Selection of work by Enno Pötschke Graphic Design mail(at)ennopoetschke(dot)com 0049 1511 72 15 667 Instagram
 
Enno Pötschke is an independent, Berlin-based graphic designer for digital and print. He develops visual identities, publications, books, websites and other materials for cultural and commercial clients. It is his strong believe that a close dialogue with his clients and partners leads to unique and unexpected outcomes.

In 2015 and 2016, Enno worked for Studio Manuel Raeder and publishing house BOM DIA BOA TARDE BOA NOITE. During this time, he developed and designed artists’ books and editions for Pedro Barateiro, Karl Holmqvist, Leonor Antunes, Victor Man and Henning Bohl, among others. In addition, he co-created the visual identity of Galerie Neu, Berlin, and co-designed the website of Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo. Enno studied visual communication at Bauhaus-University Weimar and Ecole cantonale d’art de Lausanne. In the summer semester of 2016, together with designer Anna Teuber, he led a class at Bauhaus-University Weimar called Der Blumenstrauß.

:Meridian P55 Manipulation of the coating on a printing plate through analogue interventions with various chemicals.

poster collection; 720 × 520 folded to 360 × 260; 75; 32. (2015)

Red Dawn together with Leonard Hartmann. Red Dawn is a straightforward headline font based on the steel structure of a sign on the roof of a former sock factory just outside the Old Town in Tallinn, Estonia. Each of its characters is formed through the modular combination of two shapes—one short and one long—which can also be represented as sounds. This gives each character a unique sound signature which can be read’ by a listener, allowing the font to function as an alternative to Morse code. It was developed over the course of three days, together with Jungmyung Lee and under the supervision of Karel Martens, during a workshop at the Asterisk Summer School in 2015.

typeface (2015)

Abrupt Rules / Wild Child together with Alice Vodoz and Jules Moskovtchenko. Based on the movie “L’Enfant sauvage” by François Truffaut, we translated the story with an experimental and fictitious approach into a contemporary context. We especially focused on the boundaries between nature/civilisation and children/education.    

photo book; 328 × 225; English; 5; 56. (2015)

77 Proposals together with Frieder Oelze. Pictures by Mathias Schmitt and Michael Ott. Guidance system and publication of the exhibition 77 Proposals from graduates and students of the Bauhaus-University Weimar at the Marburger Kunstverein. The Graphic Design connects the visitor in an abstracted way with the caleidoscopical matter of the exhibition.

catalogue; 340 × 240; english; 750; 36. (2013)