Graphic Design & Art Direction
Hell wie der lichte TagGraduation Project, 2018
Edition and book design for the graduation project »Hell wie der lichte Tag« [Bright as the Light Day] about the dark side of light and illumination in the darkness containing information about artificial light and light pollution. The content is supported by four different papers and a glow-in-the-dark screenprint cover.
BRASILIA No.5—»Waste«University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Hanover
Art direction, editorial design and edition for the fifth issue of the monothematical BRASILIA magazine with the theme »Waste«, published by the department for design and media at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Hanover. Winner of the international Stack Awards 2018 as »Student Magazine of the Year« and the DDC Award »Gute Gestaltung« 2019.
KunstSommer 2018City of Hanover
Visual identity and poster design for the KunstSommer 2018 [art summer], a summer academy for design-loving highschool students in Hanover. In cooperation with David Turner.
Year Book 2018University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Hanover
Art Direction, editorial design and text for the Year Book 2018 of the department for design and media at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Hanover. Containing all the final works and editorial texts. Photography by Ricardo Wiesinger.
Worte—UnworteUniversity of Applied Sciences and Arts, Hanover, 2017
Visual identity and poster design for the poster exhibition »Worte—Unworte« of a the Visual Communication class at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts that took place at the Museum August Kestner, Hanover.
BRASILIA No.4 — »Daughters & Sons«University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Hanover
Art direction, editorial design and edition for the fourth issue of the monothematical BRASILIA magazine dedicated to the theme »Daughters & Sons«, published by the department of design and media at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Hanover. Together with Christian Vukomanovic.
Engagement beerdigtSelf-initiated, 2016
Concept, design and photography of a book about the past, the present and the future of the so-called Gartenfriedhof [garden cemetery] in the centre of Hanover. The publication containing historic, current and fictitiuos texts is based on the locally famous story of the broken grave of Henriette Rühling.
DIN Blind RegularSelf-initiated, 2016
Concept and design of a monospaced typeface for the simultaneous use with imprinted Braille dot letters for tactile reading. Based on the E-DIN 32976 it's supposed to make it easier for blind people to access and read printed matter.
Arne Meyer is a free graphic designer and art director based in Hanover, Germany. In 2014 he received a bachelor's degree in Public Relations, before he started studying Visual Communication at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Hanover, where he graduated in 2018 with distinction. Since 2017 he is art director of BRASILIA magazine, which was awarded with the Stack Award 2018 in the category »Student Magazine of the Year« and the DDC-Award »Good Design 2019«. His work focusses on book design and visual concepts for print und web.
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Museum August Kestner
Hafenmuseum Speicher XI
Freies Musiktheater Hamburg
DIPF Frankfurt am Main
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