain copyright issues in Second Life.
Shooting for fatboy
Mike — a good friend of mine — needed me for a shooting for his final diploma in graphics design. He’s working on a campaign for fatboy — a dutch manufacturer for sacks filled with little balls on which you can sit or just relax. And that’s what Mike actually wanted me to do in front of the camera.