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Lisa Reckeweg, graphic design & visual concepts

Selected

Work

01

Unpublished Press

Information

Designed in 2020
with Studio Böreck

Master Thesis
Andrea di Sergeo Alighieri

Royal Academy of Fine Arts
Antwerpen, Belgium

Disciplines

Design Research
Interviews

Branding
Editorial Design

Web Design
Development

Information

Unpublished Press is an experimental publishing house that came to live during the graphic design master at Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp. The publishing activities aim to give insights into way we are handling contents on a daily basis. We are challenging traditional forms of publishing by questioning our learned habits of conceiving, selecting and receiving contents.

The output of this intense research are six interwoven publications that actively involve the reader on different levels. In the first stage, the reader is invited to engage with the Radar—a collaborative and interactive thinking and writing tool. The information gathered in this tool are visualized in the form of maps and can be used with the help of the Quintants—five experimental tools to find new ways of navigating through existing content. The last stage of the project provokes new ways of looking at our consumption of contents: The Periodicards and the Atlas showcase different perspectives on the information landscapes that that arose in this process.

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Unpublished Press by lmrgraphic Unpublished Press by lmrgraphic
Unpublished Press by lmrgraphic Unpublished Press by lmrgraphic
Unpublished Press by lmrgraphic Unpublished Press by lmrgraphic

02

100 Details

Information

Designed in 2020
with Studio Böreck

For Royal Academy of Fine Arts
Antwerp, Belgium

Disciplines

Branding
Communication

Exhibition Design
Motion Design

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Information

The Graphic Design program of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts exhibits itself. Under the title 100 Details, for fourteen days, particular attention is given to the detail. What are these one hundred details with which the programme puts itself in the spotlight? Is it peculiarities or, on the contrary, trivialities that speak most for themselves?

Starting from 001 list of 100 items that represents the recent history of the programme, 023 students multiplied this into 004 lists, 001 audio recording, 008 projectors together creating 001 large projection, 2k4 minutes of film, 010 light boxes and 100 different handouts printed on 1k4 sheets of paper normally worn by runners. However, during its setup, the exhibition was already closed (corona). No exhibition, no public. The handouts were to be bound in 014 catalogues.

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03

Raye the store

Information

Designed in 2020–2021
with Studio Böreck

For Weareraye
London, UK

Disciplines

Branding
Packaging

Printed Matter
Motion Design

Graphic Store Design
Indoor and Outdoor

Information

Healthy—not hungry. Raye is a pop-up concept with innovation, nutrition, and design at its core. Since 2019 raye showcases carefully curated products of the most innovative and exciting food, drinks and wellness brands.

Based on a minimalistic grid system, the typographic identity is flexible to adapt a fresh look from edition to edition. So far, two pop-up events have been taking place in the birth city of raye—London, UK. Each one has been branded with a signature color and typeface, which together with the iconic grid system formed the basis for the unique look.

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Raye by lmrgraphic Raye by lmrgraphic
Raye by lmrgraphic Raye by lmrgraphic

04

WTF 1.8

Information

Designed in 2019

Bachelor Thesis
Prof. Eva Kubinyi

University of Applied Arts
Aachen, Germany

Disciplines

Design Research
Interviews

Branding
Editorial Design

Web Design
Development

Information

We live in times of digitalisation and constant progress. New media are changing the ways we communicate with each other and as designers with society. And with technical progress, our most important means of communication—the written word—is also constantly evolving. WTF1.8 deals with—at that time—new developments in the field of digital typography: Variable Fonts.

Can we as designers produce artworks that react to the environment? Next to a deep-dive in the (digital) history of typography and enlightening interviews with experts, active design research was the core of the project: Based on Webtechnologies and different sensory data, several reactive and interactive posters were produced that can change appearance in relation to sound, movement and other input.

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WTF 1.8 Book design by lmrgraphic WTF 1.8 Book design by lmrgraphic
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WTF 1.8 Book design by lmrgraphic WTF 1.8 Book design by lmrgraphic

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Information

Lisa Reckeweg
Graphic Designer

Experience

2014–2018
Spacepilots
Cologne, Germany

Rebelko
Aachen, Germany

Social Media Aachen
Aachen, Germany

Profile

As a passionate graphic designer with a strong focus on typography I love to explore new methods and technologies. My projects rank from editorial design, branding and exhibition design to web and motion design. To me, it is important that creative decisions are based on a strong concept and intense research—only like this we can produce convincing and stringent work of high quality.

Education

In Public

Designed and coded by

Lisa Reckeweg
60323 Frankfurt am Main
Germany

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Information

Lisa Reckeweg
Graphic Designer

hi@lisa.reckeweg.com
@lmrgraphic

50.1204 N°, 8.6707 E°
Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Experience

2020–Present
Studio Böreck
Frankfurt, Germany

2018–2019
Studio De Ronners
Rotterdam, Netherlands

Morphoria Design
DĂĽsseldorf, Germany

Hauser Lacour
Frankfurt, Germany

2014–2018
Spacepilots
Cologne, Germany

Rebelko
Aachen, Germany

Social Media Aachen
Aachen, Germany

Profile

As a passionate graphic designer with a strong focus on typography I love to explore new methods and technologies. My projects rank from editorial design, branding and exhibition design to web and motion design. To me, it is important that creative decisions are based on a strong concept and intense research—only like this we can produce convincing and stringent work of high quality.

Education

2019–2021
MA Fine Arts
Graphic Design
Royal Academy of Fine Arts
Antwerpen, Belgium

2014–2019
BA Arts
Communication Design
University of Applied Arts
Aachen, Germany

2013
Media and Communications
for Digital Business
University of Applied Arts
Aachen, Germany

In Public

2021
Fonts in use
Online Feature

International Biennale
Exhibition in Chaumont, France

Impressed by Plantin
Exhibition in Antwerpen, Belgium

2020
100 Details
Exhibition in Antwerpen, Belgium

Kreativer Abend
Talk in Hamburg, Germany

Interview with Type01
Online Article

International Affairs
Exhibition in Antwerpen, Belgium

2019
Page Design Magazine
Online Article

Demo Festival
Exhibition in Amsterdam, Netherlands

Design Made in Germany
Print Article

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