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Dummy is a quarterly appearing independent, monothematic society magazine from Germany. Each issue is designed by a new art director and deals with a different social subject.          
       Dummy Magazine No. 65; Art Direction, Editorial Design: Annika Loebel, Leon Lothschütz. Illustration and Photography: Jesse Draxler, Martin Usborne, Donald Weber, Tino Zimmermann, Leon Lotschütz, Letizia Battaglia

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Spiegel Expedition
aims to entertain and educate with content about humanities greatest adventurers. With the motto »One hero. One journey. One magazine« the first issue honored the German explorer Alexander von Humblodt’s travels to the heart of south america, while the second issue followed Neil Armstrong on his journey to the moon.
        Both issues feature original footage (etchings and drawings by Humboldt/official NASA photographs) as well as exclusive illustrations, photo productions and original graphic novels by Robert Deutsch (Humboldt) and Sebastian Stamm (Armstrong).
        Creative director: Jens Kuppi; Art directors: Annika Loebel, Leon Lothschütz; Photo editor: Susanne Döttling; Illustration and Photography: Robert Deutsch, Eva Revolver, Juanita Escobar, Karsten Wegner, Benedikt Rugar, Sebastian Stamm, Studio Loebel Lothschütz; Cover design: Katja Kollmann
C (1 – 12)

Uni Spiegel is an insert in Der Spiegel. It presents news about university, campus life, career entry and more.
        Art director: Annika Loebel; Photo editor: Torsten Feldstein; Illustration and Photography: Tabea Mathern, Darian Weiß, Nadine Redlich, Max Guther, Filip Fröhlich, Studio I Like Birds, Malte Uchtmann, Todd R. Darling, Lisa Tegtmeier

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The series Football Leaks gathered roughly 3.4 terrabyte of leaked data that were analyzed by the Spiegel investigative team and released in print and online over four weeks in November 2018.         The illustrations combine quotes from the respective texts with photographs of the protagonists and drawings by Benedikt Rugar, to achieve an updated version of yellow press aesthetics. The reduced color palette consits of the signature SPIEGEL red and black. The same principle was applied for the online content of the series.         Creative director: Jens Kuppi; Art directors: Annika Loebel, Leon Lothschütz; Art director online: Elsa Hundertmark; Photo editor: Bettina Theuerkauf; Illustration: Benedikt Rugar
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Die Zeit is a German weekly newspaper. It appears as a printed and tablet version.
        Art direction: Malin Schulz; Editorial Design: Annika Loebel; Illustration and Photography: Jan Höckesfeld und Stefan Große Halbuer, Doreen Bursutzki, Stanislav Grupar, Arjen Schmitz, Zaia Alexander (...)

F (1 – 12)

The book Magazinkultur compares media data and offers a brief insight into different concepts and the design of twenty contemporary magazines.
        Editorial Design: Annika Loebel

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Zeitgeist – In today's age is increasingly shaped by diverse cultures, rapid technological developments, social changes and aesthetic transformations. It is in constant change. This book tries to form a contemporary document – a time capsule – in which the consciousness of current trends is captured. It is accompanied by an attempt to preserve a snapshot of the zeitgeist in graphic design and to illustrate its embodiment.       
        Editorial Design: Annika Loebel; Interview partner and used footage: Serge Rompza, Node Berlin Oslo; Moritz Firchow, Deutsche & Japaner; Julia Kahl, Slanted; Malin Schulz, Die Zeit; Albert Folch, Folch Studio; Antoine Roux, Vlf Studio; Ben Wittner, Eps51; Heike Salchli, Vice Versa; Zaj Kyes, Zak Group; Ivan Weiss, Johnsson/Kinston; Samuel Bänziger, Bänziger Hug; Supervised by Professor Stefan Stefanescu and Professor Anke Haarmann.
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Nicht jetzt is a magazine written, photographed, illustrated, designed and published by students of the department for design at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences.
        After the first three previous issues ‘Kinder’ (children), ‘Geld’ (money), and ‘Geschmack’ (taste), the theme of the fourth issue is ‘Teilen’, which is the German word for both sharing and splitting. The 168-page double issue is divided into two sections: ‘share’ and ‘split’. In »share« you can find, amongst other things, a joint interview with design collectives, but also an article about places where people share sexual partners. The second part »split« touches upon the subject of elite education through sperm banking, everyday life in the religiously divided city of Sarajevo and that of a »banana«, which is what German-Chinese are being called in China. When put together, the 784 different covers form a large image of an embryonic cell division.
        Group Members: Teresa Baier, Jasmin Baltres, Jana Blumendeller, Jennifer David, Merle Düpmeier, Justus Düsenberg, Christina Gnatzy, Fabian Greve, Peter Kaden, Ines Könitz, Lara Kothe, Annika Loebel, Søren Koswig, Janina Lentföhr, Dom Odenkirchen, Hanna Osen, Hanna Scherwinski, Anne Stiefel and Simon Weize.

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Non knowledge, Laughter and the Moving Image is an artistic research project by Annika Larsson. The project is funded by the Swedish Research Council and done in collaboration with The Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm and the Hochschule für Bildende Künste Hamburg.
        Art direction, Design and Illustration: Annika Loebel, Leon Lothschütz; Website, Programming: Fritz Laszlo Weber

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Dittmer is a small manufactory in Northern Germany. The designer Jule produces lovely handmade bags with a strong focus on recycled leather.
        Design: Jule Dittmer; Photography: Annika Loebel        

K (1 – 12)

   26 beautiful printed Candies designed by communication design students at the Department Design, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences. Curation and Design: Lara Kothe, Annika Loebel, Lea Pürling, Paul Rutrecht, Saskia Schaeffer, Katharina Spegel.   
        Shown books (i.a.): Charlotte Bräuer, Johanna Noack, Eva Mitschke, Lukas Niehaus, Timo Rychert, Anne Stiefel, Meike Stoll.