Johannes Breyer
Graphic and Type Design

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Glogauer Str. 5
1. HH, 1. OG
10999 Berlin

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Johannes Breyer (1987) is a German / Chilean graphic designer based in Berlin. Se habla Español. He studied in Zurich (CH) and worked for design studio NORM before graduating from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam (NL). Since then, he has been working on a variety of graphic design comissions for local or international, often cultural clients. Together with Fabian Harb, he is running the Swiss type design practice Dinamo.

Next to offering retail typefaces (Favorit + Grow + Pareto, Prophet), they have been commissioned to design exclusive alphabets in use for Kunsthalle Zurich (CH), Warp Records (UK), Elton John (US), Yale Architecture (US), Manifesta 11 (CH), Harvard Graduate School of Design (US), Universal Music (GER), IBA Thüringen (GER), Festival B:om (KR), Gagosian Gallery (US), Planet Mu/Knives (GER/UK) or the German, Estonian and Cyprus Pavillions at the 55th and 56th Venice Biennial among others. Johannes and Fabian are visiting teachers to the Estonian Academy of the Arts, Tallinn. They have been invited for workshops and lectures by educational institutions to various foreign countries.

From 2013–2014, Johannes has been a visiting teacher to the Estonian Academy of the Arts, Tallinn (with Fabian Harb). Starting April 2016, he is teaching two parallel courses in type design: at the University of the Arts (UDK) Berlin and at the Hochschule für Gestaltung (HfG Offenbach).

**recent work**


Night of Surprise #3. Festival for experimental music programmed by Thomas Gläser and Magnus von Welck. Typeface: Oracle (Dinamo)


Lustgarten w/ Young Marco, Fantastic Man & Times Are Ruff. 3D Scans by Oliver Laric. Typeface: Galapagos, by Felix Salut + Dinamo.



Eva Hesse – Diaries
Edited by Barry Rosen + Tamara Bloomberg, 204 × 136mm, 904 pages, published by Hauser&Wirth and Yale Publishing, designed with and for Norm, Zurich. More information over at Hauser & Wirth Publications.


Identity for Berlin based techno afficionados Lack Rec.



Favorit Lining
The youngest yet smarterst member of the Favorit Family. 4 Weights, 1400 Characters each. Together with Fabian Harb & Immo Schneider. Released via Dinamo.


Gerrit Rietveld Academie
Visual Identity for the "Open Day" exhibition 2013, Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam. On display: 3 colour Silkscreen poster, Din A0. In collaboration with David Kulen and Panagiotis Panagiotakopoulos.

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