Susanne Bauer and Armin Reinhold, two designers standing behind Sunda Studio have their base in Erlangen, a Middle Franconian city in Bavaria, Germany.
They work on a wide range of projects in the field of graphic design, in addition, they produce individual handmade prints in limited editions. The duo values the conceptual meaning of a project, while taking into account the economic aspect of development. The essence of the project featured below, entitled Heute Morgen, could not be described better than by the words of Armin Reinhold, one of the studio’s graphic designer.
“Heute Morgen is a self-initiated project about the perception and recognition of the present. With just a few seconds long it is an abstract duration, we are constantly living in. Like a looping beat we could hardly hear. Down to earth the present seems to be like nothing else but the sense of immediate events in a short period of time. The unexpected could stretch that time for our mind and therefore create space to memorize what is actually happening around us,” he explained. The three set of books, printed in different colors include a self-written essay and pictures of the same objects. The publication features photographs of common objects placed in a unique context and also a manual stop-motion animation with the duration of three seconds.