The Berlin based “digital lifestyle” magazine DE:BUG asked us to contribute editorial images for several features in their latest issue. Check it out in your favorite (german) newsstand now…
Featured in swiss architectural magazine Hochparterre’s “Raumtraum” section, these visualizations of future architectures search for the accidental in computer driven manufacturing processes.
Based on iconic housing shapes, these buildings were intended as prototypes for mass-customization. Yet, as things go with computerized manufacturing, there have been misplots. The cartridge was not loaded properly. The concrete was set to the wrong parameters or scale. The printer module falsely translated a data set…
These misprints are the rejects of this early process, and they are now being used as shared homes by elderly people from the former squatter scene.
Gazillions of juicy yummie nano bits, all behaving perpendicular and parallel to the laws of physics to spell the months of the latest Wired Magazine UK issue. Typography slightly obscure for suspense.
Old School technology, commissioned by Esquire Magazine, Moscow.
Work for the new print portfolio. A sample of several stills series that came into being over the course of a few months, were printed and leather bound and are now travelling by themselves, with the help of Florence Moll, Prune and Claude.
We were invited to collaborate on the packaging design for the new Adobe CS5 Master Collection.
We joined the collaborating team with the grand studios Kustaa Saksi, Nanospore, Universal Everything, led by Tolleson Design.
Production Company: paranoidUS, Los AngelesExecutive Producer: Cathleen O’Connor
Zeitguised turns your used office furniture into a picturesque landscape to host the new Adobe CS5 campaign.
We provided an original artwork plus rendered 3d elements which were put together by adobe to fit a multitude of print and digital formats.
Collaboration with Sven Hauth.
Production Company: paranoidUS, Los Angeles