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67 — Eike König is a citizen, lover, father, graphic designer, artist, teacher, founder and creative director of Berlin–based creative collective HORT, who has turned his hand to everything from branding to painting, sculpture, typography and printing.
66 — The busy French studio – run by Quentin Bodin, Luc de Fouquet and Lucas Meyer – brings together disciplines like posters, visual identities, books, website, scenography and signage. They are partnering regularly with photographers, writers, printers, web developers and makers.
65 — Based in Frankfurt, the duo’s images are modern, sexy, fun and colourful. Their pictures always look familiar. The portrayed like good friends. Probably also because a photo session with Lottermann and Fuentes is more like a meeting with old acquaintances.
64 — Joupin Ghamsari is an internationally acclaimed Photographer and Creative Director from London, collaborating with a range of subjects within music, sport, film & fashion.
63 — Studio Klarenbeek & Dros is developing and stimulating a new production chain, in order to achieve CO2-binding and biocompatible materials.
62 — Martha von Maydell is a Berlin-born freelance illustrator and full-time creative working with the medium of paper.
61 — New Tendency is a Berlin-based design studio that applies Modernist design principles onto contemporary objects of the everyday.
60 — Thomas Kurppa is co-founder and the Chief Creative Officer of Kurppa Hosk.
59 — Composer and sound designer David Kamp has explored the medium of sound from many angles. He has designed sound worlds for hundreds of animated films and used Instagram to develop interactive musical instruments controlled by facial expressions.
58 —In 2010 he opened his own design office based in Milan, leading to co-founding the DANTE – Goods And Bads in 2012 with his partner, German contemporary artist Aylin Langreuter.
57 — Founder & Creative Director at Hey. Verònica is a designer, illustrator, international speaker and creative director from Barcelona.
56 — Lindstroem started his professional career within the broad context of fashion photography and has developed his directorial and filmmaking work increasingly over the years, balancing editorial, commercial, and personal artistic projects.
55 — Moth Studio was founded to share their member’s love of storytelling, drawing, and filmmaking through animation. They set up shop in 2015 and have been crafting award-winning animations from their studio in London ever since.
54 — Anna Fahrmaier is a co-founder of the Austrian type and design agency Typejockeys. Professional type design, lettering and refreshing design with type – that’s the daily playground of the Vienna based creatives.
53 — Marc Tamschick is the founder and managing director of TAMSCHICK MEDIA+SPACE GmbH, an agency for multimedia scenography, immersive narrative spaces and installations using new technologies.
52 — Based in Barcelona and founded in 2004, Folch Studio creates concepts, brands and narratives reaching and engaging audiences on the new paradigm.
51 — Ian Anderson was born before England won the World Cup, in Croydon, London’s erstwhile orbital city of the future.
50 — Dennis Lück is the highest awarded creative in Switzerland, with the industry recently naming him Advertiser of the Year for 2017.
49 — Good typography is essential for a great user experience. Almost all app user interfaces rely heavily on text to guide their audience, so the shape of words and text deserves special attention from designers and developers.
48 — Studio Feixen is an independent Design Studio based in Lucerne, Switzerland that creates visual concepts. They focus specifically on nothing in particular. Whether it’s graphic design, interior design, fashion design, type design or animation.
47 — Sarah-Grace Mankarious is Art Director of Special Projects at CNN International, where she produces interactive online stories and award-winning videos.
46 — Designer, Architect, Founder of Studio Urquiola, Milan, Italy. Patricia Urquiola studied architecture and design at Madrid Polytechnic and Milan Polytechnic, graduating with Achille Castiglioni.
45 — Cotton, smoke, powder, frost, cotton candy, plants... these are the materials that Isabelle Chapuis reinterprets in her photographic work.
44 — Brousse & Ruddigkeit is a French-German design studio founded 2015 in Berlin. Lea Brousse and Raban Ruddigkeit work as conceptors, graphic designers, and illustrators.
43 — Uwe R. Brückner is the founder and creative director of Atelier Brückner (established in 1997, Stuttgart, Germany) that conceives and designs narrative architecture and spaces for brands, exhibitions, trade fairs, and museums.
42 — The World is changing, but some things will never change. Shelter, food, water, warmth, safety, rest and light. This fundamental continue to define people’s lives.
41 — Laura Straßer founded Studio Laura Straßer in 2009 as a studio for product design with focus on porcelain and ceramic designs. Since then she worked on numerous projects and products, which were continuously presented on international shows and fairs.
40 — A household name in modern and contemporary graphic design, Armando Milani (b. 1940, Milan, Italy) has studied with Albe Steiner at the Società Umanitaria in Milan. He collaborated with some of the most important Italian design studios...
39 — The Mingarro brothers, Juan (1978) and Alejandro (1981) were born in Huesca, and spent their childhood in Binéfar, drawing comics, building vehicles for their action figures and shooting movies with his domestic camcorder. In 2006, they founded Brosmind.
38 — In his studio Tim John – Atelier für Szenografie Tim John together with Martin Schmitz creates spaces and places of a special kind. Together with designers, graphic designers, illustrators and mechatronics engineers ideas come to life.
37 — A household name in Luxembourg graphic design and literature, Pe’l Schlechter is a pioneer whose work you’ve likely encountered before.
36 — Il se murmure dans le monde de la mode que si le peintre Salvador Dalì et la styliste Elsa Shiaparelli avaient eu un fils, ce serait lui, Jean-Paul Lespagnard, créateur atypique, enfant prodigue du surréalisme.
35 — Kiki van Eijk’s work is easily recognisable by her mild and playful designs. But don’t be mistaken by the first look of her work. Where it might look very soft and playful, it can be really hard and serious.
34 — Over the last fifteen years Mr Bingo has worked with hundreds of clients across a wide range of media; you might have seen his illustrations in TIME, Esquire, QI, The Mighty Boosh, The New York Times and on Channel 4. He is a regular in the New Yorker.
33 — Design Friends has invited the photographer, designer and architect Romain Urhausen (*1930) for a discussion on the subject of his design works from the 1960s and 1970s in the (inter)national context in which he was involved.
32 — Between complexity and poetry, Civic design and global citizenship.
31 — La fille d’O is the lingerie label of Belgian designer Murielle Scherre. She started designing lingerie, firstly for herself, because she refused to compromise between a perfect fit and aesthetics.
30 — Formed In 2001, Pleix was born out of a meeting between seven artists with different visions but with a desire to come together to mix complimentary approaches and draw on each other’s inspiration.
29 — With the Computer Enhanced Footwear (CEF) in the live art piece FOOTwerk Murray-Leslie suggests that the foot can be temporarily enhanced with technology to create a new type of High-Techne Fashion, a new tool to carry out complex creative tasks on stage.
28 — Philippe Apeloig is an influential French graphic designer. His typographic solutions are skillfully crafted and demonstrate great attention to detail. 20x20 cm, soft cover, 24 pages
27 — White Studio, led by Eduardo Aires, is a multidisciplinary design studio, based in Porto, that works in a wide range of areas, from print to web, from editorial to signage, from packaging to interior design.
26 — Sustainable lighting solutions for both interior and exterior applications.
25 — Don't work for assholes, don't work with assholes.
24 — Iconic design for consumer brands ranging from global leaders to feisty start-ups.
23 — Design is not just about styling, but about making things better.
22 — A content-driven approach based on the idea of design as a source for learning, understanding and joy.
21 — The perfect command of sensuality and refinement.
20 — The world of smells.
19 — Datatorial - Infographics in the editorial field.
18 — MIA is a beautiful car, ultracompact, silent, economical and with zero-emissions conceived to simplify urban driving.
17 — About simple and communicative works, that takes little note of the existing border between contemporary art and commercial projects.
16 — People should talk about food as an aspect of culture, as the most important good, as business, as a design product of daily life.
16 — The importance of design as a means of simplifying our lives in an inspirational way.
14 — Juggling with photography, typography and strong visual identites in order to create awesome works of stunning beauty.
13 — Insight into the process of producing sound designs, the audible identity of a project or a product.
12 — From furniture and tableware to industrial design and exhibition design.
11 — How to become a milliner
10 — ZIG ZAG
09 — The Renaissance of Space
08 — Poster Sound
07 — Travaux
06 — Color burst
05 — Depth of Field
04 — More luring than leading
03 — Love yourself
02 — Misbehavin'
01 — A picture is worth 1000...
50 Designers, 50 Encounters, 10 Years of Design Friends