Timm Henger’s work first jumped out at us at the Glasgow Design Festival Scotland, where his poster was pitted against a cool 3,442 other entries (from 70 plus countries, in three months – no pressure there then) in the festival’s International Poster Competition
Another poster won, but I guess Germany-based graphic designer Timm came a close second because here we are, writing about his work. Timm’s posters range from fluid, globular black and white design advertising lectures at the Kunstakademie Stuttgart to playful pastel-hued posters for the ABK Stuttgart tour 2015. Clean, fresh and constantly inspiring, Timm’s work is a welcome full stop on the end of the longest week ever.
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