Mehmet Gözetlik is one of the most influential designers of Turkey. He influenced many individuals around the globe with his project called, ‘Minimalist effect in the maximalist market’. He has contributed to the transformation of the global agenda, applying this phenomenon in dozens of ways. When Starbucks … Read More
Mehmet Gözetlik is one of the most influential designers of Turkey. He influenced many individuals around the globe with his project called, ‘Minimalist effect in the maximalist market’. He has contributed to the transformation of the global agenda, applying this phenomenon in dozens of ways. When Starbucks changed their logo, international publications such as adage.com and the Washington Post associated the Starbucks Campaign with Mehmet’s project. In the end, It was exhibited in the “Reason Design Emotion" sub-theme of the Beijing International Design Triennial with many international designers including Naoto Fukasawa, Zaha Hadid, Ross Lovegrove, Marc Newson, Norman Foster, and Philippe Starck. it was a source of inspiration to the ‘No Noise Campaign’ of Selfridges, a chain of high-end department stores in the UK.
He has designed “Public Gothic Font Family” and it has been downloaded by more than 100,000 people from all over the world in the first few months of its release. Its Pro edition has been licensed by several companies such as Dreamworks SGI, American Airlines, AOL, ESPN, TBWA, Vogue, Yahoo, Avery Dennison, Vice Media, Wiley.
He has developed brand identities, branding systems, communication strategies for a broad range of clients that includes, among others, Azerbaijan Airlines, Autoban, British American Tobacco, Kndu, Nike, Shock Therapy, Xerox.
His work has been exhibited all over the world and featured in many international publications, books, magazines, online galleries such as the Washington Post, Computer Arts, Packaging Europe, Business Time, Adweek, The Drum, Slanted Magazine, Dezeen Book of Ideas, Yedioth Ahronoth, Page, Wired, DesigNet, Etapes, Behance, Vimeo, Fast Company, Dezeen, Gizmodo, Yanko. His products have been sold in Amazon, Urban Outfitters, and many international design stores. His limited edition artworks have been sold in 52 countries.
Mehmet Gözetlik is Executive Creative Director of Antrepo, a collective platform. He teaches Design entrepreneurship, Presentation Skills, and Typography at Bilgi University. He attends national and international conferences to explain the global effects of his projects and share his ideas about future needs including TEDx Talks, Garanti Managers Summit, International TypeCon conference, Open City Forum and more. He also gives corporate training on the following subjects: Design Thinking for Innovative Problem Solving, Data Visualization, Advance Presentation Skills, Visual Storytelling, and International Brand Strategy. Read Less