David Gobber is a graphic designer currently based in Basel. He is working mainly in the cultural and social field, designing mostly printed matter but also digital products depending on the needs of the task at hand. Convincing solutions for visual communication are created based on well reflected concepts and executed with a strong aesthetic and often typographic approach. Apart from his design practice David Gobber writes essays in which he shares his critical reflections on design. Some of these texts can be accessed in the corresponding section below.
After having finished his studies of Visual Communication at the class of Fons Hickmann at the University of the Arts Berlin with top marks, he is currently deepening his knowledge of visual communication in the graduate programme Visual Communication and Iconic Research at the FHNW Academy of Art and Design in Basel. Besides that he has been working on commissioned and self-initiated projects as well as collaboratively with / for various design studios such as Thomas Lehner Studio and NODE Berlin.
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