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Owners: Miriam Jacobi & Elke Maren Hausch

"Fresse" is a redesign of the "frieze", a magazine for contemporary art and culture. Within this field "frieze" covers various comprehensive topics on people, recent events and further relevant occasions. The magazine is laid out bilingually (illustrated by two different fonts) targeting and spreading the content to an international audience.

The "fresse" magazine is designed to be a personal documentation of our works, which makes it more approachable, intimate and young. We seized the principle of bilingualism to contrast our very own thoughts on the projects: The different fonts do not serve to highlight the translation of textual content but illustrate our individual perception/idea and point of view. 

 

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