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Prof. Franziska Morlok

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Franziska Morlok is a designer, author, professor and founding partner of the design studio Rimini Berlin. She works for and with clients from the cultural and scientific sector, institutions, artists, publishers and museums. Her work has received numerous awards, including from the Type Directors Club New York and the Stiftung Buchkunst. 

Her main interest lies in the relationship between graphic design and society as well as thinking and designing publications in every possible form of appearance. Franziska is a regular member of design juries, most recently the Stiftung Buchkunst, the Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes and the 100 Best Posters. 

She is co-author of several publications, including “Helibo Seyoman” (ed. Martin Conrads, Franziska Morlok, Bogna Świątkowska, Warsaw: Fundacja Bęc Zmiana 2016), “Vom Blatt zum Blättern”, (ed. Franziska Morlok and Miriam Waszelewski, Verlag Hermann Schmidt Mainz, 2016) and “Was postdigital better?” (ed. Martin Conrads and Franziska Morlok, Revolver Publishing, 2014).

Franziska Morlok studied visual communication at the UdK Berlin and the HbK Saar. From 2007–2016 she was an artistic assistant at the Berlin University of the Arts and held teaching positions at various universities. Subsequently, she taught for six years as a professor for “Redaktionelle Gestaltung” at the University of Applied Sciences Potsdam. In 2022, Franziska Morlok was appointed professor for “Grundlagen und Prozesse des Entwerfens” at the Berlin University of the Arts.