Julius Wiedemann

Julius Wiedemann was born in Brazil, where he studied design and marketing, before working in Japan, Germany, Spain, the United States and in the UK. He was a Senior Editor for Architecture, Design and Pop Culture at TASCHEN and is currently the Chief Curator at www.domestika.org. He is member of the advisory board of German science magazine Science Notes and weekly columnist at StirWorld. He has edited and co-authored over 100 books, is a regular lecturer, contributor to magazines, and has been in the jury of several awards all over the world. Wiedemann’s publications have sold over 2 million copies worldwide, and among his most popular titles are History of Graphic Design, Jamie Hewlett, Information Graphics, Understanding the World, and the books about record covers and web design. His main interests reside in the intersection between culture, communication and technology. He is the father of three, lives and works wherever he has wifi.