Today we moved to a great new studio with more space and room for some fresh ideas. Visit us at Lynarstraße 4 in Berlin Wedding.open article page • No comments yet
We did it again! Here’s the brand new upstruct screen print calendar for your next year’s journey. Again it is limited to 55 copies and you can purchase it.open article page •
We’re proud to announce that Markus joined our team this year. Markus was one of our interns and just graduated at University of Technology, Business and Design in Wismar as a communication and media designer (Diploma) with distinction! But even before we knew that he is a great designer with an eye for the tiny details we love. He is a pro in UI/UX Design and classical print design too – that’s why we caught him – and now he’s an inherent part of the upstruct family. Welcome Markus!open article page •
Finally – two of the projects waiting to get published in our portfolio are online now: the brand design we did for Seaside together with our friends at Muskat Design. Seaside is a fish restaurant and seafood bar in Berlin. And the brand design for Matchmade which we also did together with Muskat. Matchmade is a startup creating an influencer marketing platform. And we’re proud that the Matchmade Brand design is finalist at the European Design Awards this year.open article page •
Look what was on the mail yesterday? Documentation about our little studio done by Marie & Andrew, 2 design students of University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf (HSD). Thanks for choosing us guys!open article page •
As a small nice side project we created a very simple and very clean website for Egemen Demirci, a Berlin based artist. Visit his website and take a look at his great projects at www.egemendemirci.com.open article page •
Swedish Cap&Design Magazine presents our 2015 amandus festivalen poster in their current issue.open article page •
For many years now we’re working on AG5’s safety skills software, brand design and website. From the beginning one of the main goals was to ensure the highest quality and best results in user experience and graphic design. …open article page •
The new illustrated upstruct screenprint calendar 2016 is here! Strictly limited to 55 copies. You can see more and buy one of those rare copies directly on our website: check the upstruct calendar 2016 showcaseopen article page •
Back in 2013 Claudia was upstructs intern. Together with her we created some cover designs for the 50th anniversary edition of the german architecture magazine “mark”. One of the designs was published in the magazine. Later Claudia and Manuel founded the little and fine befriended studio muskat.open article page •
We had a visit of 26 interested students from Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam today at our studio. We’ve been talking about our story, design projects, working as a freelancer and founding a graphic design studio.
Was nice having you here guys!open article page •
Again we’ve created the visual for the ROCK AM SEE Festival at Lake Constance (Bodensee) in southern Germany. Of course we made a free interpretation of “Lake” again. Thankfully there are actually no sharks in the lake nearby. We’ll make a portfolio update soon with a lot more projects from the last months.
Thanks to Chris Danneffel and Daniel Drescher for the great festival photos. This photo shown here is by Chris Danneffel.open article page • 1 comment
A small inbetweener: Schröder+Schömbs PR asked us to illustrate a map of L.A. as a goodbye present for a former long time employee who’s leaving for the city of angels – including secret and more famous tips of all her colleagues. We’ve been responsible for the whole map excluding the character illustrations.
Take care Melly and enjoy the West Coast life!open article page •
We worked on it for more than 2 years now – always when we’ve been able in between client projects. We’ve dismissed dozens of designs and concepts for it but finally found the direction which should represent us and our high quality work.
Feel free to leave your comment or send us a message of how you like it. Constructive criticism is welcome!open article page •