For some time now, motion design has been a part of the everyday graphic design scene. Whether it's advertising or art materials, the moving image is becoming indispensable. This phenomenon opens up many new possibilities and forms of expression for the designer, which are reflected in the final result, but also stimulate the conceptual and design process.
The two-day workshop with Paul Voggenreiter, part of the FIG. 3, is designed for graphic design students and young professionals who want to gain experience in the field of motion design. Accompanied by a short introduction and background information, during the workshop participants will explore the connections between analogue and digital graphic design, develop concepts and discuss them together based on the graphic poster.
The workshop is oriented towards discussion and finding solutions based on a concept rather than achieving a perfect result.
Those interested in joining the workshop on March 27 and 28 at the KO-OP can apply until March 5.
Further information about the workshop and the eligibility requirements can be found here.
© PAUL VOGGENREITER
Paul Voggenreiter (b. 1983, Germany) currently lives and works in Veliko Turnovo, Bulgaria. Since graduating HFBK University of Fine Arts Hamburg in 2019, Voggenreiter works for a broad range of clients all over Europe. He focuses on digital and printed media such as books and publications, visual identities, websites, moving images and motion design. In addition to his commissioned work, he occasionally initiates cross-national cooperation projects.
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