Hi, I’m Frankie, a German-born graphic designer practising from a sunny studio in Brisbane, Australia. From a young age I loved editorial design, photography and brutalist architecture. When my parents first took me across Europe, I collected theatre tickets, flyers and exhibition catalogues instead of the usual souvenirs.
These early adventures led to me working in luxury international hotels around the globe, and eventually I arrived at graphic design. Today that lifelong obsession with travel, print and texture manifests in my work with design professionals, creative entrepreneurs and lifestyle brands. I live and breathe branding, print and packaging design.
The work I create is directly informed by my constant quest to learn more about design in all of its forms (you are looking at Beautiful Pages’ number one customer right here). I layer this design vernacular into concepts informed by the story you want to tell, and why that story matters to you and your audience.
To create work like this, I am an intentionally solo practitioner. This allows me to work one-on-one with clients, build genuine relationships and bring as much value as possible to the project. If you want to learn more about the ways we can collaborate, my services page has more details for you.
Let’s create design that will make you proud of what you do.
What is the 'Neubau' about?
The name Studio Neubau reflects my love of grids and editorial design. The studio name and identity is rooted in the memory of my early childhood spent in East Germany living in a Neubaublock, which is an apartment building made from pre-made concrete blocks. This home is responsible for my fascination for all things minimalist, concrete, and black and white! I specialise in thoughtful design for creative and design entrepreneurs, researchers and authors, and lifestyle brands.
Want to know more?
I genuinely admire my clients and the work they create. If you think we are a good fit, download the Information Kit for more information about my process, services and pricing.