Fabian Bremer’s design work straddles the traditional and the postmodern

Date
13 November 2015
Reading Time
1 minute read

Leipzig-based designer Fabian Bremer’s practice is informed by tradition over trend, his editorial work utilises the tropes of the form of the book and pushes them into the new with informed typographic decision-making and postmodern details. Working predominately in editorial and exhibition design he has designed identities for Kunsthaus Dresden and performance artist Yvon Chabrowski as well as an artists’ book on the legend of Santa Casa, in which Maria receives the apparition of the Angel of Annunciation, and a monograph for artist Samuel Henne’s photography and sculpture. Most recently, Fabian has designed the identity for the German Pavilion at the Venice Art Biennale, which hosts the work of four artists reflecting on the themes of work, migration and revolt. His work manages to adapt to content and context, without ever compromising on consistent quality.

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Fabian Bremer, in collaboration with Pascal Storz, Helmut Völter, and Nicola Reiter: Deutscher Pavilion

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Fabian Bremer, in collaboration with Tobias Wenig and Tim Wetter: Formationen

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Fabian Bremer, in collaboration with Tobias Wenig and Tim Wetter: Formationen

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Fabian Bremer, in collaboration with Tobias Wenig and Tim Wetter: Formationen

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Fabian Bremer, in collaboration with Pascal Storz: Kirunatopia

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Fabian Bremer, in collaboration with Pascal Storz: The Provence Summer Reader

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Fabian Bremer, in collaboration with Pascal Storz and Jakob Kirch: Was Wir Sehen

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Billie Muraben

Billie studied illustration at Camberwell College of Art before completing an MA in Visual Communication at the Royal College of Art. She joined It’s Nice That as a Freelance Editorial Assistant back in January 2015 and continues to work with us on a freelance basis.

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