Adobe Hidden Treasures –

Webdesign

Hidden Treasures –

Webdesign

With Hidden Treasures Adobe not only revamped Fonts from Bauhaus icons like Joost Schmidt or Xanti Schawinsky, but also created design challenges for the creative community.

With Hidden Treasures Adobe not only revamped Fonts from Bauhaus icons like Joost Schmidt or Xanti Schawinsky, but also created design challenges for the creative community.

With Hidden Treasures Adobe not only revamped Fonts from Bauhaus icons like Joost Schmidt or Xanti Schawinsky, but also created design challenges for the creative community.

With Hidden Treasures Adobe not only revamped Fonts from Bauhaus icons like Joost Schmidt or Xanti Schawinsky, but also created design challenges for the creative community.

The software manufacturer Adobe, with its Hidden Treasures of Creativity series, updates historical art and design topics in the digital context of the 21st century. The project was accompanied by Erik Spiekermann and Ferdinand Ulrich from p98a.berlin as well as Torsten Blume from the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation. In addition, there was the opportunity, in the course of various challenges, to use the Bauhaus typefaces in various projects. I decided to join the fourth design challenge. This involved designing a Bauhaus-style website using the re-lived typefaces. You can see the product here.

The software manufacturer Adobe, with its Hidden Treasures of Creativity series, updates historical art and design topics in the digital context of the 21st century. The project was accompanied by Erik Spiekermann and Ferdinand Ulrich from p98a.berlin as well as Torsten Blume from the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation. In addition, there was the opportunity, in the course of various challenges, to use the Bauhaus typefaces in various projects. I decided to join the fourth design challenge. This involved designing a Bauhaus-style website using the re-lived typefaces. You can see the product here.

The software manufacturer Adobe, with its Hidden Treasures of Creativity series, updates historical art and design topics in the digital context of the 21st century. The project was accompanied by Erik Spiekermann and Ferdinand Ulrich from p98a.berlin as well as Torsten Blume from the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation. In addition, there was the opportunity, in the course of various challenges, to use the Bauhaus typefaces in various projects. I decided to join the fourth design challenge. This involved designing a Bauhaus-style website using the re-lived typefaces. You can see the product here.

The software manufacturer Adobe, with its Hidden Treasures of Creativity series, updates historical art and design topics in the digital context of the 21st century. The project was accompanied by Erik Spiekermann and Ferdinand Ulrich from p98a.berlin as well as Torsten Blume from the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation. In addition, there was the opportunity, in the course of various challenges, to use the Bauhaus typefaces in various projects. I decided to join the fourth design challenge. This involved designing a Bauhaus-style website using the re-lived typefaces. You can see the product here.

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