Basics Blog Post #2
Postcard set all about lines, patterns, and bodies
Basics Blog Post #2 is now available: A curated selection of works from last years basic studies is published by UdK Verlag. Exploring essential design components such as lines, patterns and bodies the high-quality postcard set includes ten motifs from past semester projects. Its associated appearance and social media motion graphic were designed by students of the Visual Communications basic course. The postcard sets are now available from UdK Verlag. This project was initiated and implemented by the Basics Blog editorial team.
The four-year BA course in Visual Communication starts with getting to know the basic graphical know-how. In the first and second semester, students deal with elementary questions and possibilities of design. The focus is on getting to know the different media and testing their design languages with digital and analogue tools. The fields of observation are image, moving image, space and interaction. During the creative process, the students go through all phases of the design structures in an exemplary fashion—from research and concept to variant creation and production. The tasks are formulated anew for each class. The results are recorded on the Basics Blog Post and you can now get a postcard of selected works in the UdK-Laden.
Basics Blog Post #2
Publisher: Basics, Visual Communication, Berlin University of the Art
Publisher: Verlag der Universität der Künste Berlin, July 2020
Editors: Henrike Uthe, Tessa Meyer, Willie Neumann, Pauline Luca Wunderlich, Stefanie Messner, Jean-Noël Teschauer, Paula Hornickel
With works from: Adel Akram Alameddine, Renata Altenfelder Santos Souza Dias, Nil-Berfin Cakmak, Vincent Carter, Dominic Gollanek, Henri Gimm, Maya Gräfin von Matuschka, Sarah Möricke, May Nguyen, Dain Park, Erik Anton Reinhardt, Manou Schatton, Jean-Noël Teschauer, Leona Elisa Tiemeßen, Pauline Luca Wunderlich, Yui Yamagishi
Photographer: Julian-Eric Christian
Design: Yui Yamagishi, Vincent Carter
Volume: 10 postcards
Format: 10.5 × 14.8 cm
ISBN: 978-3-89462-347-0 (print), 978-3-89462-348-7 (pdf)
Price: 5.– Euro