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Paul Voggenreiter is a German graphic designer based in Europe. His clients’ scope ranges from the fields of art and culture to small businesses and individuals. He focusses on digital and printed matter such as creating books and publications, visual identities, websites, moving images and motion design.
His conceptual approach, the dialogue with partners and focus on the respective context, are decisive factors for him in developing holistic design concepts with a unique visual language based on the client’s profile. For the development of each individual project he can draw on a broad network of designers and artists in order to provide all fields from print to digital and interactive design.
After finishing his Bachelor studies at the free University of Bolzano, Italy in 2011 he co-founded the design studio Hirn Faust Auge, Berlin, which he ran until 2016. In 2019 he received a Master’s of fine Arts specialising in graphic design and typography at Klasse Grafik, HFBK University of Fine Arts Hamburg. In addition to his commissioned work, he occasionally initiates cross-national cooperation projects.
In May 2020 he published his book Drifting East – A journeyman’s travelogue a documentation of a trip through Southeast Europe. Inspired by an old ongoing craftsman tradition, the Journeyman Years, he offered his expertise as a graphic designer outside of his usual environment. Between 16 September to 20 December 2018, it produced various collaborations with artists and cultural workers in Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Bulgaria and Romania. In addition to the graphic works, a broad documentation of the places, people and their work was created. The book documents in chronological order the journey from each country with location descriptions, interviews and field reports.
He currently lives in Plovdiv, Bulgaria working for various clients all over Europe as well as continuing his work in the Balkan region collaborating with local artists and cultural institutions.