The process of design is translating values into visual forms. I believe that a careful process will result in a contextually harmonious form that can profoundly inspire what we feel.
Design Factory InternationalGraduation2016Scope DesignInternship2016OK StudiosJunior Art Direction2016–2017
I am a graphic designer based in Hamburg, Germany. Every project here begins with vision and ends with care for every last detail. Feel free to contact me for any enquiries or any collaboration.
312 Upcoming project – stay tuned for updates
Michael BogumilWebdesign project for photographer Michael Bogumil
Name a DreamBook design for vietnamese author Mai Lâm
PhysioMherjanWebdesign project for a physiotherapist
Irrational Fabrics An exhibition and book project that enforces curiosity and doubts for the things we wear everyday
Fashion is much more than its surface. Clothes always had the virtue to express the zeitgeist.Irrational Fabrics shows several examples of impacts clothes have on society and life.
Bowl? An exploration about boundaries by creating an interactive website that shows the nebulousness of bounds based on the transformation of a bowl
Der Tod und das Mädchen Typographic staging of Ariel Dorfman's La muerte y la doncella
VoightA concept for informing about world events, especially focused on political affairs. I too often felt the lack of pre-information to understand actual events in its fullest sense. Voight is a digital service to give you exactly those pre-information or rather filling actual events with contextual visualised data. At first glance it looks like a familiar news application. While reading a report it is possible to swipe back in time in able to see what situation has led to the actual event.
the obvious Magazine project observing street culture
Filmraum Poster series for Hamburg film theatre filmraum
Hanmi Branding of a Korean restaurant – creating a liaison between asian and european culture
Google MusicRedesigning google play music: a two-day-experiment in defining how a music streaming service should look and feel
The OdysseyMagazine Project created at Tom Leifer's class at Design Factory