Neubau Modul, Release: October 2007

Previously, when designers needed patterned surfaces for their graphics, backgrounds, textures, wallpapers or moving images, they had to create them by hand. Now, with Neubau Modul, designers have a practical tool that gives them access to the over 2,000 editable and infinitely repeatable patterns developed by the Neubau Team. All the work shown can also be found as Adobe Illustrator and bitmap files on an included DVD that can be used on any platform. Neubau Modul is helpful in creating applications for a wide variety of disciplines that include illustration and architecture as well as web, communication, motion and textile design.
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werk, Swiss architecture magazine

Art Direction 2001 and 2002 by Frank Faßmer, Matthias Megyeri, Daniel Sauter and Maxi Schröder

werk, bauen + wohnen is the Swiss architecture magazine with the
longest tradition. It comes out ten times a year, and deals with theoretical, abstract and artistic issues. Each issue has got one mainfocus (e.g. Zagreb; Imagination, Notation; Made-to-measure

WERK No.14



In 1996, Theseus Chan founded WORK, a cross-disciplinary company that encompasses communications, graphic design, publishing (WERK magazine) and fashion retailing (COMME des GARCONS Guerrilla Store +65). Singapore


MAD IN CHINA – Nomad in Beijing

Auteur(s) : CAZENAVE (Cécile) et REA (Vincent), (dir.)
Editeur : Montreuil, Tendance floue

!K7 Records / Funkstörung (2006)

Art direction and design for music packaging. The outer design is consciously reduced to main focus on the 24 pages booklet inside. Printed in 5 colours with a special disc packaging.


Love Heart

The word love written in all the possible ways there are to say 'I love you'.
Because true love never dies, this brooch, of which the first prototype was made in 2003, has been revisited and improved (and not least: made wearable!). It will be available at Moss in NY soon.

Protoeclectica Poster

A flyer and poster for Protoeclectica party and fashion happening with Bifur. Bifur was originally designed by poster artist A.M. Cassandre in 1929 as a single font and also as a two-part, two-color font.


Ford, Special alphabet book for children