Robin Klußmann - Graphic Design, Photography, Illustrations
fox & robin
Portfolio of Robin Klußmann
✎ The fox is certainly no indoor pet, but it shows an ability to adapt itself to new conditions in no time. It is well known for its craftiness and magical powers, too. That's why it can be found in almost every kind of surroundings.
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Hello, I'm Robin Klußmann, a communication designer based in Offenbach and Frankfurt, Germany. I work as a freelancer and I'm open for any kind of collaboration. Here you can find some of my work. Feel free to have a look around and to get in touch with me.
Alternative logo design and variations for the foodblog "The Food Accomplice"
Logo and Web Design for Tumult, a live equivalent to the popular room escape online games, which is based in Frankfurt am Main.
Logodesign for the department of Otolaryngology of the Justus Liebig University of Giessen.
Poster campaign for a series of lectures about studying abroad, held by students from the Offenbach University of Art and Design.
Web design for Minds on Minigolf, a Frankfurt based indoor minigolf course.
Poster design, illustrations and layout of the competitive tender of New(s)comers Best 2014 for Zeitungs Marketing Gesellschaft.
Logo design for Muse e.V., a registered association which offers outdoor craft and art workshops.
Corporate identity for the open air museum Hessenpark, which represents the cultural history of the state of Hesse.
Logo design and variations for the foodblog "The Food Accomplice"
Once a year the HfG University of Art and Design Offenbach is transformed into a student-organised workspace. The festival includes workshops, lectures, symposia and exhibitions.
Concept, layout, illustrations and info graphics for the three years report of RKW Rationalisierungs- und Innovationszentrum der Deutschen Wirtschaft e.V. and Kompetenzzentrum Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaft.
Shot of the new Neema fashion collection 2013 in Capetown in an old mansion.
Shot for Vidal Sassoon Frankfurt. Inspirations for the hair-styles as well as for the photoshoot were police states and city kids, who use hoods for a cover from total survaillance.