Timesheets is a digital magazine featuring successful creatives, with each issue centered around a different city. The Berlin issue plays with the city’s distinctive preference for the simultaneously kitschy and cute. Overwhelming typefaces and animated widgets, as well as an ironic drop shadow, carve out a Berlin-branded space for online slow-journalism. In reproducing the effect of print, the digital magazine remains flat like a page, but the intuitive scroll-to-read, playful pop-ups, and mixture of typefaces defy the traditionally uniform two-page spread.
Annika Wirken is a jewelry designer from Antwerp. After designing her logo, we created a site which shares her values of purity and craftsmanship, using a clean design that puts all the focus on her work. The site also reflects her experimental way of using common materials to create unconventional pieces, by using a common site navigation but flipping it unconventionally on its side.
Seku Bi, which means “parrot” in Wolof, is a boutique hotel in Dakar, Senegal. To make the website mirror the atmosphere of the space, the site’s backdrop is a painting from the same artist whose work appears in the hotel. To create dream-like ambience, we decided to ask the photographer to digitally altere the photos to create impossible scenes.