Marc Philip van Kempen (1979) is a Dutch artist living in Amsterdam and Berlin. Much of his practice consists out of life-sized threedimensional reconstructions of media images that result in a kind of ‘spatial collage’. His work brings elements of photography, sculpture and new media together in unconventional ways, challenging the viewers perspective.
Malte is a Berlin and New York based freelance Design Director. He has been working for over a decade for clients like Nike, Beats, Audi, Adidas, Google, Facebook and The North Face reinventing their visual languages.
Malte has created visual systems, built digital products and led global campaigns for studios and agencies such as SidLee, R/GA, Razorfish, Method, B-Reel, Meta Design and Firstborn.
Nik Neves is a Brazilian comic author and illustrator. Living between Berlin (Germany) and Porto Alegre (Brazil), this illustrator and graphic artist has in travel a major influence. Much of his work is related with the travel experience, from illustrated maps, sketchbook, until comics and visual diaries. His work can be seen in the books, “Illustration now! 5”, and “Mind the Map” from the German publishing houses Taschen and Gestalten.
Tanja Hildebrandt is a graphic designer, illustrator and print maker currently living in Berlin. She's currently working on her diploma project in communication design, besides she runs her small label TanTan Things, where she can bring her illustrations and patterns to life. She creates screenprinted textile and paper products such as postcards, notebooks and posters. Everything is produced in small batch series. She loves the combination from black and white to vivid colors, the contrast between bold shapes to fine lines and nice things that reminds her on childhood.