2021
2018
2018
Workshop with Thomas Castro (LUST, Stedelijk, NL)
2013
Studied Architecture & Sociology at TU Vienna and University of Vienna for 1.5 years
2012
Graduation from High School Herz-Jesu Missionare, Salzburg, AT

2019
Grafisches Büro, Vienna, AT
2018
studio LWZ & Manuel Radde, Vienna, AT
2016
Internship at Inspiranto, design agency, Salzburg, AT
2015
Internship at Werbenetzwerk, design agency, Salzburg, AT

2020
IIID Award Gold & Bronze
2018
Bachelor project honored for outstanding performance
2017
2nd place at the Competition to design the official Life Ball wine label


Philipp Doringer is a Graphic- & Information designer
working in Austria & the Netherlands

Email                  ciao@philippdoringer.com
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Jewish Vienna – A cartography project

I lived in the Second District of Vienna which is and was the center of the Jewish community of Vienna. The district gets a lot of its charm and uniqueness through this community: The orthodox Jewish families walking around the markets, the Jewish schools or the Kosher supermarkets. I wanted to focus this cartography project on this community, which has been an important part of my life. After months of intensive research in libraries, the Jewish Museum of Vienna, and district offices, I gathered enough information and data to create visual representations in my work. I focused my research on three categories:

—The Jewish life in the Second District until 1938
—The deportations of Jews taking place between 1938 and 1945
—The Jewish life in Vienna’s Second District today.

After that, I mapped all three aspects on three individual maps. The last map contains all three aspects so the viewer can see where Jewish life in Vienna was once to where it is today. I also made a booklet containing the maps, which also tells the history of the Jewish Community in Vienna.


Materials

Paper Cover
Fedrigoni Sirio Pearl Platinum 110 g/m²
Paper Inside
Munken Lynx 90 g/m2²
Special printing
The maps contain blind embossing, as well as riso print on digital print. The positive and negative parts to make the blind embossing and the embossing itself were done by myself with a laser cutter carving in wood and then pressed together under high pressure.