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news | Raban Ruddigkeit publishes »Rapport« and exhibits »Ramix«. Rapport presents Raban Ruddigkeit from 1988 – 2013 with a foreword by Lars Harmsen and additional writing and interviews

Freistil editor and blogger Raban Ruddigkeit also works as a graphic designer on the side. A book about his work is out now and an exhibition has opened at Supermarkt Berlin, which sees other designers remix his designs. In 1988 Raban Ruddigkeit designed »Messitsch« the first and last Eastern Germany fanzine. Afterwards he worked as a graphic designer for magazines, publishers and cultural institutions for ten years. After an additional ten years working as an art director in adv …

29.08.2013 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | blackbird, thrush, finch and stars - exhibition by illustrator Hendrik Jonas and open evening for prospective students at AID

He has a soft spot for quadrupeds, bipeds with wings and celebrities. And they are all heavily featured in his exhibition ‘blackbird, thrush, finch and stars’, which opens at AID Berlin on November 3rd 2012. The Berlin-based graphic designer and illustrator Hendrik Jonas has depicted small and big ‘animals’ for countless books, newspapers and magazines primarily in German and English-speaking countries. ‘Featured Artist’ is the appropriately named series …

19.10.2012 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | Info graphics, Visual Storytelling – stories full of life and data mining. Illustration trends, introduced by the Academy for Illustration and Design, Berlin.

AID Berlin is commencing its usual business in October. They are now accepting applications for the ‘Design Foundation Year’ and ‘Illustration Design Course’. The ‘New Illustration’ exhibition is now open for your viewing pleasure in the space. On the 7th of July 2012, the info graphics experts of Berlin-based agency Golden Section Graphics exclusively launched the fourth issue of their magazine IN GRAPHICS Vol. 4. Jan Schwochow CEO of Golden Section G …

11.07.2012 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | GoSee Recommendation : Whatever in Black. Whatever number four. Now in black. Black – the colour that isn’t

“Do you think a colourful plate of Leipzig pot-pourri can compete with a record collection that was melted together during a house fire – both visually and olfactory? Surely not”, claim the illustrators Rocket & Wink. The two wanted to discover the true meaning of the colour black: For three weeks, they drained almost all coloured pigments from their life with the NoColor-App. Then, they threw their mattresses out of the window and painted the windows black. The nei …

17.04.2012 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | Ashes to ashes. Dust to dust. The WWF's 'stop desertification' print campaign on GoSee

The WWF gained a well-known reputation for its campaigns, always raising awareness of the unbelievable mass of shocking scenarios that should matter to each and every one of us. Most recently, the WWF campaign by Contrapunto BBDO Madrid covers the emergence of deserts / desertification, the inevitable progress which makes approx. 6,000 species extinct per year. The EUROBEST festival was also impressed with the campaign and awarded it the Gold prize in Lisbon. The process is particularly …

01.12.2011 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | Galerie Walter Keller presents François Berthoud - a gallery insight on GoSee

Following the success of his very first museum exhibition at the Museum für Gestaltung in Zurich (as reported by GoSee), the Walter Keller Gallery now presents the first François Berthoud gallery exhibition in Zurich, where he lives and works. GoSee presents a quick glimpse of the gallery and show. Francois Berthoud Galerie Walter Keller Oberdorfstr. 2 8001 Zurich Switzerland Thursday & Friday 12 am - 6 pm Saturday 12 am - 5 pm By appointment: Thursday and …

16.11.2011 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | Iceland and Architecture? at DAM the German Architecture Museum. From the history of Icelandic architecture to the urban planning sins of the boom.

What kind of architecture would you find in a country that is not home to such traditional building materials as wood or brick, but where houses are built with grass and clay? To which heights does concrete construction spiral up to in Iceland? How does the fast financial emergence of Iceland reflect in the architecture – likewise its equally sudden demise? These and other questions are addressed by an exhibition at the Deutschen Architekturmuseum DAM in Frankfurt. Jovis Verlag publi …

10.10.2011 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | Illustration Now! Vol. 4 - illustration today, printed by Taschen, sneak preview on GoSee

Illustration Now! Presents works by exciting illustrators from all over the world in the fourth issue of the series: from established masters to novices of the craft, all of which work with a wide range of techniques. Volume 4 of Illustration Now! features 150 illustrations from 30 countries, as well as lots of information about their career and a list of selected exhibitions. Furthermore, the volume includes two introductory essays by the specialists Steven Heller and Bruno Poro on current …

02.10.2011 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | Husmann Tschaeni take us behind the light - Poultry Poetry exhibition at Berlin's Direktorenhaus

Since the first of September, the Berlin Direktorhaus has been showing the 'Husmann Tschäni — Poultry Poetry' exhibition. The motifs of the artist couple from the Aargau are created back-to-front in layers on the back of acrylic glass, with various materials such as enamel, oil, watercolour, chalk, glitter and spray . . . The duo was awarded last year's Swatch Young Illustrators Award 2010. Currently, the works of Mira Tschäni and Michael Husmann Tschäni are on display at …

02.10.2011 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
news | Hokusai - Retrospektive - master Katsushika Hokusai on display for 10 weeks at Berlin's Martin-Gropius-Bau

Katsushika Hokusai (1760-1849) is still generally considered one of the most important artists in Japan today. His arguably most famous picture is the woodcut 'The great wave at Kanagawa' from the series '36 views if Mt. Fuji' (1823-29). For the first time in Germany, the Martin-Gropius-Bau is dedicating an exhausting retrospective to the artist, featuring over 440 on-loan art works from all of his creative periods. Many of which had never ever left Japan before and they are to be shown in B …

24.08.2011 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article