Recycling of materials and also the bauhaus style gives a “late” design, where form and design reflect on historical and artistic, well-known and already approved, or tried out ideas. Within the late modern design world and its framework of retro-capitalism, are ideas that were once proven wrong welcome… Although many may say that the Bauhaus style is a thing of the past, is the Bauhaus-inspired “late” design a continuous study of recycling and modularity.

Side-table. Recycled materials, and bauhaus-inspired design.

PosterDesign.shop website and web magazine communicate sale of the poster Free design. The web mag is in addition to the sale of the poster introducing the related notions social design, graphic design, and offset. 

The poster is sold as offset, digital file, and as multimedia CD-r.

PosterDesign website and mag is now out!

You can on the site download a productionsheet with specifications.

The site and the poster present and document an independent and non-commercial initiative.

The Free design – poster is a part of an independent artistic and disciplinary research on social art and design, and the topic “free design”. Its research and production grew out of a workshop and collaboration with the independent curator Christiane Erharter and the international studio program OCA ISP in 2003-’04.

The poster design series Free design – poster can now be ordered at PosterDesign.shop.

The site and its web mag communicate sale of the poster design as offset and multimedia CD-r and is offering you a reading on the notions social design, graphic design, and offset.


The offset poster, and the multimedia CD-r with digital files can be ordered at PosterDesign.shop.

Related to modern utopia, relational aesthetics, eco-design, modular design, information economy, postmodernity, green design, communication theory, globalization, and the topic social design and art, is the poster design adopting its free design from a 70’s popular culture and the conceptualization of a postmodern lifestyle concept.

“Global village” has since the 90s colloquium-form-of-education been intended to be a symbol of dialogue, and attitudes about openness and dialogue-based learning across disciplines.

The concept is central in discussions about subject boundaries and has since the 60s encouraged dialogue between subject boundaries, and learning based on multi-perspective thinking, and a post-modern ideal of knowledge.