We just remembered our third and last digital advent calender. Wrju’s adventures in december 2000.
Every day a new screen was unlocked and you had to look for the current day’s cube.
Some of the daily surprises were created by friends, some by us.
Technology has changed a bit in the last 22 years so not all suprises are working anymore.
The exploded goose was created with our legendary rasterizer which transformed greyscale images into pattern images (like this one here).
It's this time of the year again: days get shorter, temperatures fall, the weather is misty. What better way to spend a day than in a Messehalle full of books? Buch Wien here we come.
We just returned from this year’s Mahler Forum in Klagenfurt, two days of inspiring art, discussions and music.
On the occasion of Goethe Institut’s 70th birthday we were commissioned to design 10 A0-sized posters, each featuring a literary quote that relates to the institution. The posters were presented in Munich and Berlin (on our bespoke poster stand design, see photo © Bernhard Ludewig) and will travel around the world next year.
A very beautiful publication on the most beautiful Austrian books, designed by sensomatic’s good looking department, has just left the print shop. More exciting images, fonts, texts and bookbinder specialities are hidden underneath the hood (= cover – for all non car enthusiasts).
Massive signs helped over 40,000 people to find their way to the Austrian Book Fair during the last couple of days.
Lots of other (huge) colourful sensomatic designs were on display inside. From arches to elephants to numbers and stars.
Traiskirchen is now connected to the underground network. Roland Bischels clients can get on track now towards clear sight, turn left for cool sunglasses and change lines for contact lenses. Nice job, Subservice.