David LöhrJune 10th, 2009
Be it the high end of 3D-rendered futuristic mechanicals, hand-drawn concept art or classic graphic design – they all become conﬁdently crafted pieces in the hands of David Löhr.
David began working as a screen-designer in 2001 at the Razorfish Hamburg office. During his studies of visual communication at the University of Arts, Berlin, David kept steady contact with the industry, working freelance since 2002. He built up an extensive portfolio of both client-related projects and free works, which received global recognition.
After completing his diploma degree in July 2008, David started to focus more on artistic direction and production design for ﬁlm; preferably science-ﬁction. In early 2009 David joined the Berlin-based Contentismissing Collective to pursue his minimalist, distinctive, yet bold style of graphic design. He lives in Berlin and works independently.
A range of screencaps from the complimentary work of my Diploma degree in visual communication. The full 5-minute presentational movie can be seen here
Neteye Hamburg commissioned a robotic avatar for the Nivea for Men website. This fella is based upon an older chassis, but has been fitted with new arms, legs and head. It was then colored specificially for the client. Unfortunately the animated implementation never took place.
Germany’s Page magazine, the biggest monthly publication on web trends, design and technology asked for cover-art visualizing the struggle between creative and client: Two alerted Iron Giants juxtaposed.
Another contribution to Page magazine. This Koi became part of a swarm of all kinds of fish; emphasizing a crowdsourcing topic.
For Generation Digitale’s (a Hamburg-based agency for web design and technology) keyvisuals, I created a range of cyberpunk’d antique statues, depicting the clash between postmodern living and tradition. This is the Chinese goddess of mercy, embracing the wonders of the digital world.