Graphic Design: Just the right amount of trendy from designer Daniel Weberruß

Date
24 July 2013
Reading Time
1 minute read

German Graphic designer Daniel Weberruß is part of a small contingent of extremely talented practitioners from Mainz. Together with Marcel Häusler and Alexander Lis, he runs the always-engaging Daily Input in which the three men document new trends in visual communication with effortless simplicity. Unsurprisingly, Daniel’s work is very much at the forefront of these trends – you’ll find plenty of considered gradients and experimental type floating around in his portfolio – but his solid foundation in the fundamentals of good design means he never strays too far into trendy territory, always maintaining structure and communications over simple aesthetic tricks.

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Daniel Weberruß, Alexander Lis and Katja Baumann: Nippon Conection 2012 identity

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Daniel Weberruß, Alexander Lis and Katja Baumann: Nippon Conection 2012 identity

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Daniel Weberruß, Alexander Lis and Katja Baumann: Nippon Conection 2012 identity

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Daniel Weberruß, Alexander Lis and Katja Baumann: Nippon Conection 2012 identity

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Daniel Weberruß, Alexander Lis and Katja Baumann: Nippon Conection 2012 identity

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James Cartwright

James started out as an intern in 2011 and came back in summer of 2012 to work online and latterly as Print Editor, before leaving in May 2015.

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