NETWORK-BASED RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT TOOLS
Welcome to network-based relationship management tools. Keeping true friendships alive on servers through digits and hyper-interactive love.
Who needs personality when you can have infinite digits?
Art Direction, Digital Art, Graphic Design
Journey to Phuket
From July to August 2012 I went to Phuket, Thailand. My eyes saw a colorful paradise island with lots of opportunities and challenges. This is a photo — graphic journey with some instagrated impressions. I don't want to show professional photography in this project. It is an observational compilation between trash and luxury, life and death. Enjoy :)
Graphic Design, Photography, Typography
Murder Was The Case
Murder Was the Case is a 1994 short film and soundtrack album starring Snoop Doggy Dogg. The 18 minute film was directed by Dr. Dre and Fab Five Freddy and chronicles the fictional death of Snoop Dogg and his resurrection after making a deal with the Devil. The album topped the Billboard 200 on the number one spot on November 5, 1994 with 329,000 one week sales as well as on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop albums chart.
The following week it stayed on top with 197,000 copies sold and was certified Gold. The album is certified 2x platinum with 2,030,000 copies sold. The single "What Would You Do" was included on the Natural Born Killers soundtrack and was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group in the 38th Annual Grammy Awards in 1996. The album was re-released with a bonus DVD containing 3 music videos on July 11, 2006.
Tupac Shakur was paid $200,000 dollars by Death Row Records owner Suge Knight to record a track for the album. The track was recorded but it was not used on the official soundtrack release. The rumored recording is debated between the song "Pain" which was later used for the Above The Rim soundtrack, "High Til I Die Interscope Version", which was later re-recorded for the Sunset Park album while 2Pac was on Death Row Records, and the Unreleased Version Of R U Still Down. R U Still Down is similar to the version that was released on the 1997 2Pac album "R U Still Down". However, the song has a different beat, unreleased first verse, female chorus, and has re-recorded second and third verses that are similar to verses 1-2 on the R U Still Down album version.
Digital Art, Graphic Design, Pattern Design
Exberliner Mag Cover Design
10th Anniversary of Exberliner Mag. Cover design competition entry. Ranked 7 of of Top 10.
Digital Art, Graphic Design, Typography
Poster design for Frankfurt's legendary club U60311. The club will close shortly after this event.
Graphic Design, Typography
Phorcesquad is the creative & music-producer coalition between Ayo Aloba, Moritz Pommer and Mehdi Rezvan. This union was formed in 1996, teenage years.
Kids who had lots imagination and creative energy.
Graphic Design, Art Direction, Storytelling
Design proposal for organic eco-products.
Graphic Design, Art Direction, Product Design
BMW vs RUF
Retouch & design work for Hankook Tire, promoting their top line product.
Photo Illustration, Graphic Design, Automotive Design
Offenbach am Main
Submission for the citID project.
Graffiti, Graphic Design, Illustration
Pommer Design logo development and website launch 2010. Let's start working.
Web Design, Graphic Design, Interaction Design
HUGO BOSS DESIGN CONTEST 2010
Graphic Design, Typography, Graffiti
Statements of Symbolism
Simple things you can do to avoid harming logos
Most of the symbols & signage brought to our clinic suffer from injuries or problems caused by brutal CI guidelines.
Logos face threats from CI destruction and/or human
oversight. Although protecting logos can seem overwhelming at times, even small actions in your own neighborhood can help protect many different logos. You can protect logos for future generations.
Prevent your logo and/or CI from attacking and/or playing with ugly logos. Don't allow them to run without supervision and raise your logos with care. Many injured logos are brought to the clinic each year with terrible wounds from amateur design attacks.
Alert logos to loverloaded exposure of design in your
environment, such as mutant furniture or picture windows. Hang streamers, provide logo silhouettes on a glass surface, or allow your habitat to be a little dirty. Reducing logo accumulation should also cut down on the number of logos which collide, often fatally,
for example on websites and/or flyers.
Educate logos to respect and care for all other signage and their habitats. Children need to learn that logos are not playthings and should be allowed to go about their lives without being
touched by general marketing staff. Children should also be told not to destroy logos and their homes.
Use non-stereotype logos in your yard and/or garden.
Logos should not be left alone in CI guidelines unattended. Logos often fall deep into these guidelines and few survive.
Create logo friendly areas in your backyard. When choosing your ideology and/or landscaping, choose native designs that can provide shelter to native ideas. This will also help cut down on
corporate design pollution. Add simple elements to your yard or garden to attract and shelter these species.
Do not attempt to raise or keep logos exclusively with
yourself. Not only is it illegal, but logos do not make good pets and captivity poses a constant stress to them. Young wild logos raised without contact with their own species fail to develop survival skills and fear of humans, virtually eliminating their chances of survival in the corporate design wilderness.
Abundant exposure of logos always helps. Repetition is king.
In case of emergency call 1-900-LOGO CLINIC.
Graphic Design, Typography, Storytelling
Design is repetition is design. Life is repetition is life.
Graphic Design, Illustration, Philosophy
This project is an experimental visual approach to climate change. A non-commercial, experimental design concept. Not directly affiliated with the brand Mini whatsoever.
Art Direction, Graphic Design, Photo Illustration
Full Time Hobby Records
In Germany's old culture miniature trains are a very popular male hobby. The style represents the freshness of the emerging label Hobbyism.
Graphic Design, Typography, Art Direction
This is a 80ies retro-style campaign for a German music TV station. Supplying you with some funk from the trunk.
Art Direction, Advertising, Graffiti