Daniel Gremme is a visual narrator through means of typographic formations and a wide array of methods as techniques both in digital and analog realms to tackle cultural and political subjects. Especially type design offers him the possibility to communicate, interact and shape contemporary aesthetics.
In 2020 he released the typeface Skanaus and graduated with a project on 3D type design which will develop into a foundry. Currently studying Non-Linear Narrative (MA) at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague, he is further developing his practice into a multifaceted approach including research, theory and exploration of unconventional methods.
At Dorfmeyster he works as designer for clients such as Rammstein, Youtube Music or the documenta Institut and more. Although still being a student, the TDC Conference "Type Drives Culture" 2021, Latvian Art Academy, Vilnius Academy of Art and Hochschule Düsseldorf invited him to give talks and workshops.
All these activities keep him too busy to maintain a representative website. You can have a glimpse on his work here — in-depth portfolio upon request if you wish to collaborate ('work') with me. firstname.lastname@example.org