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14.10.2022

Sorry Press at ArtVerona together with Italian artist Elisa Giardina Papa. You can purchase the book Leaking Subjects and Bounding Boxes: On Training AI at here.

Spectra

Spectra Poets Issue 01

Spectra

Spectra Poets 01, San Francisco, 2021


San Francisco based SPECTRA POETS is a print publication and online collective of perspectives stretching language into and beyond a catalog of edges. SPECTRA began as an idea mid-pandemic when founder Erica Avey heard about a community of people called Spellers, who cannot speak. Most of them have autism and use written word to express what they cannot say. The idea was to create a magazine for them to be read alongside other poets, both prominent and unknown, without publishing anyone solely based on their identity or ability. SPECTRA publishes poetry that connects, poetry that can be felt, poetry that unveils truths about earthly existence, and poetry as art.

🏆 Spectra was awarded as one of the 25 Most Beautiful German Books 2022

Formagenda

Identity, Website

Formagenda

Identity, Website, 2021


THE NEW ENLIGHTENMENT.
CI, stationery and image-newspaper for lighting manufactory Formagenda. Having built a reputation since 2006, their timeless and elegant products are processed on the highest level and hand-finished to perfection.
In close collaboration with the client, we created a bold graphic language for print and digital tools. Bright yellow geometrical shapes underline the theme in a strict way. These plus crop marks as graphic elements define grids and highlight spots. Lots of white space adds to the idea of light being the central element to a white cube. Reduced and pure imagery merges with the bold logotype and lets it appear in different shades. The Website is coded by Jens Buss.

The general look is mainly white with black typography to have a modern, slick and reduced overall impression. Like a white cube with the products as exhibits. Yellow as the highlight color stands for light. The yellow shapes and areas are there to symbolize light beams and cones from different lamps of the product palette.

Depending on the use and production/material, either crops marks or yellow shapes define information areas. Yellow areas are pre-printed, additional info can be printed upon.

The idea behind them as graphic elements is to have a white space that is highlighted with „light cones“ representing significant information. 

Maxim Belousov Studio

We wanted to give the identity a feeling of Swiss precision to underline the perfection of the lightning manufactory. They hand-finish their products in this really special and beautiful backyard studio.

WHY NOT? x Sucuk & Bratwurst

Cap Release

WHY NOT? x Sucuk & Bratwurst

Cap Release, Berlin, 2020


For the drop of the second edition of our WHY NOT? cap we teamed up with Sucuk & Bratwurst and hosted an event launch during the Gallery Weekend at BAM Berlin.


Photography by Offenblende

Inflated Cap, 5 × 7 m

Entrance Installation view

Marc O’Polo

Rebranding

Marc O’Polo

Rebranding, 2021


Fashion Brand Marc O’Polo was founded in 1967 in Stockholm and is known for using natural and sustainable materials.
To start a new and contemporary brand strategy, we were commissioned to redesign its brand identity—logo, icon, typography, layout system and colors as well as the overall product branding and packaging. The main goal was to simplify and unify the design language and create a recognizable and clear graphic system. Striking and easy-to-use, it marks all inside and outside labelings, packagings, print and online uses in a contemporary and coherent look.
We have softly redesigned the logo. The serif font was tightened and slickened, and a gothic subline points out the brand’s origin and design approach. The reduced icon encloses the letters MO’P in a clean square. Teaming up with Office for Typography, we have developed two customized corporate fonts—based on the heritage but with a contemporary finish. The color scheme is mainly grey and white with splashes in green, blue, orange and purple to define different lines and actions. For the CI videos we collaborated with bus.group and sound designer ateq.

Campaign shot by Jonas Lindstroem

MO'P Gothic and MO'P Serif were exclusively designed and mastered with Office for Typography.

Sorry Press

New Aesthetic Series

Sorry Press

New Aesthetic Series


New Aesthetic is a collection of independent type design, edited by Leonhard Laupichler and Sophia Brinkgerd and published by Sorry Press. The book approaches type design as an opportunity to create art: looking at type design with a benevolence to experiments and processes, and finding potential in the unusual, that might point into a new future of practicing visual communication.
Being the art directors behind Sorry Press, we created a bold and significant look using a bright green color throughout the book. The layout is subtle yet strong and lets the artworks stand out. Easy to overview and based on listed alphabets, this book can be used as both an inspiration book and a work tool.

New Aesthetic 3, 2021
Contributors: Adam Asztalos, Alessio Borando, Alex Ortiga, Alex Slobzheninov, Amir Mesbahi, Andree Paat, Anna Khorash, Anne-Dauphine Borione, Artem Kakourov, Awista Montagne, Benoît Bodhuin, Benoit Brun, BOAFFF, Bouk Ra, Bruno Jacoby, Calvin Kudufia, Carlos Gonçalves, Carmen Nácher, César Rogers, Charlotte Rohde, Chiachi Chao, Clara Sambot, Cyril Kimmerlin, Dae Huen Lee, Daniel Angermann, Daniel Brokstad, Daniel Gremme, David Gobber, David Jonathan Ross, Elias Hanzer, Emilie Vizcano, Fabian Maier-Bode, Felix Sandvoss, Florian Budke, FlorianeRousselot, Giovanni Nardone, Golgotha, Gregory Page, Guillaume Sbalchiero, Guillermo García Díaz, Han Gao, Hannes Brischke, Harry Bennett, Hoang Nguyen, Hyunjun Jang, Inès Davodeau, Ishar Hawkins, Ivan Tsanko, Jack Niblett, Jaejin Ee, Janik Sandbothe, Jannis Zell, Javier Unknos, Jérémy Landes, Jonas Grünwald, Jule Hägele, Kasper Pyndt, Laura Csocsán, Leonhard Laupichler, Lewis McGuffie, Lucas Liccini, Lynn Cariou, Marguerite Leroux, Maria Doreuli, Marie-Mam Sai Bellier, Marinus Klinksik, Martin Violette, Masahiro Naruse, Massimiliano Audretsch, Michelangelo Nigra, Mike Dziambor, Morgane Vantorre, Moritz Appich, Muhittin Güneş, Nathan Laurent, Nicolas Bernklau, Nicolò Oriani, Odin Lowsley, Olga Umpeleva, Pau Geis, Philipp Herrmann, Raoul Gottschling, Raphaël de La Morinerie, Remi Volclair, Robert Gutmann, Robin Pitchon, Samira Schneuwly, Sangah Shin, Santiago Da Silva, Sascha Bente, Simon Bretz, Sophia Brinkgerd, Stefan Mader, Sun Young Oh,Valerio Monopoli, Viktor Zumegen, Vince Hegedus, Vincenzo Marchese Ragona, Wanwai Shum, Wenrui Zhao, Zin Nagao

New Aesthetic 2, 2020
Contributors: 3,Quatorze, Alex Ortiga, Alexander Raffl, Alexandre Bassi, Alff Rosine, Antoine Brun, Antonio D’Elisiis, Ariel Martín Pérez, Arthur Schwarz, Awista Montagne, Baptiste Bernazeau, Bayonet Services, Bedow Design, Bouk RA, Brando Corradini, Carolina Festa, Charlotte Rohde, Christos Georgatos, Ciarán Brandin, Colin Doerffler, Daan Rietbergen, Daniel Hermes, Daniel Stuhlpfarrer, Daniel Wenzel, Davide Melotti, Dr. Martin Lorenz, Eleonora Šljanda, Elias Hanzer, Emilie Vizcano, Emma Marichal, Eric Lish, Fabian Franz, Fabian Maier-Bode, Fabio Furlani, Fatih Hardal, Felix Sandvoß, Floriane Rousselot, Frédéric Jaman, Gianluca Ciancaglini, Giuseppe Tangaro, Gregory Page, Han Gao, Hugo Jourdan, Ishar Hawkins, István Fazekas, Jack Halten Fahnestock, Jacob Jan Wise, Jake Dalton, János Hunor Vári, Javier Unknos, Jimmy Auger, Jules Durand, Kazuhiro Aihara, Killian Maguet, Laura Csocsán, Leah Maldonado, Lena Karoline Weber, Lennart Van den Bossche, Leonhard Laupichler, Lorenza Liguori, Lucas Hesse, Lukas Haider, Mads-Emil Luplau, Malte Schwenker, Mārcis Lapiņš, Margot Lévêque, Mason Peterson, Massimiliano Audretsch, Mateo Broillet, Mathias Robert, Matteo Bettini, Mickaël Emile, Morgane VanTorre, Nadine Wetzel, Nicolas Terzian, Panama Papers Office, Paola Bombelli, Paul Bergès, Paul Schmidt, Pauline Le Pape, Pauline Sesniac, Péter Polacsek, Peter Roeleveld, Raphaël De La Morinerie, Rémi Volclair, Robert Gutmann, Robert Radziejewski, Robin Guillemin, Samuel Glen Hughes, Sascha Bente, Scott Vander Zee, Sophia Brinkgerd, Sophia Krasomil, Stefan Mader, Stefanie Vogl, TwoPoints.Net, Victor Gérard, Victor Pesotsky, Viktor Zumegen, Virgile Flores, Vivien Hoffmann, Vrints Kolsteren, Zoé Abravanel

Johanna Perret

Website

Johanna Perret

Website, 2019


Johanna Perret is a French-German fashion designer and design consultant based in Berlin with a decade of experience in the fashion industry. In 2009, she founded the internationally acclaimed and award winning fashion label PERRET SCHAAD together with Tutia Schaad.
When we were asked to design Johanna Perret’s website, we thought of a picture-heavy way to show her portfolio. Being able to switch between image and text via a minimized preview screenshot allows a strict division between her professional information and visual work. The website is coded by Philipp Polder.

Sorry Press × Diez Office

Mini Market Office Shop

Sorry Press × Diez Office

Shop Identity and Product Graphics, 2021


Sorry Press Mini Market Diez Office Shop was a temporary Concept Store in December 2021 at 4th Wall Preysing Palais. Publishing house Sorry Press teamed up with product designer Stefan Diez to showcase and offer special editioned products together with other creative collaborators such as E15, Faber-Castell, Franz von Stauffenberg, Gmund Paper, Index, Martin Fengel, Midgard, Public Possession, Benjamin Röder, San Cosme, Schönwald, SD for 2016/ ARITA, Sobedo, True Brew and We.Re.
We designed the overall shop identity which points out the split-but-togetherness of the collaboration as well as all Sorry Press products.
The shopping display was designed by CPWH and the pictures are taken by Julian Demharter and Sophie von Hartmann.

Edition Detail

Building Series

Edition Detail

Building Series


Edition Detail, the leading international publisher specializing in architecture and structural design, commissioned us to design the third copy of a series of buildings: At Home / Zu Hause.
The book presents 26 houses that seek a balance between individual dreams and ecologically sensible architecture. The comprehensive documentation shows specific solutions that skilfully embed each house in its environment while using regional resources and reinterpreting building traditions.
This book series is held together by a flexible hardcover that allows it to be easily handled as a work tool. A pattern made of a representing construction drawing together with a bright neon color is adaptable for the upcoming copies. A clean yet catchy layout leaves room for the photos, plans and construction drawings. Font Favorit by Dinamo.

Sports Facilities (Leisure and Movement in Urban Space), 2019
School Buildings (Spaces for Learning and the Community), 2020
At Home (Architecture for Rural Living), 2021
At Home (Architecture for Urban Living), 2022

Weingut Prinz Salm

Riesling Lagencuvée with Stefan Marx

Weingut Prinz Salm

Riesling Lagencuvée with Stefan Marx, 2021


Lagencuvée – Artist‘s Edition with Stefan Marx is a Riesling by Weingut Prinz Salmthat combines 4 single vineyards (Große Lagen), represented by 4 printed spot colors.

Sorry Press

2038—The New Serenity, La Biennale di Venezia

Sorry Press

2038—The New Serenity, 2021


La Biennale di Venezia, 17th International Architecture Exhibition, German Pavilion:
The exhibition „2038—The New Serenity“ invites the audience to discover a story between fact and fiction. In a series of films, it tells the history of a better world in which everything, though imperfect, is better in some pretty profound and radical ways. Based on the knowledge and visions of a collaborative team of international experts from Architecture, Art, Ecology, Economy, Philosophy, Politics, Science and Technology, team 2038 strives to explore our future society through prefigurative politics, illustrating modes of organization and social relationships to come.
We were very happy to design the reader „2038—The New Serenity“, published by Sorry Press. The anthology features contributions by Audrey Tang, Christopher Roth, Erica Love & João Enxuto, Erik Bordeleau, Evgeny Morozov, Hilary Mason, Jacob Eli Goldman, Jennifer Jacquet & Becca Franks, Joana Pope, Leif Randt, Ludwig Engel, Lukas Kubina, Mark Wigley, Meghan Rolvien, Michael Stoeppler, Mitch Joachim, Olaf Grawert, Suhail Malik, Tatiana Bilbao, terra0, and Tirdad Zolgahdr.
Going along with the German Pavilion’s pureness, the reader has a strict, bold black-and-white layout featuring the dominant QR code that leads to the official exhibition website. You can purchase the book here.

German Pavilion, 17th International Architecture Exhibition, La Biennale di Venezia

Sorry Press

Author's Series

Sorry Press

Author’s Series, 2018—ongoing


Sorry Press is an independent publishing house located in Munich, Germany. The program expands in the fields of literature, architecture, art, and design.
The design concept of the author’s series is based on a significant 2-color system and a reduced and bold stand-out typeface in the tradition of German publishing houses.

Münchner Stadtmuseum

Nachts

Münchner Stadtmuseum

NACHTS. Clubkultur in München, 2021


„Nachts. Clubkultur in München/Here Comes The Night. Club Culture in Munich“ (July 24, 2021 to May 1, 2022) takes you on a foray through Munich nightlife and sheds light on club culture as an important part and social catalyst of the city. It covers a multi-faceted reality, from iconic nightspots to legendary nights and musicians; moving from spectacular extravaganzas into the pallid light of dawn; from the revelers themselves to an entire industry dependent upon them. It also probes the significance of nightlife and club culture for the city’s urban development and shines a light on the clubs’ uncertain future, now even more precarious since the COVID19 pandemic.
As a part of our Identity Design for the Münchner Stadtmuseum we designed all Exhibition Communication Media as well as a catalogue published by Sorry Press. You can purchase the book here.

DEMO Working Group

Identity and Website

DEMO Working Group

Identity and Website, 2021


DEMO Working Group is an architectural practice based in Cologne, founded by Wiebke Schlüter, Tim Panzer and Matthias Hoffmann.
Their bold name needed a bold design—we made use of its meaning and decided to let the word DEMO stand out like a sign. On larger formats it's inverted in a graphic block.
The website has no conventional navigation but a shift between text and image which throws the visitor right into DEMO’s world. The site is coded by Philipp Polder.

LOS ANGELES Art Space

Identity and Website

LOS ANGELES Art Space

Identity and Website, 2021


LOS ANGELES is an art space in Günsterode near Kassel for artists, architects and theorists to meet, work and stay. The objects, sculptures and installations provide the structures for sleeping, eating, working, etc., while workshops, exhibitions and artist residencies are taking place. LOS ANGELES, run by artist Jonas von Ostrowski and curated by Konstantin Lannert, is open to the public for events and site visits.
LOS ANGELES represents a place of freedom and unlimited possibilities. We chose to use a font referring to the iconic Hollywood lettering. Pointing out their unique location and architecture, we created a video guiding the visitor from the universe to Günsterode. Design elements are based on the building’s shape and color and guide through the website coded by Philipp Polder.

Münchner Stadtmuseum

MUC/Schmuck Exhibition

Münchner Stadtmuseum

MUC/Schmuck. Perspectives on a private Munich Jewelry Collection, 2021


Since the end of the 19th century, the craft of goldsmithing has gained importance in Munich, and substantial numbers of goldsmiths and jewelry artists still live and work in the city today. The Münchner Stadtmuseum has joined forces with jewelry students from the Academy of Fine Arts and their professor, Karen Pontoppidan, to mount an exhibition that not only offers visitors insights into historical works and their background, but also showcases today’s budding jewelry artists, their training, aims and significant works.
As a part of our Identity Design for the Münchner Stadtmuseum we designed all Exhibition Communication Media as well as the Exhibition Graphic Design and an expanding Catalogue.
The exhibition is designed by CPWH.

CPWH

Identity and Website

CPWH

Identity and Website, 2020


CPWH is a collaborative design practice formed by Caroline Perret and Winston Hampel. Established at the intersection of architecture and design, the studio operates across disciplines, scales and contexts.
We decided to show their image-heavy portfolio website in a reduced and calm design with an infinite scroll. Twists like complementary-colored flashes and a small preview window that replaces a common navigation complete its individual look and feel. The possibility of integrating movable 3d models adds technical information in a playful way. The site is coded by Philipp Polder.

Gaggenau

Design Concept

Gaggenau

Designleitbild / Design Concept, 2019


Gaggenau, the leading brand for innovative and revolutionary home appliances, commissioned us to develop a visual concept to communicate the framework, guiding styles and design tools the brand operates within. In close collaboration with the design department, we created a book along with a corresponding digital kit and infographics to provide a deeper understanding of the design concept that Gaggenau represents.
An embossed glossy cover holds together a swiss brochure containing more fold-out pages than regular ones. The unfolded cover reveals information complementing the inside’s mainly pure images and graphics. Spreads are visually used to represent the differences and similarities of tradition converging innovation. In addition to the catalogue, we designed a digital kit that the design team can put together as desired.

Edition Detail

Our Bauhaus Heritage

Edition Detail

Unser Bauhaus Erbe / Our Bauhaus Heritage, 2019


Edition Detail, the leading international publisher specializing in architecture and structural design, commissioned us to design their publication Unser Bauhaus Erbe / Our Bauhaus Heritage.
2019 being the year of Bauhaus’ 100th birthday induced Edition Detail to take a critical look at its legacy in contemporary architecture. Throughout the book, 10 international authors explore the question of whether and where Bauhaus has left its mark on contemporary architectural events. A photo essay by Berlin-based artist Friederike von Rauch accompanies the texts.
Referring to the photographs that portray the Academy of Arts in Berlin’s Hansa Quarter, we chose a bright colored cover for this handy paperback, and created a bilingual title that works like a logotype. Focused on the essential message without any compromise, the inside texts are accompanied by strictly black-and-white images so the photography part stands out.

Edition Detail

Robotic Building

Edition Detail

Robotic Building (Architecture in the Age of Automation), 2019


Edition Detail, the leading international publisher specializing in architecture and structural design, commissioned us to design their publication Robotic Building, edited by Gilles Retsin, Manuel Jimenez, Mollie Claypool and Vicente Soler.
The use of robots in architecture is already commonplace: robots automate processes that were previously done manually, complex shapes are created with the help of 3D printing, and autonomous swarm robots construct complex buildings. This publication explores the potential of using robotics in architecture, structural design, and structural engineering.
We chose a bright artificial bookbinding material imitating a natural comb structure as jacket, embossed with bold and contemporary typography (Skrappa by Jacob J. Wise). High glossy inside paper and an assembling flexible image grid layout underline the process-based techniques.

Vetements

Brand Identity

Vetements

Brand Identity and Website, 2014–17


Witnessing the very beginning of fashion label Vetements, we were asked to create its identity in close collaboration with founder and creative brain Demna Gvasalia.
Within a year, Vetements shook up the fashion industry by escaping the continual rebranding and reinvention of the fashion cycle and focusing on singular, impactful pieces with immediate appeal. Ultimately, Vetements left an enormous impact on our contemporary aesthetics.
We developed a radically pure and reduced comprehensive identity system, including the logo mark, typography, labels, hangtags, lookbooks, (e-)invitations and a website. By using a slightly modified grotesque as the slimmed down foundation, we treated typography in a very basic list-style, showcasing the core of information and images. Whenever it supported the idea, we added expressive fonts or questioned the usual handling of design.


Photography by Oliver Hadlee Pearch, Harley Weir

Marc O’Polo

Organic Launch Stockholm

Marc O’Polo

Organic Launch Stockholm, 2020


To launch its Modern Organic Product line and as a kickoff for Spring/Summer 2020, fashion brand Marc O’Polo celebrated an exclusive event including a flagship store opening, dinner and afterparty in Stockholm. We were asked to create the identity covering the range from a key visual to apparel prints to graphics such as invitations, posters, labels etc.
Together with musician Peggy Gou and 300 invited guests, amongst them Caro Daur and Pernille Teisbaek, BAM Berlin set up an event that quickly became Stockholm’s talk of the town. Additional store events throughout Germany followed.
By reducing the message to the usage of the single initials MOP and replacing the letter O with an organic symbol, we created a powerful and bold statement. Sucuk und Bratwurst realized the animations. The photographs were taken by Fredrik Skogkvist and Fabian Wester.

Galerie Karin Guenther, Sorry Press

Stefan Marx

Galerie Karin Guenther, Sorry Press

Stefan Marx Das Kapitel, 2019


Galerie Karin Guenther and Wiegand von Hartmann together hosted the opening of Das Kapitel by artist and illustrator Stefan Marx. The exhibition took place at WVH’s office space and showed drawings and observations from Stefan Marx’s travels to New York City.
A limited edition of 100 accompanying books, published by Sorry Press, were released and signed on location by the artist. We designed the identity of the event as well as the exhibition book, as part of the Sorry Press series.

Jewish Chamber Orchestra Munich

Season 2019–22

Jewish Chamber Orchestra Munich

Season 2019–22


The Jewish Chamber Orchestra Munich, founded in 2005, stands for a diverse, contemporary Jewish voice. The internationally active orchestra continuously explores new paths with altering alliances and formats to make Jewish contemporary culture alive and visible for everyone. Together with J. Borgmann we developed their identity.
For Season 2019–20 we put emphasis on the imagery. A musician was 3D-scanned. Together with Michael Clasen we generated emotions and certain moves that represent the themes of the concerts, as a balance to the strictly typographic informational level. Since the concerts not only show musical high culture but also remind the audience of a strongly burdened Jewish past, we don’t hesitate to show negative emotions that might even seem disturbing.

Sammlung Goetz

Generations

Sammlung Goetz

Exhibition and Jubilee Catalogue Generations, 2019


The Sammlung Goetz is an internationally renowned and highly prestigious collection of contemporary art. It was founded in 1993 by the collector Ingvild Goetz and today includes more than 5000 works from nearly all artistic genres.
In 2018, Sammlung Goetz celebrated its 25th anniversary with a three-part exhibition dedicated to artistic creations by women. On display were nearly 200 works, ranging from drawings, photographs, paintings and sculptures to films and extensive installations by artists such as Carla Accardi, Geta Brătescu, Lucy Dodd, Ellen Gallagher, Katharina Grosse, Jennifer Guidi, Haegue Yang, Jenny Holzer, Barbara Kasten, Yayoi Kusama, Rebecca Morris, N. Dash, Paulina Olowska, Carol Rama, Pipilotti Rist, Sister Mary Corita Kent, Jessica Stockholder, Rosemarie Trockel, Pae White and Andrea Zittel.
We designed the accompanying catalogue Generations, published by Hatje Cantz. The raw linen book jacket is overprinted with a drawing by Rosemarie Trockel. The inside is distinctly divided into three sections showcasing the exhibitions that took place at the Sammlung Goetz building by Herzog de Meuron as well as in Haus der Kunst in Munich. A fourth section, standing out on uncoated paper, shows the collection’s history. Referring to a design identity from the collection’s very beginning, we developed a bold graphic system in black-and-white that unifies the different topics.

San Cosme

Suicidas Mezcal

San Cosme

Suicidas Mezcal, 2018


As part of our ongoing collaboration with distiller San Cosme and idea-giver Lukas Kubina, we worked with Munich-based artist Martin Fengel on the design of the special edition Suicidas. The limited edition of 576 bottles, inspired by the Œuvre of Roberto Bolhaño, makes Mezcal and Mexico lovers’ hearts beat faster. The bottle is put into effect and photographed by Gerhardt Kellermann.


Marc O’Polo Organic Launch
Weingut Prinz Salm Lagencuvée
Sorry Press Author's Series

Edition Detail

Ultimately I Search For Clarity

Edition Detail

Ultimately I Search For Clarity / Letztlich suche ich Klarheit, 2018


Ever since Edition Detail, the leading internationally publisher specializing in architecture and structural design, was established, its editors have conducted countless conversations with architects and engineers from around the world.
WVH was commissioned to design a selected volume of interviews with partners and project managers from 13 renowned architectural firms from around the world, including Santiago Calatrava, Reinier de Graaf (OMA), Toyo Ito, Eduardo Souto de Moura, Alvaro Siza and José Selgas (SelgasCano). It shares insights into their inspiration, the philosophy behind their architecture, how they work with materials and form, and shows the physical realisation of their designs.
The book is bound in a silkscreen-printed, cut linen jacket. The inside layout divides bilingual interview texts and images in a clear and modern way. Ultimately I Search For Clarity was shortlisted at Schönste deutsche Bücher 2019 by Stiftung Buchkunst.

Stylepark

Stylepark Selected imm cologne at MAKK

Stylepark

Stylepark Selected imm cologne at Museum für Angewandte Kunst Köln, 2018


Architecture and design platform Stylepark threw one of the opening parties for imm trade fair 2018 at Museum für Angewandte Kunst Köln (MAKK). They showcased and awarded their selection of best novelties in the field of product design. Teaming up with design duo RelvãoKellermann, a presentation in MAKK’s central exhibition hall was realized.
We were commissioned to design the event’s identity—a key visual, invitations, exhibition graphics, exhibition catalogue and merchandise. Referring to projections as the main idea of the exhibition design, holographic award badges built the central graphic design element, in combination with clean typography. The photographs were taken by Gerhardt Kellermann.
With this event as a starting point we have since been designing Stylepark’s design novelty awards for Salone del mobile, Orgatech and all other trade fairs they participated in.

ASK Atelier Steffen Kehrle

Identity and Website

ASK Atelier Steffen Kehrle

Identity, Website and Portfolio Book, 2018


Founded in 2009, Munich-based design studio ASK has become known for its iconic use of forms focused on products and objects of every scale in industrial, cultural and museum contexts. We were commissioned by Steffen Kehrle and his team to develop their identity with stationery, their website and portfolio book.
To determine the studio’s continuous questioning regarding design principles, we made use of what the initials A-S-K stand for and let them stick out graphically on mainly pure white backgrounds, giving space to all images. In addition to all printed matters we designed a modular digital portfolio system our client can put together as desired. The website is coded by Jens Buss.

VPGOE

Die 7 Todsünden

VPGOE

Exhibition Catalogue Die 7 Todsünden, 2016


VPGOE is a gallery space based in Görisried, Allgäu. The show Die 7 Todsünden (The 7 Deadly Sins) took place in 2016 in the former cheese packaging factory’s large industrial hall and featured artists such as Julian Rosefeldt.
We designed the exhibition catalogue. Bright red blank pages are spread throughout the book, referring to the color of sin. The cover shows a detailed view of an artwork by bronze caster Bruno Wank, embossed with a tattoo-like script font. Red numbers next to the artworks guide through the exhibition to give a quick and easy overview.

Gaggenau

Design Visions

Gaggenau

Design Visions / Designvisionen, 2018


Gaggenau, the leading brand for innovative and revolutionary home appliances, commissioned us to develop three magazines explaining their design visions on the verge of three different (future) kitchen: Compact Luxury Living, 200 and 400.
We created the concept, texts and layouts, and pointed out the differences visually but unified the magazines by using the same formats and pureness of the cover designs. Each kitchen stands for a different target group that we mirror visually and through the use of bespoke materials.

About

Wiegand von Hartmann (WVH) is a creative agency specializing in brand identities, print products, websites and strategic consulting. Our aim is to combine strong, conceptual ideas with highest creative precision. Founded in 2017, we have established a reputation for on-point, distinctive work produced for and with other creative collaborators. Being consolidated with Sorry Press, we provide wording and publishing from one source.
Current and recent clients include Gaggenau, Vetements, Stylepark, Sammlung Goetz, Edition Detail, Marc O’Polo, German Pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition—La Biennale di Venezia, ArtVerona and more.

Services

Creative Direction
Visual and Brand Identities
Strategy and Communication Concepts
Graphic Design
Digital Design
Editorial Design
Publishing

Sorry Press

Sorry Press is our publishing house we run together with Lukas Kubina. The program expands in the fields of literature, art, design and architecture. Besides publishing books we host and design events and love to merge exceptional locations and collaborations.

Team

Sophie von Hartmann, Founder
Moritz Wiegand, Founder
Natasha Adhiambo Okoth

post@wiegandvonhartmann.com

Awards, Contributions and Features

ArtVerona, 2022
Die schönsten Deutschen Bücher, 2022
magCulture, 2022
Slanted, 2022
The Brand Identity, 2022
German Brand Award, 2022
17th International Architecture Exhibition,
La Biennale di Venezia, 2021
Sprint Milano, 2021
Weltformat Graphic Design Festival, 2021
Grafikmagazin, 2021
Novum, 2020
Fonts in Use, 2019
Die Schönsten Deutschen Bücher, 2019

Collaborating Events

Flaka Haliti × Sorry Press × SHRN
Kunstverein Munich, Munich 2022
Leaking Subjects and Bounding Boxes: On Training AI (Elisa Giardina Papa)
ArtVerona, Verona 2022
NEWS ROOM BERLIN: Loehr Furniture, Sorry Press & Sebastian Schönheit
Ysso, Berlin 2022
New Aesthetic × News&Coffee
The Hoxton Hotel, Barcelona 2022
New Aesthetic 3 Release
0fr, Paris 2022
Sorry Press Mini Market / Diez Office Shop
Palais Preysing, Munich 2021
WHY NOT? × Sucuk&Bratwurst
BAM Berlin, Berlin 2020
Stefan Marx: Das Kapitel
Galerie Karin Guenther ×
Wiegand von Hartmann, Munich 2019

Contact

WIEGAND VON HARTMANN
Amalienstraße 87–89
Amalienpassage Laden 14
80799 Munich, Germany
+49 (0)89 1892 0874
email

Internship: Please send us your application by mail.

News

14.10.2022

Sorry Press at ArtVerona together with Italian artist Elisa Giardina Papa. You can purchase the book Leaking Subjects and Bounding Boxes: On Training AI at here.

News

30.09.2022

NEWS ROOM Berlin — A criss-cross collaborative space with Sorry Press, Loehr Furniture and Sebastian Schönheit. Join us at Ysso Berlin Friday 30.09. – Sunday 02.10.

News

30.07.2022

Spectra wins one of the 25 Most Beautiful German Books 2022.

News

10.09.2022

New Aesthetic x News&Coffee. Join us at Hoxton Hotel in Barcelona. You can purchase the books here.

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14.06.2022

We are happy to have won the German Brand Award 22 for our work for Marc O'Polo: Excellence in Brand Strategy and Creation – Brand Design Corporate Brand. Read more.

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14.05.2022

New Aesthetic 3 Release at 0fr Paris. You can purchase the book here.

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25.11.2021

New Aesthetic 2 and Sorry Press are featured at Sprint Milano.

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22.05.2021

Sorry Press published the Anthology 2038: The New Serenity for the German Pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition — La Biennale di Venezia.

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01.12.2021

Join us at our Sorry Press Mini Market / Diez Office Shop at Palais Preysing Munich.

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17.07.2020

WHY NOT? x Sucuk&Bratwurst Cap Release during Gallery Weekend at BAM Berlin. Have a look here

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18.10.2019

Stefan Marx: Das Kapitel. Exhibition and Book Release hosted by Galerie Karin Guenther and Wiegand von Hartmann. The book is published by Sorry Press

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