Studio Charlotte Rohde
Studio Charlotte Rohde
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defrag Zine: Magazine for feminist_utopist thought experiments. An initiative by Ina Holev, Jolande Hörrmann, Lisa Tracy Michalik & Lan Nguyen
We Stepped Into The Light And Our Bodies Caught A Little Fire: Poster for the annual christmas dinner of the Sandberg Institute. Original image by Octave Rimbert-Rivière. Silkscreen, A1, 2019
Skincare For Unruly Bodies: A Hydro-Drama in Four Acts.
Catalogue for Düsseldorf-based Artist Rene Hüls
: Webdesign for a Berlin based independent curators' collective, launched 2020
Letterings for The Digital Fairy London, 2019
Not Too Close To The Walls Or The Corners :
Exhibition Design for the Sandberg Instituut Design Department Graduation 2019 in collaboration with Tali Liberman, Heleen Mineur and Wouter Stroet.
PUB Laboratory for Typographic Embodiment:
To create a collaborative research practice, I initiated a research group at the Sandberg Instituut together with
Miquel Hervás Gómez
to create a space for exchange and inspiration of experimental type work. We invite designers from the field to have an external input.
Type Club Düsseldorf:
The Type Club is a curated online platform for type designs and type sketches by students of the University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf.
Despite the name, it is not an actual club consisting of a defined group of people, but rather a gathering of interested participants across the faculty. The Type Club intends to present said designs in order to initiate dialogue and to participate in the discourse of designers worldwide. The Type Club aims to offer interested people another opportunity to grow through discourse.
Publication within the framework of the course "Gesellschafts- und Wirtschaftskommunikation" at Universität der Künste Berlin. Text by Felix Haas, Stephanie Holl-Trieu, Jan Malte Kunkel, Gina Merz, Nicole Rieger, Katharina Schmidt and Fotini Takirdiki
The Loneliness T-Shirt:
I teamed up with
, a Berlin-based fashion brand and created this Shirt. The receipt on the back pays tribute to the famous internet meme 哥吃的不是面,是寂寞 - „What this brother is eating aren't noodles, but loneliness!“ Shortly after the original post, netizens began repeating this sentence with slight variations, giving birth to the phrasal template „What X is Y‘ing is not Z, it is loneliness" –
My contribution to Zeitgeist, a publication and digital exhibition by Lena Manger und Annika Soja.
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