Maximilian Mauracher is a graphic designer and art director working in the fields of print and web design with a strong focus on typography and simplicity. Services include art direction, branding and visual identities, websites, magazines and books – for both small and big businesses, brands and nice people in culture and commerce.
Born in 1993, studied Graphics & Advertising | Graphic Design at → University of Applied Arts in Vienna until June 2017, founded → POOL publishing and is part of → Entkunstung.
Based in Vienna, but moving to Berlin in October.
Always up for new challenges or collaborations: → mail(at)maximilianmauracher.com→ +43 664 22 49 100
Currently working on two books, an exhibition catalogue, a branding project and a record sleeve. All coming soon.
Online→ It's Nice That→ Designtagebuch→ Typo/Graphic Posters→ Die Presse→ Fubiz→ Feeldesain→ Klonblog→ Trendlist→ CreativeBoom→ Cult of Mac→ Designtaxi→ BGR→ The Gallery→ Take Festival→ Broadly by Vice→ Brutalist Websites→ Behance Advertising→ Page Online→ Behance Design→ Behance Interaction→ 365typo
Print→ Die Presse→ Die Presse→ Presse:Edition→ 4c Magazin→ Die Presse→ Page 08.2015
WORK @ AGENCIES
→ edenspiekermann Berlin → Jung von Matt/Donau → we make → 100und1 → Traktor Wien → Lowe GGK → St. Stephen's
2017→ CCA - 2 x Silver→ 100 Beste Plakate '16 - 1 x Nomination
2016→ Graphic Design Festival Scotland - Shortlist
2015→ 100 Beste Plakate '14 - 2 x Nominations
2014→ Cannes Lions - 2 x Bronze, Cyber→ CCA - 3 x Gold, 3 x Bronze, Junior of the Year→ Design Made in Germany Award - 2 x Nominations
08/05/17"Let's democratize typedesign" at Subtext → designforum Vienna
→ Clear Aesthetics: The Myth of Minimalism (Entkunstung Journal)→ Material Matters (Entkunstung Journal)
"He works as Graphic Designer predominantly in the fields of editorial and web design, as well as branding, illustration and photography.
But his creative range spans also to collaborative and artistic projects which involve art and fashion, related particularly to interest in our self-perception (or “self-construction”) through digital photography and social media.
Furthermore he seems to be developing a kind of “total design” approach, in which fairly everything, from his wardrobe to his Instagram page is subjected to his particular creative imprint characterized by interplay of geometrical structures and oppositions of black and white. This approach recalls historical artistic practices which pleaded for identification between art and life, as well as for total aesthetization of peoples living environment." → Dobrila Denegri, art historian and curator of 'Transfashional'
12/17→ Transfashional Vienna06/17→ Oripeau05/17→ Transfashional Warsaw04/17 → Take Festival04/17→ Subtext02/17→ Transfashional Lab London10/16→ Graphic Design Festival Scotland09/16 HopInnKrieau06/16Fortune Cookie not my Intention05/16 → Resonanzen04/16→ Take Festival03/16 → athome Gallery03/16P vie Plakat10/15→ Vienna Design Week10/15→ Vitrage Virtuel06/15The Essence