ARIANE
SPANIER
Ariane Spanier was born in Weimar, Ger­many. She studied visual com­mu­ni­ca­tion at the Art Academy Berlin-Weißen­see. After a stay in New York she opened her studio in Berlin in 2005.

Many of Ariane Spanier’s clients have a cultural background such as gal­leries, artists, film­makers, mu­si­cians, pub­lishers and architects.
The studio’s focus lies on the design of books, cat­a­logues, posters, but iden­ti­ties, ani­ma­tions, illus­tra­tion and digital design are equally part of the studios prac­tice.

Since 2006 Ariane has been the cre­ative director of Fukt, an annual mag­a­zine for contemporary drawing.
Ariane Spanier was born in Weimar. She studied visual com­mu­ni­ca­tion at the Art Academy Berlin-Weißensee. After a stay in New York she opened her studio in Berlin in 2005.

Many of Ariane Spanier’s clients have a cultural background such as gal­leries, artists, film­makers, mu­si­cians, publishers and architects. The studio’s focus lies on the design of books, cat­a­logues, posters, but identities, illus­tra­tion and digital design are equally part of the studios practice.

Since 2006 Ariane has been the cre­ative director of Fukt, an annual mag­a­zine for contemporary drawing.
Spanier has won many awards, in­clud­ing from the Type Directors Club of New York, D&AD, the 100 Best Aus­trian, German and Swiss Posters com­pe­ti­tion, the Graphis Poster Annual and, in 2011, the design com­pe­ti­tion for the design of Kieler Woche, the largest sailing festival in the world with its unique design history.
Her work has been published in nu­mer­ous mag­a­zines and design books. She has been a mem­ber of AGI Alliance Graphique Inter­na­tionale since 2013. Since 2018 she is a per­ma­nent juror over­seeing the annual com­pe­ti­tion for the "Kieler Woche". Ariane Spanier lives and works in Berlin.
Spanier has won many awards, including from the Type Directors Club of New York, D&AD, the 100 Best Austrian, German and Swiss Posters Competition, the Graphis Poster Annual and, in 2011, the design com­pe­ti­tion for the design of Kieler Woche, the largest sailing festival in the world with its unique design history.

Her work has been published in numerous magazines and design books. She has been a member of AGI Alliance Graphique Inter­na­tionale since 2013. Since 2018 she is a per­ma­nent juror overseeing the annual competition for the "Kieler Woche". Ariane Spanier lives and works in Berlin.
TOCA ME DESIGN CONFERENCE
7 March 2020・Alte Kongresshalle Munich
TOCA ME
DESIGN CONFERENCE
7 March 2020・Alte Kongresshalle Munich
TOCA ME
DESIGN CONFERENCE
7 March 2020
Alte Kongresshalle Munich
TOCA ME
DESIGN
CONFERENCE
7 March 2020
Alte Kongresshalle Munich