Hamburg voraus – Banner

large-scale banner for the presentation of the federal state of Hamburg in 2009
"Hamburg voraus" für Hamburg Marketing | getting-up | 2009
In 2009 the Hamburg Marketing GmbH commissioned the artistic collective getting-up with the design a huge banner, with which the federal state of Hamburg wanted to present itself at the annual “Bundesländer-Schau”, an event at which the federal states are presented.
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Around The World – parts of

canvas-prints for Blohm+Voss
Leinwand für Blohm+Voss | getting-up | 2008In 2007 getting-up was commissioned by the Hamburg shipyard Blohm+Voss to design a huge banner featuring typical characteristics of the company. In 2008 the company requested that parts of the design be printed on a series of canvasses, and this request was duly fulfilled.
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Around the world – Blohm+Voss

a huge banner for Blohm+Voss
"Around the world" | getting-up - Umsetzung für Blohm+Voss Hamburg. Artists: Daim, Tasek, Daddy CoolBy order of the shipyard Blohm+Voss, getting-up designed a huge banner entitled “Around The World” in 2007.

Bohm + Voss has been a technological market leader in the shipbuilding sector for decades and currently ranks among the world’s top suppliers of components for the shipbuilding industry. getting-up was commissioned to create a banner that reflected Bohm + Voss’ achievements.
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Dock-Art – 2,000 m² of graffiti art in the Port of Hamburg

In April 2001, a supersize art banner was hung in Hamburg’s port: 2.000 m² of graffiti art covering one of the city’s most well-known spots — Blohm+Voss’ legendary dock 10.

Artist: DAIM, Darco, Stohead, Tasek, Peter Michalski, Loomit, Seak, Daddy Cool, Toast, Vaine | "Das neue Hamburg und seine Partnerstaedte" | project by "getting-up" | Hamburg / Germany | 2001 | wall-painting was printed on net-vinyl | hanging on the dock 10 at Blohm+Voss, Hamburg Harbour

The huge picture was the result of two years of work by getting-up, the technical knowledge of PosterNetwork AG, Hamburg as well as financial support by ENTERASYS. The model for the poster was a ca. 600 m² measuring spray painted mural that was created in two weeks time on the walls of a former warehouse.
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