Björn Giesecke is a graphic designer based in Berlin, focusing on typography, type design and printing.

Mail bg@bjoerngiesecke.com
IG @bjoerngiesecke

Previously at Druckerei zu Altenburg – DZA

Worked with
2019 NODE Berlin
2019 Sean Yendrys
2017 mm+

Educated at
Universität der Künste Berlin
(Klasse Fons Hickmann)
Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg
(Klasse Ingo Offermanns)
Universität Rostock

Last updated 8.11.2019

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Pharoah
drawing order for upcoming typeface
MAGICAL LIMBS
Timbuktu variable typeface first in use for Magical Limbs, a short animation series by Simon Lange
Site-specific 18/1-posters on three billboards in Berlin: Rosenthaler Straße 39, Nauener Platz subway station and Paulstraße 19
Rota Spectral 202 Spot Color
Printing Rota Spectral 202 spot color for Künste Lehren VI at the University of the Arts Berlin with Lucas Liccini
Leaflet for the annual exhibition of Klasse Hickmann at University of the Arts Berlin, signage with Kristin Krause
Number for my grandmas house, Oracal cut plot
Arielvetica, Helverial
Poster for Protocol 10 magazine with Philipp Lehr and Fred Heinsohn
business card
open for business