Kontrast trifft Kreativität trifft Wort trifft Warten


  • Kontrast trifft Kreativität trifft
    Wort trifft Warten
    "Contrast meets Creativity meets Word meets Waiting"

    A meeting is an encounter, a get-together, a coffee talk, a gathering. "Contrast meets Creativity meets Word meets Waiting" is a two-part book that deals with the gathering of contrast, creativity and design. Divided into a theoretical and practical part, design meets contrast, contrast meets creativity and creativity meets two books.

    The first book explores the meaning of contrasts, where and how they emerge and how they are used in design. The book is a guide for creatives with the aim to learn about contrasts and how to use them for creating new creativity. Several examples of contrasts are shown and explained.

    The second book visualizes the use of contrasts on the basis of the philosophical conflict of a young designer with his previous life and his upcoming goals. The topic of waiting plays an important role within the content and design of "Word meets Waiting". Personally experienced contrasts are described in the ascent of Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, the cultural differences and their own physical limits. By using creative and stylistic contrasts, the work breaks through the boundaries of conventional book design.

    What is the definition of contrasts and how are they used in our everyday lives to evoke creativity? How might we improve our craft as a designer with contrasts? How might we create a more creative way of dealing with contrasts and build tension in our work? Is contrast the basis for creativity? The answer might be found in "Contrast meets creativity meets word meets waiting".


  • Book: Kontrast trifft Kreativität



  • Book: Wort trifft Warten



  • Typeface: Bissgurn

  • Kontrast trifft Kreativität trifft
    Wort trifft Warten
    "Contrast meets Creativity meets
    Word meets Waiting"

    FH Joanneum Graz
    Institut Design und Kommunikation
    idk.fh-joanneum.at

    ISBN: 978-3-9503802-7-9

    Author and Design:
    Daniel Stuhlpfarrer
    www.danielstu.com

    Typefaces:
    African – Allen R. Walden
    Bissgurn – Daniel Stuhlpfarrer
    Doorn – Anton Scholtz
    Substance – Marcus Sterz
    Wien Pro – Ekke Wolf