Kellenberger–White is a London-based graphic design studio. It develops visual languages that are responsive, playful and process-led. The studio is multidisciplinary, and focuses on identities, publications, exhibitions, wayfinding and digital platforms. Kellenberger–White collaborates with artists, curators, architects and designers, as well as with programmers, illustrators and photographers.
Eva Kellenberger and Sebastian White began their creative partnership while studying at the Royal College of Art. For a decade, the studio has worked with museums, cultural organisations and a wide range of companies. Kellenberger–White’s context-specific design schemes are built using bespoke typography, print and digital technologies and craft techniques.
Recent projects include identities for: CCA Goldsmiths; Glasgow International; Bonner Kunstverein; Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art; Open School East; Spike Island. Exhibition design for: Barbican; British Library; Design Museum; English Heritage; National Trust; Natural History Museum; Royal College of Art; Royal Academy of Arts; Science Museum, Tate; Turner Contemporary; Wellcome Trust. Editorial design and art direction for Elephant magazine, and publications for: Hauser & Wirth; White Cube; Tate Publishing; Marsilio; Laurence King; MIT Press. And wayfinding for: the V&A; Newnham College, Cambridge; and the Ace Hotel.
Kellenberger–White has been invited to exhibit and talk around the world and their work is held in public collections in Europe. Their identity for the Glasgow International arts festival was shortlisted by the Design Museum for Designs of the Year 2015. Recent awards include the Swiss Federal Office of Culture, Most Beautiful Swiss Books 2016 for their book That Continuous Thing (Tate Publishing, 2016).