• 111/99 — Questioning the Modernist Design Vocabulary

    For the exhibition »111/99 — Questioning the Modernist Design Vocabulary« we have developed the visual identity and the exhibition graphics. On display now at Museum der Dinge in Berlin.

  • Exhibition: No More Books

    We are happy to be a part of the exhibition »No More Books« at TPK, Art i Pensament Contemporani in L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Spain. The exhibition includes »Broken and Lost | Drawing« by Jan Wawrzyniak and »Repeatedly, Used to Make Art« by Kym Ward. On display until december 21st, 2018.

  • Best book design from Germany 2018

    »Versiegelte Zeit (Sealed Time)« (Kerber Verlag) made it into the longlist of the competition »Best Book Design from Germany 2018« held by Stiftung Buchkunst. Happy happy!

  • Now in Venice: Performing Architecture

    On behalf of the Goethe-Institut we designed also in 2018 the visual identity of »Performing Architecture«. Now on show in Venice within the frame of the 16th Architecture Biennial.

  • mischen in Page 05/2018

    The design magazine Page publishes an article about corporate designs for medical practices. Beside our corporate design for the gynaecologists Frauenärztinnen am Südwestkorso, there is also an interview with Harri about the topic.

  • Out now: Sealed Time

    We designed Nadia Kaabi-Linke’s catalogue »Sealed Time« accompanying her exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Bonn. Published by Kerber.

  • Teaching in Barcelona

    Harri is teaching editorial design at the Barcelona-based design university Elisava. It is his sixth year being responsible for book design.

  • Ohde Berlin launch

    Ohde Berlin sells exquisite marzipan chocolates from Neukölln. We created the brand and the packaging for the young enterprise. Enjoy!

  • Best book design from Germany 2017

    We are very happy about 3 nominations by the competition »Best book design from Germany 2017« held by Stiftung Buchkunst. »Sibylle Bergemann« (Kehrer Verlag) made it into the shortlist, »Muslim Matter« (Revolver Publishing) and »SPLIT« (Kerber Verlag) are part of the books on the longlist.