Holger Windfuhr: Celebrating the Analogue Revolution

Holger Windfuhr: Celebrating the Analogue Revolution

From landlines to iPhones, snail mail to email and newspapers to notifications — we’ve witnessed the digital revolution creep into almost every aspect of daily life. Now, leaders in the design community are pushing back and shining a light on the importance of print. Art director of high-profile German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitungspoke (F.A.Z), Holger WInduhr, spoke at last week’s Creative Paper Conference and to Munich Vibe about the human need for touch and the value of analog design. This year the Creative Paper Conference theme is Analogue Revolution. What…

Ana Pascual from Mucwalk: A new perspective of the city

Ana Pascual from Mucwalk: A new perspective of the city

Ana Pascual likes to rediscover Munich by taking beautiful and creative pictures of Munich’s corners, walls, perspectives and landscapes in, and out of the city. She publishes them into the Instagram account Mucwalk, a must-follow profile. We had the opportunity to talk with her about her favorite places in the city, architecture, and hidden gems. Tell us a little bit about yourself I’m Ana, an architect from Madrid who is living in Munich for three years now. I came to Germany because of work and because I have a special…

Novum Magazine: It’s all about print

Novum Magazine: It’s all about print

On the occasion of the Forward festival for design, creativity, and communication, we interviewed Novum Magazine’s deputy-editor-in-chief Christine Moosmann, and art director Tobias Holzmann to talk about design, Munich and the unusual covers of this printed magazine about design. They will host the Creative Paper Conference on 25th and 26th of October about printing finishes, fine papers and all that is related to designing and producing outstanding print products. What is for you good design? Christine: Good design is design that solves the problem and has an added value. It needs…

Matthias Schmidt: Baklava, Giorgio Moroder, synthesizers and Knobs & Wires

Matthias Schmidt: Baklava, Giorgio Moroder, synthesizers and Knobs & Wires

We begin a new section on Munich Vibe about creative people who live in Munich and do amazing things. The first person to open this section is Matthias Schmidt, an architect, promoter and synthesizer lover responsible of the festival Knobs & Wires which takes place the next 2nd of June. Tell us a little about yourself. What do you do in Munich? When I’m not busy working as an architect, I’m booking concerts at venues like Milla, Import Export, Unter Deck or Glockenbachwerkstatt under the moniker of Tapefruit. Lately I’m…