Eiger, Mönch und Jungfrau

This work originally started as commission work for a ski camp for adults. In creating the outline of the imagery of the postcards, my discovery of the website Swisstopo, a creator of topographic maps of Switzerland, was essential: on their website, it is possible to browse through a 3D-model of Switzerland. The model contains a lot of glitches because it was generated by 2D aerial photographs. Inspired by this webtool I created a homage to Swiss tourism posters from the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s, which I reinterpreted in an experimental and modern approach. A cute side effect: if you line the postcards up next to each other, they assemble a long panoramic image.

Achter März

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Light and Space

Dominik Zietlow works as a freelance photographer and film maker whilst simultaneously pursuing his own artistic practice. He has a fiercely resilient approach to new topics, manifested in his ability to experiment, open and resolute on breaking his own standards. The brief was to develop a business card for Zietlow, that could transcend his photographic and his cinematic work. This led to an illustration that plays with light and space, symbolising the connecting aspects of the two disciplines. The forms are stemmed from the artist's first name, but remain abstract. Viewers no longer identify the letter shapes, but instead see an atmospheric image.

MAIA for HEAD

HEAD (haute école d'art et de design, Genève) is launching a new master's program in interior architecture (MAIA). Since the university competition nowadays also takes place heavily on Social Media, especially Instagram, the logo of the new course was animated. The animation was developed for Studio Nuessli+Nüssli and ensures that the course gets the necessary attention.