Garvin Hirt

Garvin Hirt

Founder, Creative Director at FLOK Design Communication GmbH
Berlin, Germany

Summary

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Positions

Founder
Cannamedo
April 2017 - Present (6 months)
Cannamedo.de ist eine unabhängige Informations-Plattform zum Thema Medizinisches Marihuana. Sie richtet sich insbesondere an Patienten, Ärzte, Apotheker, Therapeuten und Produzenten.

Cannamedo.de informs patients and medical professionals about all aspects of medical marijuana.
Founder, Creative Director
FLOK Design Communication GmbH
2006 - Present (11 years 9 months)
Flok is a Berlin-based mulit-disciplinary design consultancy with global reach. Flok manages and executes design-led projects for a wide range of international clients.

Our holistic approach is based upon transforming initial ideas into powerful, responsive brand experiences.

Our passion for excellent results is based upon a simple underlying premise - we truly enjoy what we do.
Tutor
International School of Communication Design, Beijing Normal University
2005 (1 year)
Brand Communication Course & Motion Graphics Course
Art Director, Graphic Designer
Why Not Associates
2000 - 2005 (5 years)

Education

Design and Visual Communications, General

Design Factory International, Hamburg
1998 - 2001 (3 years)

Chinese Art History & Calligraphy

Shanghai Jiaotong University, China
1999 - 2000 (1 year)

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