I have been working as freelance graphic designer for some time, but I did mostly boring printdesign for small advertisement agencies which is the reason why I gave that up after a few years and there are not much works to actually “show off”.
Just two projects that I am still quite proud of:
A poster/postcard campaign for a local theater-festival. The cool thing about this design is that it’s all completely analogue, the whole design was created by hand as you can see it and was then scanned and printed. This actually made it very special, that poster stood out whereever it was displayed.
A nice project done for a museum. They had an exhibition in a huge room with a lot of cabinets and the goal was to display a panorama on the backsides of these cabinets, a picture that “fell into place” when you entered the room.
It took some heavy thinking, some paper and basic knowledge of geometry to figure out how this could be done at all, then I used Photoshop and 3Ds Max to run some tests and in the end I gave a few odd-looking images (clippings of a larger picture) to the printing company. Actually no one (including me) knew if it was going to work at all, but it did to certain degree, the problem was that the budget did not allow to apply prints to the sides of these cabinets, which is the reason why you see those white sides in the picture below. But the idea as such did work wonderfully.