GUDBERG NERGERAbout us
GUDBERG NERGER is a multidisciplinary think tank that develops concepts and campaigns for transmedia communication. From conception to design to production. From print to film. From the idea to the finished product. For brands, companies, artists, thinkers and makers.
We create ideas, products and services based on outstanding design. No matter if it´s a film, a website, a book, a corporate design or an event. We collaborate with innovative clients and artists to release remarkable projects across multiple disciplines.
We publish and distribute books and magazines in the areas of art, design, photography, illustration, travel, lifestyle, architecture et al.
We run an artspace for exhibitions and events, represent contemporary artists and participate in international art fairs.
We offer the world's best independent magazines, books, prints and products in art & design.
JUERGEN NERGERPartner | Managing Director
Jürgen Nerger has been working in the film, advertising and design industry for over 20 years. He began his career in 1992 as a creative for Springer & Jacoby in Hamburg, where he left as a Creative Director in 1996. He then switched for a couple of more years as a CD to several agencies, before he finally transitioned into the film business and worked in Stockholm until 2006, where he released more than 100 films (television, commercial, industry) for Scandinavia and North America as an author and director. Since 2007 Jürgen Nerger has been living and working in Hamburg. He realised international projects as a creative and director for clients such as BMW, Mercedes, Porsche, Volkswagen, Coca Cola, Bacardi, Jack Daniels, Swedish Post, SEB, Panasonic, MediaMarkt and many others. For his work he has won numerous awards at national and international competitions – such as ADC New York, Europe and Germany, Cannes Lions, Clio, LIAA and more.
JAN MUELLER-WIEFELPartner | Managing Director
At the age of 12 years Jan Mueller-Wiefel has designed his first magazine: From 1992 to 1998 he self-published the St. Pauli fanzine ``PiPa Millerntor``. Since then, he loves magazines and the aesthetics of design print publications. During his study of Visual Communication in late 2000, he co-founded ``GUDBERG``, a design studio specialized in editorial and corporate design and in 2003 ``finetunes``, a worldwide distribution service for digital media. During the last years he enlarged the operating fields of GUDBERG also as a Publishing House and Art Gallery for cooperations with international artists and designers in physical and non-physical distribution of creative content. He was involved in a magazine creation of ``Jahreszeiten Verlag`` and ``Bauer Verlag`` and had lectureships in editorial design at the Berlin UDK, the Hamburg FSG, the HCU and the College of Design in Basel.