Erik Kessels takes us through the defining stations of his career, starting with his first paid gig as a creative for the infamous Hans Brinker Bugdet Hotels in Amsterdam.
Daniel Josefsohn ist einer der wichtigsten deutschen Fotografen. In den vergangenen Jahren hat der wildeste unter Deutschlands Bildkünstlern die Gratwanderung zwischen Provokation und Humor, zwischen ironischer Setzung und politischer Anstiftung austariert, um unbequem zu sein und zugleich dafür geliebt zu werden.
Nina Stössinger (b. 1978) is a type designer, typographer and code tinkerer from Basel. After publishing her first typeface (FF Ernestine) and five years of running her own graphic design and typography studio, she moved to The Hague for her master’s in type and media. She found it suited her and since graduating, the “Type Designer to watch” (Print Magazine, February 2015) has been living happily in a small house near the sea, nurturing her new studio, Typologic.
In the second part of our Skype interview, Aaron James Draplin talks about which records, books, movies and exhibitions have been inspiring him lately.