Martin Golombek is a graphic designer based in Basel working in editorial design, art direction and digital applications. His visual solutions have a strong focus on typography. He works with clients from the areas of education, culture and business.


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Martin Golombek
Visual Communication
Schaffhauserrheinweg 55
4058 Basel
SWITZERLAND

Ausgewählte Kunden:

  • ETH Zurich
  • FHNW Academy of Art and Design Basel
  • University of Basel
  • University of Siegen
  • University of Zurich
  • Bellevue — Space for Photographie
  • Edition Imorde, Gebr. Mann Publisher, Berlin
  • Kunsthistorischer Studierendenkongress
  • Art Club Familie Montez
  • Material Archive, Zurich
  • Moff — Magazin zur Kunst-Szene im Rheinland
  • new cinema Basel
  • Theater Basel
  • Viola Diehl Archive
  • Duplex Architects
  • Johann Clausen Photography
  • Units — Digital Production
  • Swiss Engineering Institute
Info

ETH Week — Collaborative learning by design

Documentation, edited by Christine Bratrich and Lex Schaul, ETH Zurich Sustainability, Zurich, 19,5 × 26,5 cm, 160 pages

Johann Clausen

Website and wordmark, www.johannclausen.com, development: Jonas Braier

Johann Clausen

Custom wordmark for Johann Clausen, www.johannclausen.com

past & post – Fotografie in Archiv & Netz

Exhibition catalog, BelleVue — Space for Photography, Basel, 24 × 37 cm, 36 pages

UNITS Digital Production

Website, www.unitsdigitalproduction.com, development: Jonas Breier

OCÉANE

Website, www.oceane.blue, photography: Alexander Graeser and Johann Clausen

OCÉANE

Website, www.oceane.blue, photography: Alexander Graeser and Johann Clausen

Bauhaus-Paradigms

Series of posters, international conference, University of Siegen

Bauhaus-Paradigms

Website, www.bauhaus-paradigmen.de, international conference, University of Siegen

What Can Be Done to Make Trouble? A Question of Contemporary Art

Exhibition catalogue, art club Familie Montez, Edition Imorde, Gebr. Mann Verlag, Berlin, 17 x 24 cm, 104 pages, edition with 7 different covers, with Marie-Louise Greb

Moff – Künstlerinnen und Künstler im Gespräch Szene Rheinland

Magazine, Nr. 18, edited by Stefanie Klingemann, Cologne, 23,5 × 33 cm, 56 pages, cover with an artist’s edition by Rozbeh Asmani, with Marie-Louise Greb

  1. In den Künsten

Series of posters, lecture series, University of Siegen in Cooperation with the Museum for Contemporary Art, Siegen

ASMR

Series of posters with augmented reality details, photography: Johann Clausen

ASMR

Series of posters with augmented reality details, photography: Johann Clausen

ASMR

Series of posters with augmented reality details, photography: Johann Clausen

Peripherie. Wer steht am Rand?

Edited proceedings of the 81th conference of Art History students, University of Siegen, edited by Ludwig Andert and Anne Röhl, Edition Imorde, Emsdetten, 15,8 × 22 cm, 152 pages, with Marie-Louise Greb

Zaha Hadid Architects. Heydar Aliyev Center

Illustrated book, edited by Saffet Kaya Bekiroglu, Lars Müller Publishers, Zurich, two volumes, 21 × 33 cm, 128 pages, with Lars Müller Publishers

Trudels Haus. Ein Sperriges Erbe

Exhibition catalogue, edited by the Hans Trudel-Haus foundation, Baden, 16 × 24 cm, 412 pages, with Lars Müller Publishers

Ruine

Booklet, 21 × 29,7 cm, 52 pages, photography: Johann Clausen, text: Max Link

Ruine

Website, www.ruuuine.com, photography: Johann Clausen, text: Max Link

Ruine

Display typeface in three styles

Univers Oignon

Display typeface in four styles, for König Galerie, with Heimann und Schwantes

2=1+1. Ehe – Trennung – Freiheit

Poster and leaflet, new cinema Basel

Ecoloc

Visual identity, digital and print

Foldable Pictures. Implications of Mediality

Leaflet and poster, international conference, Institute of Art History, University of Zurich, with Marie-Louise Greb

Basel school of design, Annual report 2013/14

Annual report, edited by Basel school of design, Basel, 14,8 × 21 cm, 112 pages, with Office for Design

Viola Diehl Archiv

Website, www.violadiehlarchiv.ch, with Office for Design, development: Tom Walsh