Eps51 is a graphic design studio developing visual concepts across various media.
Our clients range from the fields of art and design to commercial enterprises. For an overview of our work scroll down; to view our archive check the projects section.
Fresh from the printer (almost).
We had the pleasure to design the photo-book journal of Thomas Hoeffgen’s road trip on Route 66 as well as the latest lookbooks for Michael Sontag and Vivian Graf.
«Simplicity as a form of sophistication» is Palomar’s maxim. The Florence based design studio commissioned us to design their new website which is for sure worth checking out.
Two of our posters were featured in exhibitions: «Fuenfzehn» at the Red Dot Design Museum in Essen and blank poster’s «Decay» in Munich.
It was flattering to read two long articles about our work in leading design magazines Étapes and Novum.
This winter semester 2014/2015 we gave a course at the University of the Arts in Berlin about Multilingual Editorial Design.
Together with the students we created a 128-page book on the topic «Bi—Scriptual» featuring ground-breaking work samples and interviews with 19 international design studios in 10 different languages and 10 different scripts.
We designed the visual identity for Berlin’s 30 communal galleries which created an impressive programme for Berlin Art Week 2014 representing themselves as important locations for local as well as internationally established artists.
These are the latest Fashion-Week Sed-Card we designed for M4 Models.
We were part of the Shutterstock-exhibition AnalogMenschDigital that took place in Berlin September 5—15 2014. It was a great exhibition with ten pretty nice design studios including M23 Fons Hickmann, Hort, Deutsche and Japaner etc. Here’s our poster and exhibition concept and a few pictures of the opening.
Al Riwaq Art Space invited us to be part of the Alwan 338 Festival, Bahrain, giving a talk and workshop as well as designing the visual identity of the project.
Have a look at the poster-series we designed as well as the results of the workshop.
Café-Restaurant GROSZ and annexed Pâtisserie L’OUI are located on Berlin’s premier shopping boulevard, Kurfürstendamm Avenue. We created their visual identity, naming, packaging, website and online shop.