The graphic design practice of Jasper Otto Eisenecker (*1985, Berlin) is based in Hannover, Germany. The studio has a conceptual approach to graphic design and is active in the fields of book design, visual identity, exhibition design and web-projects.
Please get in touch for inquiries or questions:
+49 (0) 178 1651553
Besides commissions from the field of arts and culture, Jasper is available for freelance work and shares same interests by collaborating with other creatives. The studio also works on autonomous projects, where the research-driven outcomes follow a special interest in the dichotomy between virtual phenomena, such as online censorship or digital memory and its translation into printed matter.
Jasper has a background in the teacher’s profession and studied graphic design in Hannover, at ArtEZ Arnhem (NL) and obtained his diploma degree in Maureen Mooren’s System Design Class at the Academy for Fine Arts, Leipzig. He participated in exhibitions, such as Razzle Dazzle in Turin (IT) or Plan D Design-Festival in Zagreb (CR). He is teaching on a regular basis at the University of Applied Arts and Sciences, Hannover and at the University for the Arts, Bremen (HFK).
Commissioners and collaborators:
Academy for Fine Arts Leipzig
Ace & Tate (NL)
Fotohof Edition (AT)
Jewish Museum Berlin
Meta Copy–Zentrale für Künstlerpublikationen
Neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst/nGbK
Pinery Films (USA/UA)
Plan D Design Festival (CR)
Studio Katja Gretzinger
University for the Arts Bremen