MUTHESIUS ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS
2010 – 2014
Bachelor of Fine Arts in communication design with a focus in digital and interaction design and illustration. Supervisior Prof. Tom Duscher and Prof. Markus Huber.
1997 – 2009
Completed german baccalaureate
with a focus in Art and English
DELF A2 DIPLOMA FRENCH
2011 – 2013
MUTHESIUS ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS
2011 – 2012
Student assistant for Prof. Tom Duscher
6 months internship
(since 2010 "das Richtwerk") www.dasrichtwerk.de
A2 ARCHITEKTEN & INGENIEURE
Amelie Schulze is a Berlin based communication designer, born on 3rd December 1989.
Solving communication problems with clear
and attractive design solutions is the basis of her work. She isn't afraid of new challenges and interactive experiments.
If you're interested in a cooperation, please send an email.
After Effects CC,
Basics Cinema 4D,
Basics Final Cut Pro,
2011 – 2013
Exhibition of the Muthesius Academy of Art and Design
"Dialogs in Wonderland" (2009)
"Grünes Neukölln" (2008)
"Junior Post Art" (2008)
"Movement Sports Emotion" (2007)
IMMERSION LANGUAGE COURSE FRENCH
Two weeks language course at Institur Linguistique Adenet ILA
EUROPEAN UNION "COMENIUS PROJECT"
"Schüler-Deligierten-Konferenz" from Fritz-Karsen-School, language: English,
"INTO LALA MUSIC APP" (BACHELOR THESIS)
What is left when we download an album or a soundtrack on Amazon or iTunes? We only get a small
mp3-file without any kind of design. The whole artwork is missing. Only a square picture of the CD cover is left. I wanted to bring the artwork back to the digital audio through a music application.
In 2013 the electropop band "INTO LALA" was searching for a new music video. I created an iPad application in which the user could discover the song "CALEIDOSCOPE EYES" by playing with the sound tracks.
Each sound of the song belongs to a visualisation. All sounds together result in the full song and song visualisation. The user can discover an interactive songbook, information about the band and their next gigs.
Bachelor thesis 2014 by Amelie Schulze, Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts and Design Kiel.
Supervisior Prof. Tom Duscher. Concept, Animation, Illustration by Amelie Schulze. Music "Caleidoscope Eyes" by "INTO LALA".
"FUTURE OCEAN APP" 2012/2013
The fiktive iPad app game "Future Ocean - Das Wissenschaftlerteam" informs about the interdisciplinary
co-operation of the scientists from the Future Ocean Cluster Kiel. (futureocean.org/de). The user constellate his own team of reasearchers. He tries to prevent the coaster from natural catastrophies. It's important to know which scientist could prevent which catastrophy. A race against time starts...
4th semester project at Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts and Design Kiel.
Supervisior Prof. Tom Duscher, MA Christan Engler and Frederike Balzereit (Future Ocean Cluster Kiel).
Concept, animation and illustration by Amelie Schulze.
Creative Common Licensed Sounds:
Happy Boy End Theme - Kevin MacLeod | Exotic Battle - Kevin MacLeod | freesound.org/people/ST303/sounds/171041/ | freesound.org/people/spazzo_1493/sounds/76376/ | freesound.org/people/CapsLok/sounds/181907/ | freesound.org/people/petenice/sounds/9508/ | freesound.org/people/VyckRo/sounds/155628/ | freesound.org/people/darren1979/sounds/58416/ | freesound.org/people/zuben/sounds/39837/ | freesound.org/people/roigianno/sounds/140481/ | freesound.org/people/jjhouse4/sounds/201201/
"GLASS FOR DESIGNER'S" 2013
Which tools could be interesting for a designer's smart glass? The animation shows a future design
application for a smart glass. At first view, the glass shows grids, rgb's and fonts to simplify the work in progress.
5th semester project at Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts and Design Kiel. Supervisior Martin Sperling.
© Amelie Schulze, 2013.
Music: Snow crystals by Apparatjik
"SIMPLY MAEDA - THE LAWS OF SIMPLICITY" IPAD APP 2013
The fictive iPad app is about the book "The Laws of Simplicity" from John Maeda.
It includes three levels: 1. listening, 2. touching and seeing and 3. learning and understanding.
Listen to the narrator, touching the points and droping them to an icon, which belongs to
a law and their own experiences.
I also created a "print app" to buy the app by using the QR code.
©Amelie Schulze, Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Kiel 2011.
3rd semester project, supervisior Prof. Tom Duscher & Prof. Silke Juchter.
"MUT ZUR WUT" POSTER 2013
The intention of the contest was to create a DIN A2 poster with a critical, social, political or personal content.
I chose the actual discussed theme gay marriage. My poster shows a simple but considered illustration of a gay engaged couple.
COLLAGE "BROKEN MANNEQUIN" 2013 (FREE WORK)
The inspiration was an article I read about depressions and suicides in the model business. I cut out triangles of different newspaper pictures. The assambled triangles look like a broken mirror and stand for the broken mannequins at the same time.
"ROCKET RIDER" ILLUSTRATION 2013 (FREE WORK)
After I designed the Future Ocean application, I created a self-portrait in the same style. The ispiraton was a dream after watching a space movie. Berlin, 2013.
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