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Head to Head: onedotzero, The Designers Republic and eboy by ten4magazine
February 17, 2007, 4:12 pm
Filed under: 4Talent, Community, Design, Events, News, Opportunities

Wednesday 2nd May 2007

Steffen Sauerteig, Svend Smital and Kai Vermehr are the team behind EbOY, the Berlin-based collective who create re-usable pixel objects and use them to build complex and extensible artwork. Their client list would surely make Charles Saatchi weep, if he weren’t himself on it. That’s alongside such global powerhouses as Coca Cola, Adidas, Amazon and Microsoft, as well as Paul Smith, The Guardian and The New York Times.

Ian Anderson
Ian founded The Designers Republic in 1986 as a ‘declaration of independence from the existing design community.’ He made his name designing innovative record covers for Warp Records, with the CD sleeve for Don’t Get Mad… Get Even voted one of Q Magazine‘s 100 Best Record Covers of All Time. Other clients include Sony, Orange, Nokia and Coca Cola, whose Love Being campaign was launched as the European arm of a global marketing push.

Shane Walter
Shane co-founded onedotzero in 1997, and last year saw the tenth annual festival with an audience of over 10,000. But this is just the tip of the iceberg. onedotzero has a worldwide audience of millions, forming part of 60 international festivals, a cross-media production company and an acclaimed network of international events. In 2005 Shane was named one of the top ten visionaries of the UK film industry by Screen International, alongside the likes of Ridley Scott and Chris Nolan.

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