Graphic design by the people, for the people/fun by Lorenz Klingebiel

Date
15 June 2012
Reading Time
1 minute read

There’s great appeal to the contemporary-nod-at-those-before design portfolio of Lorenz Klingebiel – it’s inclusive and full of social graphics projects that range from an in-college Copy Shop with a trusty black and white copier to a rather great poster series that uses Zukunft a typeface of Lorenz’s making (a combination of opposing faces Garabond and Grotesque in a contemporary “re-interpretation of the typographic view on the future in the tradition of Futura”!) which was then applied by 11 designers of various standing onto a classic poster work. Lorenz’s portfolio is full of curatorial endeavours that react directly with current affairs and yes, trends, but all the better for it.

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Lorenz Klingebiel: The Zukunft Series – Sebastian Pataki

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Lorenz Klingebiel: The Zukunft Series – Benjamin Franzki & Jan Münz, Studio 2+

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Lorenz Klingebiel: The Zukunft Series – Fraser Muggeridge, London

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Lorenz Klingebiel: The Zukunft Series – Guillaume Grall, Playgground

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Lorenz Klingebiel: Copy Shop

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Lorenz Klingebiel: Copy Shop

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Lorenz Klingebiel: Copy Shop

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Bryony Quinn

Bryony was It’s Nice That’s first ever intern and worked her way up to assistant online editor before moving on to pursue other interests in the summer of 2012.

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