(print) Visual identity for the Festival of Future Nows 2017 –> ∞.
(web) Documentation website for the Festival of Future Nows at Neue Nationalgalerie Berlin.
BASICS09 is a graphic design studio in Berlin. It was founded in 2005 by Arne Fehmel, Rasso Hilber and Korbinian Kainz. Since then, the studio worked for international clients large and small, mostly from the cultural sector. Since 2016 Leslie Büttel is part of our Team.
We love to work with: Nils Ballhausen, Melek Kainz-Abiska, Ove Numrich.
Morgen und davor – Verlag Hermann Schmidt about Design Reactor, Minarett Verbot and Provinz / BaunetzWoche 484.2017 about Snapshot book / Bauwelt 14.2016 and BauNetz.de about Perfect Scale / Weltformat 15 – poster festival Luzern “Anschlag – Berlin” exhibition / Page 07.2015 about the website for Zwölf / Quartessenz 2011 reprinted left page about Walter Pichler / Beef 2011 about the young German design scene / Art Magazine, Bayern 2, Vernissage TV, ARD, Bild am Sonntag, Stern.de, Schwäbische Zeitung 2010 about PROVINZ / Creating Great Graphic Design to a Budget, 2010 showcasing various work / w.e.b magazine, South Corea 2008 about studiokowski.de / Taschen WebDesign: FlashFolios 2009 about basics09.de / Novum magazine, Page Magazine 2006, ARD Teletext 2005 about the iclip / Web Design Index 2008 about BASICS09 / Typo Berlin 2006 official speakers / Ping Pong Projekt 2006 about various projects
The Beauty and the Book: Finalist 2016 Snapshot / Awwwards Site of the Day 2013 Website Björn Meier / German Design Award 2013 Nominee / 100 beste Plakate 2011 The Phoenix is Closer than it Appears / 100 beste Plakate 2010 PROVINZ – Eine Ausstellung im Sommer 2010 / Webby Awards Official Honoree 2010 Website MoMA – Ron Arad / Output Award 2010 Visualisation of Sound / 100 beste Plakate 2009 A comment on the political situation in Switzerland in 2009 / FWA Site of the Day 2008 Website BASICS09 / North Sea Jazz Festival Art Poster Award 2008, 1st Prize / LAW Award Bayern 2 2008, 1st Prize Video “Schlangenbader” / FWA Site of the Day 2007 Website Studiokowski / iClip Award 2006, 1st Prize iClip “Lusine.icl – Ciao” / Various Web-Awards 2005 –2018 (FCUKStar, Designcharts, Dope, …)
We are constantly looking for new talents in the field of web development, to expand our network of freelancers in this section. You should feel comfortable with terms like
HTML5, CSS3, PHP
A bit of German wouldn’t hurt, but is not necessary :) If this sounds like you, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are offering an internship for a period of six months, to students as a mandatory part of their studies. Please send us your application containing cover letter, CV and PDF portfolio (max 10MB) to email@example.com
The next start is in september.
Thank you for your understanding, that we are unable to reply to every application.
(print) Poster for “Das stille Band”, a choreographic a cappella opera by Magda Korsinsky.
(web) For Institut für Raumexperimente, we designed three documentation websites for three exhibitions in China, Ethiopia and Germany.
(print) Poster and Flyer for the exhibition “Accidental Accomplishment” at Institut für Raumexperimente.
(print) We made a poster, flyer and floorplan for the exhibition “Glasauge” by the Institut für Raumexperimente.
(web) Over the past time we built quite a few websites based on the superb grid functionality of jquery isotope.
(blog) Students from the “Ecole nationale supérieure des Arts visuels de La Cambre” and another group from the “Maastricht Academy of Fine Arts and Design” visited our studio.
(print) New material for the Juso-Hochschulgruppen! Poster, flyer, door hanger, sticker.
(web) For the french NGO “Jeunesse et Reconstruction” we designed and developed their new website.
(print) Spread for the weekly series “Mehr Berlin” in Tagesspiegel Saturday, October 8th 2011.
(print) Posterflyer for a show of Institut für Raumexperimente in Zagreb.
(web) For the Deutsche Kinemathek – Museum für Film und Fernsehen we built this massive archive website.
(web) Website for the exhibtion “Ron Arad: No Discipline” at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
(web) iClip for the musician Lusine.icl. A microsampler to play with the song “ciao”.
(blog) We just returned from Paris where we handed over the meanwhile already 5th issue of the yearly brochure for Jeunesse and Reconstruction at the print shop.