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Cologne (Köln), Germany
Designer (Art Direction)
Member since May 22, 2007
Marco Siebertz studied Design at the Köln International School of Design. Before finishing his studies in 2006 he worked as a Project Manager and produced marketing events for companies like Volkswagen, L'Oréal or Sony.
For the moment his most excessive pastime is developing the Design Mmagazine ROGER. Moreover he is working as an Art Director for Deutsche Welle and writing for magazines and newspapers like e. g. Süddeutsche Zeitung.
In the words of Derek Cohen: From Germany ROGER is an assertion that deserves to be heard. ROGER is about design for globally responsible designers. Like other design magazines ROGER acknowledges that in our contemporary world design pervades all areas of society and is not limited to single disciplines, the element of difference however is that ROGER has a mature outlook. ROGER combines both design and responsibility, recognising that designers are not just people who produce and sell pretty things, but that there is a greater holistic alternative for those designers who are aware of the international climate of poverty, freedom and environmental choices. If you have enjoyed other design magazines ROGER will expand your expectations as it tackles design related questions with consideration for our current society and any future ones. ROGER has English and German text.