Editorial Lab

Published by Tim on Friday June 7, 2019

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Together with Cihan Tamti, Lars Harmsen (Slanted Magazine) and the students of my class at FH Dortmund, i’ve designed and developed this campaign for the fifth edition of the “Editorial Lab”, a design-symposium at FH Dortmund, welcoming prestigious speakers this year:

Johannes Erler (Büro Johannes Erler), Julian Zimmermann (Deutsche und Japaner), Felix Pfäffli (Studio Feixen) and Jakob Feigl (Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin).

I’ve developed the poster-design-application with Processing to enable my students, the speakers and my colleagues to create an individual version of the poster by writing or drawing additional informations on top of the informal layer. Through this idea, we were abled to generate a huge variety of posts for any social media channel.


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