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Mathias Bär

His systematic approach to graphic design encompasses two things: A maximum of orientation and precision, and great distinctiveness. Those features are well visible on our collaboration on hfg-offenbach.de and dgae.de

www.mathiasbaer.com

Jan Buchczik

It's surprising again and again how Jan manages to carve out a funny and explanatory image from even the most complicated correlations. You can find his work in the New York Times, Bloomberg Business Week or Zeit Campus

www.buchczik.com

Alison Chandler

To make sure that your message is understood worldwide, perfect English is the key. As Alison is a native speaker, it is a huge enrichment to have her on the team. Also complicated German texts are no problem for her English translation skills.

Timo Lenzen

With his subtle designs, that are always on point, Timo creates sometimes abstract, sometimes disturbing and always visually stimulating moods. In both his applied as well as his purely Graphic Arts you'll be absorbed by the worlds he creates.

www.timolenzen.com

Marc Krause

Marc is well versed when it comes to portraying people in a way that makes you want to have a coffee with them. You can see his photography in Art MagazinWired or Capital Magazin. With Young Hare  he added sound to our trailer for cermâ gallery, which he also directed.

www.marckrause.com

Urban Media Project

The Offenbach-based design studio not only helps Frankfurt smaller brother's citizens regain faith in their city. As seen on oflovesu.com, their experience in identifying and presenting the good also increases the value of exhibitions, building projects or museums.

www.urbanmediaproject.de

Sabine Weier

Her writing is clarifying as well as it is entertaining. Her understanding of particular circumstances, which she then transforms into nice-to-read texts, is a pleasure you can enjoy, for example in Camera Austria.

www.sabineweier.de

Sebastian Zimmerhackl

While his fast-forward energy is enjoyable, it also pushes the projects he's part of to new levels. When you need to overcome boundaries Sebastian will have a creative solution in a flash.

www.sebastianzimmerhackl.de

And others...

We are proud to work with professionals in a variety of fields. That's not only fun, but an all-encompassing approach in the rapidly changing landscape of the internet. Get in touch to find out who could support your project!


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We believe that technology can have a positive impact on our every day lives. But we also recognise that we should engage to avoid increasing inequality caused by automation and monopolisation. We approach such topics by being part of initiatives like »Internet-TBD«.

In addition, we support projects without a big budget for web design/development, but with a value for the general public, depending on our capacities. Feel invited to give it a try by sending a short summary of your ideas to hello(at)three-w.com.



Press

worldwide-x.net about »act natural«

Review of »act natural« on mediag.jp by Masonori Mizuno

aqnb about »act natural«

Interview for 'Bird in Flight' Magazine

Computer Arts Collection: Key Trends in Photography (Aug'13 issue)

Interview with Romuald Demidenko in »Is it art or is it just« Trendbook

El país about »Ellos la llaman escultura«

Interview and exhibition review on triangulation.jp

La Liberarion keeps an eye on us and SPAMM

Ofluxo.net about »SPAMM at cermâ«

»what we call painting« on ilikethisart

Schirn Magazin »digital/analog: cermâ« by Fabian Famulok

Talks

captcha designfestival
Workshop & Talk in Mannheim, August 2015

»Kann eine online Plattform ein Off-Space sein?« The Reciprocal Turn, Karlsruhe, 2015

»Nodes in the digital art world«
Panel at Node Festival 2015, Frankfurt

»Le spectateur augmenté«
scam* Paris, Conference, April 2014

»L’exposition numérique comme œuvre d’art« École national supérieur des Beaux-Arts, Paris, 2013 

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Robert Johnson Theorie / IfK / Rotor

www.robertjohnsontheorie.de

Robert Johnson Theorie / IfK / Rotor

www.robertjohnsontheorie.de

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»Seit den 1980er Jahren erfährt elektronische Musik- und Klanggestaltung stetig wachsende Nachfrage, die sich u.a. in einer neuen Clubkultur, in Form kommerziellen Sounddesigns für Soft- und Hardwareprodukte oder zeitgenössischen Medienproduktionen niederschlägt. Auf allen medialen Plattformen sind elektronisch gestaltete Klänge in redaktioneller, werblicher oder künstlerischer Form präsent und haben die analoge Musikproduktion in vielen Feldern nahezu komplett abgelöst. In der Musikkultur führte somit die technologische Entwicklung zu einem grundsätzlichen Wandel in Produktion, Distribution und Rezeption. Trotz der nachweislichen Relevanz professioneller elektronischer Klang- und Soundgestaltung mangelt es in Deutschland an verbindlichen Ausbildungsformaten. Audio-Produzenten organisieren ihre Ausbildung zum größten Teil autodidaktisch und ergänzen sie mit preisintensiven Technik-Kursen. Die Hochschulen haben bislang auf diese Konjunktur nur sporadisch reagiert, sodass das Thema bislang kein präzisiertes Bildungsziel formuliert.«

Robert Johnson Theorie / Institut für Klangforschung / Rotor

The website for Robert Johnson Theorie, Institut für Klangforschung and Rotor Festival for contemporary music documents the activities of the three projects. Located around the well-known electronic music club Robert Johnson, they are dealing with contemporary electronic music and talent promotion.