kulturspace and Show Us Your Type are delighted to bring you a special installment of a global typography initiative that explores cities through creative typography. This exhibition showcases Berlin's artworks of established and emerging graphic designers from all over the world.
SUYT X BER (2016) by Jorge KurikiThe kulturspace Foundation
Graphic designer from Brazil addicted to illustration, music and food.
SUYT X BER (2016) by Matt PamerThe kulturspace Foundation
Art-director, designer, and illustrator based in Portland, Oregon.
SUYT X BER (2016) by Judith DrewsThe kulturspace Foundation
An illustrator and designer based in Berlin. She has a wide variety of clients in the illustration industry, and her books can be found in over 17 countries.
SUYT X BER (2016) by Khaled HaiderThe kulturspace Foundation
SUYT X BER (2016) by Filipa RibeiroThe kulturspace Foundation
SUYT X BER (2016) by Mario De MeyerThe kulturspace Foundation
Mario de Meyer
A freelance graphic designer based in Ghent/Belgium with a strong focus on typography.
kulturspace presents: Show Us Your Type Berlin '16 (Opening Party)The kulturspace Foundation
We developed a new sustainable business concept. Teaming up with Show Us Your Type, we produced 2 large scale exhibition installments that were visited by over 2.500 guests reaching over 283k people through social media.
SUYT X BER (2016) by Héctor SazThe kulturspace Foundation
SUYT X BER (2016) by Julia HanftThe kulturspace Foundation
Lives in Berlin and works as a type designer and as a freelance art director for cultural and commercial clients. Her heart beats for good design and beautiful fonts.
SUYT X BER (2016) by Amaia ZelaiaundiThe kulturspace Foundation
Highly creative and enthusiastic, she likes to learn from the audience and the environment. She believes in sustainable and social design and enjoys to explore its application into branding, packaging and editorial.
SUYT X BER (2016) by Nina Sans & Rafa GoicoecheaThe kulturspace Foundation
Nina Sans & Rafa Goicoechea
Both graphic designers from Barcelona, that initially decided to challenge themselves to create something new everyday, as a way to experiment with new things, creating personal daily design challenges around typography and graphic design.
SUYT X BER (2016) by Kathrin SchieblerThe kulturspace Foundation
SUYT X BER (2016) by Otto BaumThe kulturspace Foundation
Otto Baum // Klub7
A collective of fine artists, based in Berlin and Halle. Klub7 works graphically, pictorial, abstract and figurative simultaneously at the interface of fine and applied arts.
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