Stefan Seifert, graduated visual communication designer and typographic artist, learned the basics in fine book printing and design in the nineties at the Stamperia Valdonega where he managed the VAL (Valdonega Aesthetic Line) project.
About this time he met Luca Stoppini, Vogue Italy’s famous art director and created several exclusive typefaces for Condé Nast.
Among his graphic design projects stand out Trussardi’s corporate design as well as several typographic directions for prestigious ad campaigns made by Italian publicity agencies.
Returning to Germany he signed responsible for magazine directions and established a small but renowned design studio of his own. For several years he took over the art direction for Mercedes-Benz (Berlin) at the }ete$ &$ndt %e$beagentu$.
His latest endeavors are being CEO for Elementi Design occupied mainly with corporate design projects as well as working as creative director and consultant.