Björn Giesecke is based in Berlin and Tallinn collaborating with artists, institutions, curators, printers, friends on books, websites, identities, typefaces, posters, exhibitions, and other works.
Worked with
since 2020 JMMP
2019 Sean Yendrys
2019 NLF-Team
2018–2019 NODE Berlin Oslo
Educated at
EKA Eesti Kunstiakadeemia, Tallinn
HFBK University of Fine Arts, Hamburg
UdK University of the Arts, Berlin
University of Rostock
typeface catalogue on request
work in progress Ex Libris for EKA GD MA, with Otso Peräsaari
Readings for Dog-Ears, Ordrupgaard 2021, ongoing
Archive for KÜNSTE LEHREN VI, an event at the University of the Arts Berlin, with Lucas Liccini
Website for Design & Computation. A new inter-university, interdisciplinary, research-oriented master's program in cooperation between the Berlin University of the Arts and the Technical University Berlin, with Lucas Liccini
Menu cards for EKA GD MA dinner, with Otso Peräsaari
Invitation written on window front of ONN, Tallinn
Pumpkin punch and a liveset by Tobias Textor
Drawing instruction for an upcoming typeface
Offset printing techniques on Rotaprint 36K/45K with a local printshop in Wedding, Berlin
Website for Wasserschloss Quilow. One of the few remaining houses from the Renaissance period in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern opened its doors in 2020 after extensive renovation and restoration work, with JMMP
The bilingual catalog IN THE SHADOW OF VENUS: LISA REIHANA & PACIFIC TAONGA is accompanying the correspondent exhibition at MARKK Hamburg. It picks up on the parallel narrative of the space and it portrays Lisa Reihana’s work as well as the 20 objects displayed, with NLF-Team
Supplements to the library of EKA GD MA, with Otso Peräsaari
Poster for a lecture by Stuart Bertolotti-Bailey at EKA, Tallinn
Graphic Design Confabulatons is a new free online public lecture series presented by the MA in Graphic Design program at the Estonian Academy of Arts, curated by Rosen Eveleigh. All lectures are streamed on the EKA GD MA Twitch page,, visuals with Paula Buškevica
Updated: 20.11.2021