Philipp Nottelmann
Nottelmann・Visual Identity
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About

Designer, Thinker, Maker & Science Enthusiast

 

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Philipp is a freelance Designer, running his own studio in North Germany's beautiful port city of Hamburg. His career started at the award-winning agency Hi-ReS! and took him into several creative fields of the industry.

He gained knowledge about Animation, Photography and Film at the Post Production Optix, developed digital campaigns and applications at deepblue networks and eventually learned the essence of classic advertising at Jung von Matt in Beijing, China. After coming back from China with a new global perspective Philipp decided to start a business on his own and to offer his skills to brands, creative agencies as well as local businesses.

 

Over the recent years, he worked with a diverse range of clients like Mercedes-Benz, Smart, Jägermeister, Tuborg, Migros and Swatch. Philipp is a Conceptual Designer and loves interdisciplinary working, learning new skills and to network. He always tries to challenge the status quo and his work is best described as transforming ideas and values into visual identity.

 

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Experience

January 2016 - Present
Nottelmann - Visual Identity, Freelance Art Director & Visual Designer

October 2014 - November 2015 
Jung von Matt Tonghui, China/Beijing, Art Director

March 2013 - September 2015 
deepblue networks AG, Junior Art Director, Art Director

August 2012 - February 2013
Optix Hamburg, Motion Designer & Creative

April 2012 - July 2012
LandonWortmann, Screendesigner

October 2011 - March 2012
Hi-ReS!/Hamburg, Intern

September 2008 - July 2011
University of Applied Sciences and Arts Hildesheim
Bachelor of Arts - Communication Design

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Interviews & Publications

Agentur oder Unternehmen? 
Interview PAGE Magazine, Germany 05/2017

Dynamic Identities: How to Create a Living Brand
Project Feature, Netherland 12/2013

Installation Lumen Urbs
Interview PAGE Magazine, Germany 10/2012

"MinimalISM" by BranD Magazine Beijing
Project Feature, China 06/2012