Creative Paper Conference 2024

About Creative Paper Conference 2024

The Creative Paper Conference is a biennial fine paper fair in Munich, featuring keynotes by designers and creative professionals, as well as an exhibition by representatives of the creative paper industry. The two day event emphasizes the importance of print in today's media landscape and offers insights into the latest developments in creative communication on paper.

In today's fast-paced world, it can be a huge advantage to use print in a smart way to communicate effectively. At the Creative Paper Conference, experts from different fields will share their best work in the fields of publishing, typography, graphic design and other crafts, and talk about their design processes. Visitors can also explore a large exhibition area where paper, printing, and finishing specialists will showcase their products and innovations. The conference promises two days packed with information and inspiration on creating print products that are not only beautiful but also relevant and convincing.



of Büro Uebele
Learn more about Andreas Uebele

Since its establishment in 1996, büro uebele has consistently produced award-winning designs and has received over 350 national and international awards. The team specializes in creating corporate identities, such as the corporate design for the German Bundestag, orientation systems, and book designs, and has a particular passion for typography. Andreas Uebele also has a mission: "I see our profession as a way to improve the world. Who, if not us, should design communication for complex topics?"

of Studio Grau
Learn more about Crish Knigge

Chrish Knigge is the Creative Director of Studio Grau, an award-winning design studio based in Berlin. The studio specializes in creating tactile brand experiences and sustainable designs. In addition to digital work, Studio Grau prioritizes tangible experiences to create lasting impressions for brands. The studio hones its skills through projects like the 1.3 kg Brocken notebook.

Tom Ising
of Herburg Weiland
Learn more about Tom Ising

Tom Ising is the co-founder of Herburg Weiland, an agency for design and communication based in Munich. He specializes in redesigning, branding, and communicating the content of cultural institutions. Additionally, he is involved in redesigning and relaunching magazines, books, corporate media, and all forms of digital communication. His work for institutions such as the Lenbachhaus Munich, the Bauhaus Dessau, the Berlin State Opera, and the Burgtheater Vienna has won numerous international awards for design and communication in recent years.

of Sirene
Learn more about Clara Berlinski, Jana Frantal, Ana Iankova, Maria Kanzler

Sirene is a collective design studio from Vienna that focuses on branding and strategy. The studio consists of Clara Berlinski, Jana Frantal, Ana Iankova, and Maria Kanzler. The designers explain, "In our work, we combine an analytical design approach with intuition, dedication, and a playful sense of aesthetics. We create space for transformation and put people at the center. By listening carefully, we find individual and authentic design solutions that not only communicate but also create identity."

of Morphoria Design Collective
Learn more about Alexandros Michalakopoulos

Morphoria Design Collective is an independent design studio based in Düsseldorf. Since its foundation in 2014, the studio has been characterised by a collaborative way of working that promotes mutual inspiration. Over time, the group has evolved into a kind of Swiss army knife that integrates a variety of specialisms. Morphoria offers services in graphic design, branding, web design, illustration and other creative disciplines. The studio works for clients such as Telekom, Spiegel TY, the Bundeskunsthalle and Fortuna Düsseldorf.

of Lamm & Kirch
Learn more about Florian Lamm

Lamm & Kirch is a design studio that focuses on creating visual identities, books, and exhibitions within the cultural sector. Florian Lamm explains, "With our extensive experience in producing printed materials, we concentrate on the convergence of digital and analog publishing in a broader context." Their approach is defined by ongoing collaborations in varying constellations and they appreciate both the traditional and the modern, the evident and the concealed.

of Stiftung Buchkunst
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of Steindruck Werkstatt
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85 – 345


Alte Kongresshalle
Am Bavariapark 14
80339, Munich

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