Germany it’s a beautiful country indeed, so today we want to show you the Top 5 Graphic Designers in Germany. These graphic designers are among the best in their field and in what they do.

Jan Michael Richter

Jan Michael Richter as well known as Jamiri is a graphic designer and brilliant comic book cartoonist, his drawings consist of only one image and generally mostly about his alter ego.

Many events are borrowed from actual events.

Jamiri focuses his comics largely on private topics. Occasional statements on social issues are usually packaged in everyday scenes. He reveals contradictions by regularly combining and contrasting intellectual heights and banal everyday activities.

Max Weinland

Max Weinland as a Graphic Designer, has developed some design magazines, books, identities, websites, and typefaces. He’s been working with some institutions, publishers, enterprises, artists, collectives, and agencies since 2011.
At the time he is working with the photographer Charlotte Schreiber, on a book and identity with photographers DLMK Studio, on a new identity and an archival website for Noel Richter with Timo Durst and preparing a publishing workshop at Leuphana University Lüneburg.

Otl Aicher

Aicher’s work was based in part on iconography for the ’64 Games. He created a set of pictograms meant to provide a visual interpretation of the sport they featured so that athletes and visitors to the Olympic village and stadium could find their way around. Aicher created pictograms using a series of grid systems and a specific bright color palette that he chose for these Games.

“Good art inspires; Good design motivates.” – Otl Aicher

Erik Spiekermann

Erik Spiekermann is a German Graphic Designer and writer but is specialized in typography. “I have been suffering from Typomania all my life, a sickness that is incurable but not lethal”, he is also an honorary professor at the University of the Arts Bremen and Art Center College of Design.

Erik studied art history and funding himself a letterpress printing press in the basement of his own house. Between the years 1972 and 1979, he worked as a freelance graphic designer in London before returning to Berlin and founding MetaDesign with two partners. In 1989, he and his then-wife started the FontShop (the first mail-order distributor for digital fonts). FontShop International followed and now publishes the FontFont range of typefaces. MetaDesign combined clean information design and complex corporate design systems for clients like Bvg, Düsseldorf Airport, Audi, Volkswagen, and Heidelberg Printing, among others.

Fons Hickmann

Fons Matthias Hickmann is a German Graphic Designer, Typographer, author, and professor of communication design at the Berlin University of the Arts.
Fons studied photography and communication design. He has the m23 a design studio in Berlin whos focus is on the development of complex communication systems, corporate design, book, poster, magazine and web design.
Fons Hickmann is increasingly involved in the publishing of Literature devoted to different fields, from photography to media theory, through to football and pop-cultural phenomena, you can see his passion in his work.

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