After running my publication design course twice at RMIT Vietnam, I decided to initiate a publication about publication design, more specifically a showcase of student work from 2017 and 2018 to proof that „Print is not dead“. The book will be published in March 2019.
Print is not dead – in this project students had the chance to explore publication design as a medium that provides diverse design possibilities, that satisfies human needs and nourishes our senses. A medium that can provide an immersive experience, like no other technology.
Starting with exploring basic letterforms, their relationships, space and positioning, readability, construction and deconstruction – this was the base of the typography class I ran at RMIT Vietnam.
The International German School Ho Chi Minh City (IGS) is an inter-cultural place of learning and is open to children of all nationalities – this is the new positioning with which the IGS now presents itself on the market.
Running for a good cause! The German Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City annually organises a „Vietnamese German Charity Run“ to raise money for a pre-defined project. This year the event got a professional appearance: logo, flyer and stand ensure recognition in 2016.
„Wer zu uns kommt, malt zuerst!“ – The Kunst.Schule.Rostock addresses people of all ages and has set itself the task of promoting creativity, imagination and artistic expression.
Imitation desired! The students’ results of the seminar „Experimental Typography“ were published in a book. // Project: Book „trytype – experiments in typography“, publication on the topic of alternative typography aesthetics // Authors: Professor Guido Ludes, Steffi W. Neukirchen // Task: concept, design, creative direction, head of the student… Read more