C100 Studio is a Munich-based creative bureau specializing in visual identities for brands and publications, image creation and design for international institutions in culture, fashion, sports and the arts. The boutique studio is headed by Christian Hundertmark who founded the studio in 2003 to deliver inventive and precise visual solutions achieving new levels for both clients and the studio. C100 Studio performs a balancing act between commerce and art and therefore cannot be easily pigeonholed: it offers creative direction, artistic direction, design, curation up to art projects on all popular platforms.
To ensure resources and ability to handle projects of any scope C100 Studio associates with his international network of creative talents from manifold artistic disciplines.
C100 studio already worked for i.e. Amnesty International, Bauwerk Capital, Burton Snowboards, BMW Motorenwerke AG, Calvin Klein, Filmfest München, Levi’s, Nudie Jeans, Oakley, Pinakothek der Moderne, Prada, Rome SDS Snowboards, Sony Music, Süddeutsche Zeitung Verlag, The North Face, Telekom, Vans among many others.
Apart from working for their own clients the studio also launches collaborative projects like the publication A Bigger Park abiggerpark.com, curates art projects/exhibitions and provides creative support and consultation for other agencies.
Over the years C100 Studio’s work was published in numerous publications, featured on multiple blogs, sold in shops all over the world and exhibited in Europe and the United States. French publishing house Pyramyd released an edition about C100 studio in their ‘Design & Designers’ book series in 2008.
Creative Direction, Conception, Art Direction, Editorial Design, Corporate Identity, Visual Identity, Exhibition / Trade Fair Booth Design & Organisation, Event Identity, Illustration, App Design, Logo Design, Motion Design, Music Packaging, Poster Design, Product Graphic Design, Retail Design, Redesign, Web Design
Christian Hundertmark is also author of the books “The Art of Rebellion I, II, III and VI” which sold over 90.000 copies worldwide and have a high reputation in the worldwide urban contemporary art scene.
He held lectures / workshops i.e. at Miami Ad School, Typografische Gesellschaft München, McKinsey + Company, and Roland Berger Strategy Consultants.
From 2007-2011 Christian was European correspondent for Hong Kong based IdN design magazine.
In addition to his design work, Christian is also an urban contemporary artist and regularly participates in solo and group exhibitions around the globe. His works were already exhibited in galleries and museums i.e. in Berlin, New York, Vienna and London. You can find his artistic work here http://c100atelier.com
Since 2016 he also works together with the artist Patrick Hartl under the name Layer Cake http://layercake.org.
Basic Posters, Bastardised, Best of Disc Art, Black & White Graphics, Business Cards 3, Colour in Graphics, Communicating Fashion Brands, Defgrip, Design & Designers, Ètapes, For A Good Cause, For Love And Money, Grafic, Graphic, Graphics Alive 2, Graphic Beats, Graphic Design, Inspirations, IdN Magazine, IdN 15th Anniversary, Ingenuity Magazine, International Design Yearbook, I Love Futura, I Love Helvetica, Logo Art, Logo Book, Logology 2, Los Logos 4, Los Logos 5, Los Logos 6, My Own Business Card, Musikraphics, Neuland, Novum Magazine, On Board, Page Magazine, Retrofonts, Satellite Voices, Sketchbooks, Streetwear Today Magazine, Sueddeutsche Zeitung, The Munich Book, Vectorism, X-Ray Magazine
„Born 1974“ (Grafik14 – Zürich, 2014), So Far, „So Good, So What?“ (Helmet Gallery – Munich, 2011), „So Far, So Good, So What?“ (Nina Sagt Gallery – Düsseldorf, 2011), „Undplus“ (Berlin, 2009 & 2010), „Siren #2“ (Helmet Gallery – Munich, 2010), „Stroke #1“ (Munich, 2010), „C100 & Mambo at Oakley“ (Bread & Butter – Barcelona, 2008), Siren #1, (Sodabooks – Munich, 2008), „Around The Bloc“ (Nicholas Robinson Gallery – New York, 2008), „5,3 kg“ (Zerwirk – Munich, 2007), Red Bull Brandwagen (Vienna, 2006), „So G‘sehn“ (Serie A – Munich, 2005), Finders Keepers (London, 2003, – Barcelona, 2004 – Milan, 2005), Food Show (Magma – London, 2004), „GER vs NL“ (Amsterdam, 2004), „Mindclouder“ (Carharrt–Antwerp, 2002)
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