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Born in Germany, she studied typography / graphic design at the London College of Communication. After finishing her studies in 2000 Marit assisted Richard Hollis and Peter Willberg before setting up her own graphic design studio in 2002. Since then she graduated from the MA in Contemporary Art Theory (distinction) at Goldsmiths College as well as a PGCERT in Teaching in Art and Design. She is founder and director of the publisher LemonMelon.
Marit’s graphic design work ranges across a variety of media and formats – from leaflets and posters to catalogues and books, from identities and stationery to websites and animations. She operates across a variety of fields and regularly collaborates with artists, bookbinders, curators, fellow graphic designers, developers, illustrators, photographers, poets, printers, and writers. Her practice takes content, research and collaboration as its foundation to develop her graphic design.
Marit also lectures / organises workshops / is Visiting Critic at the London College of Communication, The Interactive Design Institute, the University of Hertfordshire, Canterbury School of Architecture, the University for the Creative Arts Farnham and Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication.
Acava, Architecture Project, Artangel, artschool uk, beerenverlag, Caroline Bergvall, Black Dog Publishers, Broken Glass, Canterbury School of Architecture, Contemporary Art Projects, Contemporary Art Society, Maud Cotter, Drawing Room, Freie Universität Berlin, Harward University, Haunch of Venison, International Centre for Fine Art Research, i.s.m.architecten, John Reardon, Mikhail Karikis, Kingston University, Konsthall C, London College of Communication, Live Art Development Agency, Monika Bobinska Gallery, nous Gallery, Ridinghouse / Karsten Schubert, Sternberg Press, Storey Gallery, Tannery Arts, Tate Britain, Tate Publishing, the MAC, The Modern Institute, Torque Press, ubu.com and Wild Gift.
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