When he was young Martin Schröder was immersed in typography.
His father was chief editor of a magazine, the mother instead worked in a publishing house for children.
At the age 14 he was active in a working group. Later he learned the art of printing from the master Wolfgang Holtz. After a training he became typographer in 1985.
He specialized in commercial work, became an editor and worked for various publishers. He coordinates a magazine and during military service he developed his knowledge in offset printing.
After this period, he returned to the pure typography and in 94 he opened his own typography workshop.
Below you can see some of his works produced in collaboration with various designers.
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