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Pieke Bergmans

Exhibition in Amsterdam
Posted by Gestalten—01/2011

Still waters run deep is the Dutch designer's first solo show in Amsterdam.

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Malaussène

New Gestalten Font Release
Posted by Gestalten—01/2011

Coined after the eponymous character in Daniel Pennac's La Saga Malaussène, Malaussène is the first font designed by a fresh Parisian talent.

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Blowin' Up The Spot # 2

Group exhibition in Berlin
Posted by Gestalten—01/2011

This is the second in a series of exhibitions at changing venues, that focus on architecture and the city as source of inspiration and stimulation in contemporary visual culture.

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Joshua Callaghan

Solo exhibition in Los Angeles
Posted by Gestalten—01/2011

The American artist presents new sculptural works rooted in his "examination of the banal, broken fragments of our built environment."

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January Shop of the Month: American Book Center

Posted by Gestalten—12/2010

There are a number of ways you could spin off the American Book Center (ABC, cutely, for the locals), an international hub for the expat community, the largest inde

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Devilrobots

Collaborative effort
Posted by Gestalten—12/2010

The Japanese design company Devilrobots has been collaborating with Nicholas Foo of Lego fame who loves their Tofu Oya

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Dubwise by Aron Jancsó

New Gestalten Font Release!
Posted by Gestalten—12/2010

Turn the bass up! From Gestalten's superstar talent Aron Jancsó comes our latest release primed to make your ears and eyes pop.

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Checking in with Jennifer Rubell

An artist with food as her canvas
Posted by Gestalten—12/2010

There are many reasons why Jennifer Rubell should make news.

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