All Things Are is a Hamburg-based multilingual design studio originally founded in Barcelona in 2006. We help brands and organisations tell their story through thoughtful design solutions, both digital and in print.
Our design process aims at reducing complexity to reveal core values. We research, engage in workshops and build prototypes in order to gain the domain knowledge that allows us to provide transformative insights and identify opportunities. While data and structured methods are important tools, we believe intuition and joy also have critical roles in the design process. It’s essential to us to work on projects and with organisations that are ethical and mission-driven.
We’re a small studio with a big reach. Our established network of creative specialists in the fields of Web development, Photography, and Copywriting allows us to build teams tailored for each project. If you would like to discuss a new project, please get in touch.
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Fredrik Jönsson studied fine art in Gothenburg, Paris and Barcelona before graduating with an MFA from Winchester School of Arts in 1998. He worked as an artist and exhibited in galleries in Sweden, UK and Spain before deciding to pursue a career as designer. A self-taught graphic designer, Fredrik worked for many years under the moniker Ummocrono before formally founding a studio practice with Nina Wollner in 2007. After relocating from Barcelona to Hamburg in 2011, the practice changed its name to All Things Are in 2016. Fredrik’s work is informed by a belief in design’s strategic role in creating sustainable value for businesses and organisations.
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Nina Wollner studied communication design at the Faculty of Design, University of Applied Sciences in Darmstadt. After earning her degree with distinction in 2002, she spent several years working in agencies in Frankfurt and Darmstadt, including Karnath+Partner, Loft5, Surface, and bluequest. Nina moved to Barcelona, Spain in 2006, where she worked on international projects at Small Back Room and Vicenç Marco before establishing Ummocrono together with Fredrik Jönsson. The practice moved to Hamburg in 2011 and changed its name to All Things Are in 2016. Nina’s love of typographic detail is rooted in a purposeful commitment to clarity and legibility.
Brand identity: Visual identity, Strategy, Art direction, Editorial design, Photography + Video, Copywriting / Product & Development: Product strategy, Concept development, Web design, UX Design, Illustration, Development
UK: Built Engineers, Feesability, Krets, Practico, University of East London Sweden: Q.E.D. Arkitektur, Stockholm Royal Institute of Technology, University of Gothenburg, Magasin 3 Museum & Foundation for Contemporary Art, Radiotalk Germany: Wer liefert was?, Xing/New Work SE, Antares Project, Franzis Biokiste, Sweep, Katharina Hovman, Lagardère Sports Spain: Vortex, The Swedish School in Barcelona, MACBA Museum of Contemporary Art Barcelona