Moriz Oberberger
Graphic Design


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An Original Copy

9An Original Copy



An original copy – Gilberto Hiraldo Barrientos, This is the story of a tropical book pirate, presented as part of Boiling Room for Hot Reading, Werkplaats Typografie at the New York Art Book Fair 2018, Boiler Room, MOMA PS1, NYC, September 2018

Los Amigos de la Calle

11Los Amigos de la Calle

Newspaper, T-Shirt


Los Amigos de la Calle, is a project telling the stories of the ignored characters of the streets of Mexico. Characters of the grafica popular in Mexico used as symbols for grocery shops, bakerys, hairdressers or laundry rooms. In this first edition those characters are translated into a silk-screen printed T-Shirt in black and red with illustrations from unknown mexican artists and a newspaper with 3 short stories by Ana Lucia Vargas Sandoval printed in Riso, June 2018

fin Projects

13fin Projects

Visual Identity


fin is an innovative company with finesse and a focus on priorities. Sustainability is the key foundation to the product and design development and the value chains which surround it’s creation. They rely and focus on traceable, socially and ecologically responsible value chains.


With Project #1, fin has developed a sustainable and traceable leather value chain – from Swiss farmers to the final product. Behind each of these processing steps are people and companies who have comitted themselves to the project through their experience and knowledge, and share their passion for a responsible leather industry.


We created the whole visual identity for fin, including a Journal, a foldeable Lookbook poster, businesscards, hangtags, website, packaging, postcards and a small exhibiton for the launch.

Juliette Chrétien
David Suter
Herr & Frau Rio, München


Julian Schmidt

June 2017

Every Time A Ear di Soun – Public Radio Documenta 14

15Every Time A Ear di Soun – Public Radio Documenta 14

Poster, Visual Identity


Documenta Website:

„Every Time A Ear di Soun is a documenta 14 Radio Program in collaboration with Deutschlandfunk Kultur that explores sonority and auditory phenomena such as voice, sound, music, and speech as mediums for writing counter-hegemonic histories. Every Time A Ear di Soun reflects on how the sonic impacts subjectivities and spaces, especially through the medium of radio.


For the duration of documenta 14, nine radio stations in Greece, Cameroon, Colombia, Lebanon, Brazil, Indonesia, the United States, and Germany constitute a worldwide art exhibition on air.“

In collaboration with Studio Laurenz Brunner we developed a foldable poster with the program and a booklet.


For Studio Laurenz Brunner
April 2017

Supersize #1

17Supersize #1

Book, Illustration


This is the first iteration of a series of very large drawings translated into different formats; a book and a mural. The depicted scene is the outcome of personal observations and stereotypical representations of the ordinary daily life of a friend in Munich. The book functions also as a big drawing book.

The mural his hanging in a friends Studio in Munich.

3-color Riso printing

November 2016





Documentation booklet for the craftsmen Leo & Friedel. They installed a textinstallation of Tine Melzer in collaboration with Büro 146 on the housefacade of Alpenhof.

2-color Risoprint

November 2016

Acoustic Drawing Method

25Acoustic Drawing Method

Book, Program, Research


By writing or drawing, a pen leaves visual marks. If you listen to it carefully, beside this visual outcome, the pen produces an acoustic effect as well. The topic of this project is to focus on this acoustic effect. The pen is the main actor of this research. This design approach called “Acoustic Drawing Method” switches over the perspective from the visual to the acoustic.
The parameters defined within this method are based on acoustic decisions. This method generates a new visual language defined by the acoustic aspect. The book is a catalogue of all those visual marks: it is a documentation of their sounds. It shows 177 different signs of ten different pens: the catalogue therefore includes 1770 rhythms. Furthermore, the book contains a detailed introduction to the method, gives a insight into the developement process and includes a number of visual outcomes.
The program is the other essential part of the project and contains all the acoustic material. All 1770 audio-files can be explored within this program.

Bachelor Diploma at the
Zurich University of Arts
in collaboration with Fabienne Wyss


297 x 420 mm
500 pages
Perfect Binding






Exhibited in March 2015 at the
‘It’s a book’ independent publishing
fair taking place at the Academy
of Visual Arts Leipzig, in correspondence
to the Leipzig Book Fair.





Developed at the Werkplaats Typografie Summerschool 2013: The topic for the 2 weeks workshop in Urbino was History – Story. We were free to develope a historical project related to the history of Urbino itself or to tell our own story.

This document contains text , transcribed from recordings made during that day. In addition to that, a photo was taken every minute. By doing that we tried to catch the atmosphere of the Werkplaats Typografie Summerschool in Urbino 2013.

210 x 297 mm
ca. 500 pages
Punch hole binding
In collaboration with Max Schachtner
July 2013


Armand Mevis
Maureen Mooren
Barbara Visser
Leonardo Sonnoli


Exhibited in March 2014 at the
‘It’s a book’ independent publishing
fair taking place at the Academy
of Visual Arts Leipzig, in correspondence
to the Leipzig Book Fair.


Exhibited in June 2014 at the
26th International Biennial
of Graphic Design Brno.


Published in the catalogue
of 26th International Biennal
of Graphic Design Brno 2014.

Archiv Hygiene

28Archiv Hygiene



This installation shows through objects, text and illustrations an unfinished archive of hygienic products. It was shown in the occasion of an exhibition about the history of Hygiene in Merano, Italy.