Fred Heinsohn is a Berlin-based designer. His studio focuses on developing forward-thinking design solutions through visual languages that contextualise craft and innovation. His work has its roots in print media and inspires progress by combining rigour and enthusiasm. Fred often draws inspiration from queer and feminist theories and is fascinated by the intersection of space, language and design. His work is at the forefront of contemporary culture – always in touch with the social and political currents of our time. Since 2015, Fred Heinsohn has been collaborating with various clients in the cultural and business sectors, creating work that ranges from directing campaigns, to editorial design and lettering. In 2020, he graduated from the Berlin University of the Arts with...
Lamas Burgariotti is a multidisciplinary graphic design studio located in Buenos Aires and Madrid. Their practice is linked to visual arts and culturally-focused design projects. They work closely with artists, designers, curators, writers, filmmakers, dancers, architects, publishers, among other disciplines. They specialize in creative direction, art direction, graphic design, editorial design, web design, and visual identity systems, as well as art pieces and installations. Lamas Burgariotti find the intersection between art and design fundamental to their work.
Frances is a UK based multidisciplinary Textile Designer specializing in Rug design. Her practice explores materiality as a tangible form of social fabric which can be interpreted through environmental soundscapes, capturing deconstructed rhythms of places, objects, and memories by creating a visual map of sound. Through freehand drawing she uses her hand as an instrument of the mind, working closely with her subconscious- an imperfect tool.
Saana Mirzaie is an artist and a model. Recently featured in Het Parool, Mirzaie boldly shared the story behind her art. In her eating disorder recovery journey, Mirzaie discovered drawing and painting as the outlets through which she could deal with her demons.
When Saana and Philip met at Soho House, Philip was quickly impressed by both the quality of her work and her vivacious personality. The collaboration that followed led to the creation of the 'Saana' rug, which Mirzaie has described as a symbol for finally being healthy and following her heart.
Photo: Nicky Onderwater
Nina Sinding’s works refer to the state of uncontrolled consciousness, where the flow is halfway guided, halfway creating a life of its own. The final shapes are revealing forms, patterns, structures that resemble nature. By revealing organic forms, patterns and structures people may read themselves into. According to her, ’What I find, is not what you find. What I see, you see differently’. Nina’s approach is a personal relationship between the design itself and the observer.Philip met Nina in Copenhagen while working with BRIQ Retail development agency. She convinced us with her energy and artistic approach next to the inspiring work she does at Branding Agency.