2016: »Blaue Zipfel«

Illustration, Text, Editorial Design

Tipped off? Feeling blue? – a shark in the bathtub.
The master´s degree will take three semesters, you can illustrate, write and design. You will fathom out the world. This sounds demanding. And it is. But mostly, it should be a lot of fun for you and for us. We will catch the Mainz Mombach bus till the end of the line, get off and wonder why people are constantly drinking out of water bottles. Or we will roam the intricate paths of the digital world, looking for the sword to crack the algorithmic knot. Regaining your footing from the analog and digital journey will be done by analysing these worlds. The next step involves concepts and applicable ideas. And then you will get down to the nitty-gritty.

program

changes and additions are expected

Semester 1
conception of a magazine, analog and digital.
a book project working with a publishing company
experiments in the workshops
insight into high, pop, and subcultures
practice in illustration, text and layout
workshops and lectures
and a few quick assignments from week to week.

Semester 2
at first an excursion, no matter where.
you will write, illustrate and work on layouts of the magazine you designed
preparation of the master thesis

workshops
Semester 3
sufficient time for the master thesis

faculty
Prof. Monika Aichele
Dr. Karen Knoll
Prof. Nadja Mayer
Prof. Charlotte Schröner

Course instructors at the workshops
Yuko Shimizu
Yuko lives and works in New York. Her colored ink drawings can be seen in New Yorker magazine, as murals in Brooklyn and on billboards. The highly acclaimed Japanese artist is also an illustration instructor at the School of Visual Arts, NYC.
www.yukoart.com

Philipp Mosetter
works and lives as an independent author and actor as well as a copywriter and concept developer in Vienna and Frankfurt. He taught at the FH Darmstadt, Hochschule Mainz and Hochschule für Angewandte Kunst in Vienna.
www.unpublished.at

Jakob Hinrichs
The illustrator Jakob Hinrichs lives and works in Berlin. He became notable especially for his graphic novels, e.g. “The Drinker“ by Hans Fallada. His illustrations have been published in The New York Times and The Guardian. Hinrichs was an illustration instructor at the UdK Berlin and the University of the West of England in Bristol
www.illustration.jakobhinrichs.com

Jonas Natterer
Jonas Natterer worked from 2008 – 2014 as Art Director of NEON magazine. In 2014 he became Art Director at DUMMY magazine. He taught editorial and conceptual design at the FH Mainz and FH Munich. He started working this year as a freelance art director and at the Magazine of the Süddeutsche Zeitung.
diebuben.com


Important information:

Information Day is April 16, 2016 at 2 p.m., Room H 4.09
Hochschule Mainz, Holzstraße 36, 55116 Mainz

portfolio to be turned in by June 15, 2016
send to: Hochschule Mainz, Studierendenbüro, Lucy-Hillebrandstrasse 2, 55128 Mainz
headword: Masterstudiengang Gutenberg Intermedia
further information, e.g. master portfolio, master thesis at
www.gutenberg-intermedia.de/faq
entrance interview on July 4, 2016
online applications



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