Wiedemann was born in Brazil, studied design and marketing, and has lived and worked in Japan, Germany and UK. He is a Senior Editor for design and architecture at TASCHEN and Chief curator at www.domestika.org; having edited over a 100 books, he is a regular lecturer, juror of countless awards. Wiedemann’s publications have sold over two million copies worldwide, including titles like History of Graphic Design, Jamie Hewlett, and books on data visualisation. His main interests reside in the intersection between technology, culture, and communication. He lives and works wherever he has wifi, and is a happy traveller.
Articles by Julius Wiedemann
by Julius Wiedemann Oct 10, 2019
Julius Wiedemann reviews this book by Jens Müller, which is packed with design, and depicts the importance of the visual culture associated with the city of Berlin.
by Julius Wiedemann Sep 13, 2019
Julius Wiedemann reviews this book to observe Hey Studio’s works, challenging design notions and the importance of colour in the perception of the world around us.
by Julius Wiedemann Aug 21, 2019
Julius Wiedemann reviews this book to revisit the idea of drawing, questioning its origin and re-establishing its significance to communicate thoughts.
by Julius Wiedemann Jun 27, 2019
Julius Wiedemann reviews this book and reflects on the idea of context in content, the detail in pairing one with the other and the essence of a complete message.