Wibke Bramesfeld

is a german graphic designer currently based in Eindhoven. Her scope of works includes books, editorials, visual identities and photography. In her view, a designer‘s quality lies in his ability to transform information into visual images and its general accessibility. Feel free to contact her for business inquiries.

Kriegskinder;
2016–Graduation project B.A.

Four different stories about childhoods lived during Second World War. Four stories representing thousand of childhoods lived during that time. The book contains no names or no faces. Everyone should be able to empathize with the stories.
Hochschule Düsseldorf
tutor: Victor Malsy and Dirk Heinrich

Freedom of press; 2017
By using the research tools – tools journalists are producing – the timeline of the lack of press freedom in Turkey is told. These tools including headlines and articles written by german journalist Deniz Yücel and the names of all currently imprisoned journalists in Turkey.
Design Academy Eindhoven, tutor: Arthur Roeloffzen

Viktoria; 2017
Visual identity; Professional, but personal. Character and individual but diverse – an all-round talent. Visualized is the collaboration of different professional qualities in one person.

istanbul; 2015
A field trip to Turkey‘s megacity Istanbul reveald an insight into its different boroughs. Neighborhoods that functioned like independent cities; inhabitants had no need to leave their district at all. Most of the housing condition and the peoples‘ attitude towards their buildings and neglecting maintenance are shocking.

Environmental Diplomacy Project; 2015/16
The aim is to teach people in a fun way what they can do in their daily life to act environmentally friendly and through that:
 Let people easily make an impact by keeping their environment clean and reduce air pollution.
 For every action they make, that helps the environment and reduces air pollution they can collect an ozone hole from one of the years behind and put it in the right place of their personal sticker booklet.
Hochschule Düsseldorf, tutor: Gabi Schillig; project with Felix Obermaier; The project emerged during a workshop with Kadambari Baxi at Columbia University and Barnard College in NYC.

photography; 2015–2017
Collection of photoshoots for jewellery designers, for jewellery Alexandra Seuß and Anja Bachmann.

Education

since 09.2017
Information Design, Master of Arts; Design Academy Eindhoven

2012–2016
B.A. Communication Design; Hochschule Düsseldorf, PBSA

08.2014–01.2015
Högskolan för design och konsthantverk, Göteborg, Sweden

Exhibition

10.2016–01.2017
Sprache als Ereignis. Ein allegorischer Liebesbrief; Heinrich-Heine-Institut Düsseldorf

07.2016
Werkschau, Graduation Show,Hochschule Düsseldorf



Educational Promotion

11.2015
workshop cooperation Columbia University & Barnard College NYC

10.2009
school exchange Umeå, Sweden

2007–2012
educational promotion for artistically talented students Gymnasium Wülfrath

Working Experience

Freelance designer & photographer
clients: Alexandra Seuß Jewellery, Anja Bachmann Jewellery, Karin Heimberger Jewellery, Marc O´Polo Accessories GmbH, Utimaco GmbH, Tätowiermanufaktur – Joanna Pölck

01–06.2017
Internship; Verlag Hermann Schmidt, Mainz

10–12.2016
Graphic designer; Utimaco, Aachen

12.2013–05.2016
Graphic designer; Echtzeit, Düsseldorf

06–08.2012
Internship creation; Echtzeit, Düsseldorf

04.2011
Internship TV production; wellenreiter.tv, Cologne

06.2009
Internship print shop; MDC, Mettmann




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