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Bachmattstrasse 59
CH – 8048 Zurich
E: post@samuelweidmann.com
T: 0041 79 479 38 78

Samuel Weidmann *1984, works as a graphic designer in Zurich. My service contains all types of printed and digital matter, conception and art direction. I'm available for freelance work.

Bachmattstrasse 59
CH – 8048 Zurich
E: post@samuelweidmann.com
T: 0041 79 479 38 78



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Samuel Weidmann *1984, works as a graphic designer in Zurich.
My service contains all type of printed and digital matter, conception and art direction. I'm available for freelance work.

Education
BA in Visual Communication, ZHdK, Zurich 2008–11
apprenticeship as Polygraf, Linkgroup, Zurich 2004–08

Work experience
Marie Lusa, Lehni-Trüb, Linkgroup, Mettier Werbung+Kommunikation


© 2014 all images and content by Samuel Weidmann




Development and implementation of Jingle Jungle’s new corporate identity. Jingle Jungle AG is Switzerland’s leading company in the area of film scoring, music composition and audio. Jingle Jungle expected a fresh, unconventional and young appearance that does not undermine its integrity.

Client: Jingle Jungle Tonstudios
Design & Concept: Jonas Hegi & Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2014

Visual identity for "Iouri and the Kids". The public event is a skate tour where kids could skate with Olympic gold medalist Iouri Podladtchikov. The one-week tour took place in different cities throughout Switzerland.

Client: MTC Move the Crowd
Design & Concept: Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2014

Event flyer and poster. The Beach Mountain skateboard store asked for a combined way to advertise their skateboard contest and its afterparty. The result was one A5 flyer that could be split in the middle through its perforation.

Client: Beach Mountain
Design & Concept: Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2014

Design of the Catalogue ‘MHMFML – In Praise Of Idleness’ for the correspondent exhibition by Clifford E. Bruckmann held in the Galerie Weiss.

Client: Galerie Weiss
Design: Jonas Hegi & Samuel Weidmann
Concept: Jonas Hegi, Samuel Weidmann & Clifford E. Bruckmann
Year: 2013

Contribution to Citro Druck’s poster exhibition. The poster is an ironic hint on possible tensions in the kitchen of flat-sharing communities.

Client: Citro-Druck
Design & Concept: Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2013
Silkscreen print on paper

Design of the exhibition catalogue by artist and musician Adam Green. The exhibition took place in the Galerie Weiss in September 2013.

Client: Galerie Weiss
Design & Concept: Jonas Hegi & Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2013

Corporate identity and communication concept for the Galerie Weiss in Zurich.

Client: Galerie Weiss
Design & Concept: Jonas Hegi & Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2013

Creative direction for the Snowboard accessory brand CLAST since 2009. Design of four collections, wrapping, printed matter. Redesign of the corporate identity in 2013.

Client: Clast
Design & Concept: Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2009 – 2013

Corporate identity and website for Hillton, a successful startup in the area of video production. Visit their Homepage here.

Client: HILLTON
Design / Concept & Code: Samuel Weidmann / Jonas Hegi
Year: 2013

‘High Quality Time’ is a self-initiated book made for the ‘I Never Read’ art book fair held at Art Basel. All of its content was created by Jonas Hegi and me. To purchase a copy, get in touch with either of us. There are a few left!

Client: Self-initiated
Design, Concept & Print: Jonas Hegi & Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2012

Website for the ‘Deftig Barock’ exhibition at Kunsthaus Zurich. The design is based on Marie Lusas’s artwork. You can find the 'Deftig Barock' website here.

Client: Kunsthaus Zurich
Design & Concept: Marie Lusa / Samuel Weidmann
Code: Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2012

Cover artwork for 'Acapulco Stage Divers', a band from Zurich

Client: Acapulco Stage Divers
Design & Concept: Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2012 – 2013

Collection Film for the A/W12 Collection ‘To Infinity and Beyond.’ by Julian Zigerli. Watch it
here.

Written & Directed: Jonas Hegi & Samuel Weidmann
Director of Photography: Tobias Bonfanti
Year: 2012

Corporate identity, communication concept and various printed matter for the Zurich based club Blok.

Client: BLOK Club Zurich
Design & Concept: Jonas Hegi & Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2011

The font ‘Heathrow’ was drawn for the BLOK’s corporate identity. It is a revival of London Heathrow’s typeface drawn by Matthew Carter in the 60s.

Client: BLOK Club Zurich
Design & Concept: Jonas Hegi & Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2011

Communication design for ZHdK's festival of the arts 4. The result were 24 individual A2 posters, 16 different A0 posters, around 40 unique A6 flyers and 20 distinct A3 folded program flyers. All of them were hand printed in corporation with Dafi Kühne (babyinktwice). Check out the making of here and see the cinema advert here.

Client: Zürcher Hochschule der Künste ZHdK
Design & Concept: Jonas Hegi & Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2011
Printed with Dafi Kühne (www.babyinktwice.ch)

Program Booklet for ZHdK's festival of the arts 4. One spread is handprinted and unique. In every booklet this page appears on an other position.

Client: Zürcher Hochschule der Künste ZHdK
Design & Concept: Jonas Hegi & Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2011
Sheet in the middle printed with Dafi Kühne (www.babyinktwice.ch)

The Grafik Kiosk™ is a digital program designed to intuitively generate posters in different formats with user generated content. The Grafik Kiosk was developed by Jonas Hegi and Samuel Weidmann between January and May 2011 as self initiatet project at the ZHdK in Zurich. The program runs without any templates and is based on a complex rule-system, that interprets every user-generated input individually. The aim was to create a digital graphic designer. It's not possible to arrange your input, it's only possible to tell the Kiosk how you would like your input to appear. The code was created by Philip Laeubli and Mario von Rickenbach. Visit the projects homepage: Grafik Kiosk™.

The Grafik Kiosk™ is a digital program designed to intuitively generate posters in different formats with user generated content. The Grafik Kiosk was developed by Jonas Hegi and Samuel Weidmann between January and May 2011 as self initiatet project at the ZHdK in Zurich. The program runs without any templates and is based on a complex rule-system, that interprets every user-generated input individually. Visit the projects homepage: Grafik Kiosk™.

Client: Self-initiated
Design & Concept: Jonas Hegi & Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2011
Homepage: Grafik Kiosk™

During the development of the Grafik Kiosk™, the creation, correct and incorrect approaches, thoughts concerning the proposal and function were recorded in a Process Book. Sizes: 210 × 297 mm – 214 pages, Hardcover.

Client: Self-initiated
Design & Concept: Jonas Hegi & Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2011
Homepage: Grafik Kiosk™

The font Kiosk Grotesk was exclusively designed for Grafik Kiosk™. The regular cut constitutes the default from which all other cuts were made. The font is based of the proportions of the A4 paper size and consists of 12 varying cuts. Visit the projects homepage: Grafik Kiosk™.

Client: Self-initiated
Design & Concept: Jonas Hegi & Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2011
Homepage: Grafik Kiosk™

Gesänge der Nacht is a play reading from the art collective "Bryan Yabo's musikalisch poetischer club". Between april 2010 and june 2011 they played the piece in switzerland and neighboring countries.
In addition the play reading, a folder with a short film, a music cd, an information sheet and the collection of poems (which was the basis for the play reading, the film and the music cd) were made. See the project’s homepage for further information (in german).

Client: Bryan Yabo
Design & Concept: Samuel Weidmann
Homepage code: Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2011

Gesänge der Nacht is a play reading from the art collective "Bryan Yabo's musikalisch poetischer club". Between april 2010 and june 2011 they played the piece in switzerland and neighboring countries.
In addition the play reading, a folder with a short film, a music cd, an information sheet and the collection of poems (which was the basis for the play reading, the film and the music cd) were made. See the project’s homepage for further information (in german).

Client: Bryan Yabo
Design & Concept: Samuel Weidmann
Homepage code: Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2011

Bachelor publication for the graduating Visual Communication Class 2010.

Client: Zürcher Hochschule der Künste ZHdK
Design & Concept: Jonas Hegi & Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2010

Handout for the "Opferberatungsstelle für Männer" in Zurich.

Client: Opferberatungsstelle für Männer
Design & Concept: Jonas Hegi & Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2010

This Book is about the role of death in today’s society. The pictures show "death" attempting to attain newfound respect. Tactics, reactions, methods and faces of death are shown in the context of contemporary society. The entity "death" has fallen and in order to regain his prior standing death must begin on the lowest level, the human.

Client: Self-initiated
Design, Content & Concept: Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2011

Book and exhibition view about the art movement Fluxus. The aim was to create stamps about the fluxus events and transform then to a new fluxus event.

Client: Self initiated
Design & Concept: Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2010

Folded poster to announce the bachelor graduation exhibition of the ZhdK's Visual Communication class 09. Every form stands for one project. The gradient from red to magenta points to the exhibiton design.

Client: Zürcher Hochschule der Künste
Design & Concept: Jonas Hegi & Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2009

For the bachelor examclass 2009 we made this publication with the intention to give a general view on the examinees and their works. The publication has 16 DIN A2 sheets, one for each of the final examination works. On one side of the sheet a portrait (whole body) of the examinee or the group has been printed, on the other side there are fotos of the work, description, writings about the work, an interview of the examinee and his/her vita.The 16th sheet is a poster with a selection of fotographs, taken with a one-way.camera by the students themselves on our instructions. The back side contents an introduction by Peter Vetter and a table of contents.

Client: Zürcher Hochschule der Künste
Design & Concept: Jonas Hegi, Julia Marti & Samuel Weidmann
Year: 2009