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MARCO JUSTUS SCHÖLER

Founder, Photographer & Marketing Planner

Marco Justus moved to Berlin in 2011 and started his career as a photographer in the fields of commercial campaigns for international clients like Omega, 20th Century Fox, Mercedes-Benz, FC Bayern München or Carlsberg. In 2016 he started his major multimedial photo exhibition „Faces Behind The Voices“ – a project showing the most famous dubbing actors in Germany (incl. the voices of Leonardo DiCaprio, Johnny Depp, Jennifer Lawrence, etc.). The exhibition is still on tour and had over 5,4 millions visitors in 22 cities so far. Marco Justus also is a social media entrepreneur and strategist equipped with aggressive marketing skills.

OLIVER SCHLEITH

Founder, Strategist & Publisher

After graduating in graphic design & arts, Oliver began his career in 2006 when he started his first design studio, working with global players like NIKE. Besides his commercial work he run his first charity projects, bringing together artists and the industry, to the benefit of a hospital for children in Senegal. In 2010 he started his most ambitious project: a sustainable eco-fashion brand along with German actor Matthias Schweighöfer – “German Garment“ had its complete production chain within Germany and was worn by Robbie Williams, Oscar winner Jared Leto, Macklemore and many more. In 2014 Oliver founded Whitelies – his second design and media agency working along with sustainable fashion designers and artists.

DAVID CARSON

chief creative officer & Spokesman

Ingrained within the surfing sub-culture of Southern California, David started experimenting with graphic design during the mid 1980s. Not only a designer, in 1989 he has qualified as the 9th best surfer in the world. His interest in the world of surfing gave him the opportunities to experiment with design, working on several different publications related to the profession. Transworld Skateboarding, Beach Culture, How Magazine and RayGun were among the publications on which he worked. However, it was RayGun where he gained perhaps the most recognition and was able to share his design style, characterized by “dirty” type which adheres to none of the standard practices of typography and is often illegible, with the widest audience. After the success of RayGun, and press from the New York Times and Newsweek, he founded his own studio David Carson Design in 1995.