Slanted in Rhineland-Palatinate: Communication Design—University of Applied Sciences Mainz
The newly released Slanted Special Issue Rhineland-Palatinate deals with regional design as well as arts and crafts. The German federal state has a long tradition of arts and craftsmanship, supported and kept alive by a strong middle-class as well as strong regional institutions and cultural drivers.
This also includes the Communication Design course of the University of Applied Sciences Mainz, which is one of the three fields in the university’s Design Department. The University of Applied Sciences offers a Bachelors and Masters program in study fields like Advertising, Coding, Conceptual Design, Corporate Design, Design History, Drawing, Editorial Design, Illustration, Interactive Design, Marketing, Photography, Typography, and many others.
Get an impression of the Communication Design department of the University of Applied Sciences Mainz from the current Slanted Special Issue Rhineland-Palatinate or visit their website.
Supported by descom—Designforum Rhineland-Palatinate.
– The Poem Lab, Isabela Dimarco (alumna), Installation, book, 2020. Master projects: bauhauslabor.de. Photos: © Chungbin Kim
– Between Us, dance, fine arts, digital research, and science, cooperation between University of Applied Sciences Mainz, Staatstheater Mainz, and Kunsthalle Mainz, 2019. Photo: © Ronja Butschbacher
– Şimdi heißt jetzt, Eva Feuchter (alumna), 2020. Editor: Maviblau, publisher: Slanted Publishers, watercolor, digital collage
– Singles, photography: Evelyn Dragan (alumna) – Isolation, DIE ZEIT, 2020. Photography: Evelyn Dragan (alumna)
– Bachelor- and Master Exhibition, Julian Lehmann (alumnus), poster design for a virtual exhibition tour 2020, Department of Design University of Applied Sciences Mainz, 2020