Typevents joins forces with German design agency
To which end, Typevents is delighted to announce it has entered into a design-partnership with Iconstorm, a newly established Frankfurt-based Markentechnik Agency. Typevents have given Iconstorm a completely free-reign to create a range of publicity items that will not only provide a practical selection of printed material, but which will also serve as a visual commentary on new approaches to design, act as a vehicle for new typefaces and papers, and demonstrate what can be achieved when good design is combined with excellence in printing.
Iconstorm (www.iconstorm.com) offers consultancy and design services for the launching and re-launching of successful brands. Fronted by Jens Bothmer and Felix Guder, the company was formed in 2004, following Bothmer and Guder’s successful five-year management partnership at, one of Germany’s most creative online-agencies.
Beacon Press, UK; FontWorks, London, UK; Iconstorm, Germany; VIP Paper, UK
Print Week, UK; Rob Clayton Photography, UK
Typevents LLP is a UK-based multi-national partnership that provides comprehensive events, marketing and PR consultancy services to the printing, paper, type and graphic design communities.
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