April 2020, Our world has changed

We are working at home together with you because concern and consideration is priority number 1 now. But new times need new ideas. So we are developing formats and products for our clients that they can easily integrate into their current everyday life. We are supporting brands through the here and now and further into the future with online sprints and digital workshops. And we are working on formats for the community, for young designers who are on their own. But most importantly: Stay healthy and safe!

March 2020, Jewish Museum Berlin

The Jewish Museum Berlin has presented its new image. It was created by us, including the brand strategy and architecture, mission statement and the JMB Pro font family. The museum is not a place that stands still. So the will to change, diversity and discourse also drive our adaptive design. At a time when constant indignation is overshadowing public dialogue, the JMB is encouraging us to “Think out loud.” A plea for wanting to learn instead of already knowing. For openness, curiosity, respect.

Jewish Museum Berlin Case

March 2020, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

There are jobs that grab you right by the designer’s honour: the exhibition communication for “Marken:Zeichen. Das Grafische Atelier Stankowski + Duschek” falls into this category. Karl Duschek and Anton Stankowski were among the leading communication designers in Germany. They created the Deutsche Bank logo. We developed all the media and the guidance system for the exhibition at Berlin’s Kunstbibliothek, which runs until June 2020. It was a real pleasure.

Website Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

February 2020, Pelikan

The Pelikan Group has assigned its global brand strategy budget to us. As a result, we are now working for one of the most internationally renowned brands in the paper, office supplies and stationery sector, and its successful subsidiary Herlitz. “We look forward to supporting Pelikan with its repositioning,” says Stan Hema partner Stephanie Kurz. “An exciting remit to turn this traditional brand into a sensory experience in the digital space.”

Website Pelikan