7–9 October 2016
Prishtina, Kosovo
Edition 6


ATLAS Studio (CH)

ATLAS is a Zurich based graphic design studio founded in 2011 by Martin Andereggen, Claudio Gasser and Jonas Wandeler. We work for clients in both commercial and cultural fields. Our services include all kind of printed and digital matter such as publications, identities, posters or websites. Besides that we teach at ZHdK (Zurich) and écal (Lausanne), give workshops, lectures and pursue self-initiated projects as well as collaborations on a regular basis.

Maureen Mooren (NL)

Maureen Mooren is a graphic designer based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, where she runs her own studio. In her work Mooren, by definition, raises the issue of representation. Mooren graduated from the Willem de Kooning Academy, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, in 1996 and collaborated with Daniel van der Velden until 2007 on a variety of projects, mainly in the cultural field. Mooren & Van der Velden designed amongst others ‘Archis’ (now Volume) magazine, the identity of the Holland Festival, and several catalogues such as ‘For Real’ for the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and artist books of amongst Haeque Yang, Job Koelewijn and Jonathan Monk. They won the first prize Concours International Chaumont in 2007. Since 2007 Mooren has operated independently and developed identities, books and printed materials, still mostly for cultural clients such as Holland Festival, Marres, Centre for Contemporaine Culture in Maastricht, and If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution. In addition, she designs artists’ books, amongst others for Manon de Boer, Joachim Koester and Keren Cytter. Since October 2013 Mooren is responsible for the visual identity of Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam. In 2011 she was one of the participating artists in the exhibition ‘Opera Aperta/Loose Work’ in the Dutch Pavilion at the Venice Biennale. Between 2001-2004 Mooren taught at ArtEZ Institute of the Arts in the Graphic Design department in Arnhem, the Netherlands. Between 2011–2014, Mooren taught at the Werkplaats Typografie in Arnhem. Since October 2014 she is Professor of System Design at the Academy of Arts in Leipzig.


NODE is a Berlin- and Oslo-based design studio founded in 2003 by Anders Hofgaard and Serge Rompza. The studio works collaboratively across various media for a diverse range of clients from individuals to institutions, focusing on print, identity, exhibition and interactive work. Besides studio projects, NODE gives lectures and holds workshops at art & design academies.


Motto was started by Alexis Zavialoff around 2007, and initiated as a distribution company for Switzerland, specializing in magazines and fanzines, a service which hardly existed before on the Swiss territory. The number of available publications kept growing and it now comprises more than 10000 titles, the catalogue being constantly updated. After establishing collaborations with major international distributors, the interest in books and smaller self-published items came naturally and it now constitutes a major part of Motto’s focus. Motto distributes more than 150 publishers to a more than a 100 stores worldwide. Events are organized regularly, with a particular eye for art school environments and art spaces. Motto also collaborates with libraries and institutions."

Veronica Ditting (UK/NL)

Veronica Ditting is an award-winning graphic designer and art director. Working out of her studio in Clerkenwell, London, she art directs the biannual women’s magazine The Gentlewoman as well as working with fashion houses, artists and art institutions, and architectural firms on a wide range of projects. These are characterised by an strong signature style that is exceptionally editorially-driven. Working in close collaboration with leading photographers, artists, editors and writers to realise ideas at their most elegant and definitive, the studio’s clients have included: fashion and retail brands Hermès, Tiffany & Co., Pollini, Pramma and Selfridges; the magazines Fantastic Man, which Veronica art directed until 2013, and COS, which she art directed until 2015; art institutions White Cube, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and Stroom Den Haag; artists including Barbara Visser, Dana Lixenberg, Katja Mater, Luca Guadagnino and Lernert & Sander; and De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB). Since graduating from the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in 2005, Veronica has received awards and nominations from the D&ADs, the Dutch Design Awards, the Aica Awards and Magpile. She is a frequent jury member of design competitions worldwide and lectures internationally, giving talks at conferences and staging workshops at design schools including the Gerrit Rietveld Academy, ÉCAL, and Bauhaus Universität Weimar.

Karl Nawrot (FR)

Karl Nawrot/Walter Warton, combines drawing, model-making, type design and illustration to explore the potential narratives in between childlike lines and violent shapes, architectural structures and surreally distorted spaces. Nawrot studied illustration at the École Émile Cohl, Lyon, and graphic design at the Werkplaats Typografie in Arnhem. He has participated in exhibitions at such institutions as SOMarts, San Francisco; Gutenberg-Museum, Mainz; Culture Station Seoul 284; Museum für Gestaltung Zürich; Pitti Immagine, Florence. His solo exhibitions, Mind Walk (I,II,III), were held at the Eastside Project, Birmingham, in 2013; the Gallery Factory, Seoul, in 2014 and the Bel Ordinaire, Pau, in 2015. He taught drawing at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, and was a guest professor of drawing and typography at the University of Seoul (2012–2015). He won the first price at the International Poster and Graphic Design Festival of Chaumont, in 2015.

Samuel Nyholm (SWE)

Samuel Nyholm is a Swedish graphic designer and illustrator. Formerly part of the the Swedish graphic design studio Reala. Sometimes works under the alias SANY. Selection of clients and collaborators include Tate Etc., Cornel Windlin, Kunsthalle St Gallen, Svenska Filminstitutet, Vitra, Dagen Nyheter, Svenska Dagbladet, Die Zeit, der Spiegel and others. In 2012 he was appointed the Professor of Illustration in HfK, Bremen. He is a frequent guest tutor and critic at various art schools like Gerrit Rietveld Academie and Sandberg Institute in Amsterdam, Werkplaats Typografie in Arnhem and ESAD in Strasbourg. Between 2007–2009, he was a teacher at ECAL in Lausanne.


We would like to invite you to celebrate the sixth edition of REDO, the annual International Graphic Design Conference in Prishtina, Kosovo. REDO is a three-day event in motion that brings together designers from around the world to create a discourse around the current issues within the practice of graphic design. Through a series of talks, workshops, books, and tours of the city, REDO provides an opportunity for designers to get together in and around the city of Prishtina.


Coming soon!


Bardhi Haliti


Vigan Hoxha


Nita Salihu, Yll Rugova, Albian Gagica, Arian Rexhepi


Petrit Bytyqi & boldUnderline. llc

REDO — International Graphic Design Conference

St. Rexhep Luci 1/6
Prishtina 10000
Republic of Kosovo
+386 49 278 299



€10 for the full conference.

For reservations, send an email to with your name and surname.


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Taxi from Skopje airport to Pristina:
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National Library of Kosova
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Jürg Lehni (CH)
Brian Roettinger (US)
Radim Peško (CZ/UK)
David Bennewith (NZ/NL)
Olivier Lebrun (FR)
Studio NOI (CH)
Sezgin Boynik (RKS/FI)
Moniker (NL)
Common Name (US)
De Stihl (FR)
San Seriffe (NL)


Åbäke (FR)
Julia Born (CH)
Experimental Jetset (NL)
Cornel Windlin (CH)
Helsinki Type Studio (FI)


Linda van Deursen (NL)
Gregor Huber & Ivan Sterzinger (CH)
Stefan Marx (DE)
Our Polite Society (NL/SE)
Angry Youth (RKS)


Visar Arifaj (RKS)
Tabi Aziri (MKD)
Ajdin Bašić (SLO)
Agon Çeta (RKS)
Nikola Djurek (CRO)
Aslak Gurholt Rønsen (NOR)
Visar Ulaj (RKS/SE)


Albian Gagica (RKS)
Fisnik Ismaili (RKS)
Jeton Morina (RKS/AL)
Yll Rugova (RKS)
Kushtrim Xhakli (RKS)
Vasjen Katro (ALB)
Bes Bujupi (UK)
Valon Sopi (RKS)