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NERGER M&O presents 'Emerald Green', the new issue of their magazine 10 with a sneak preview on GoSee

NERGER M&O publishes the magazine 10 Emerald Green. A total of 15 issues of 10 magazine have been released, with 10 Light-Yellow even winning an international LeadAward for Design. The color emerald green has a remarkable history. At the beginning of the 19th century, it was the color most frequently used due to its low cost. Unfortunately, the pigments also contained arsenic, which was harmful to the health of painters such as Monet, Gauguin... and women of society who dyed their dresses with it as well as Kings (Napoleon) who painted their chambers with it... and even led to their death. It is also the coastal green color (Costa Smeralda) and of the emerald gem.

The magazine is distributed throughout Europe in advertising agencies, editor's offices and used by fashion clients, design offices and direct clients. GUDBERG NERGER ( designed 10 Emerald Green. The magazine can be ordered for free via All magazines at a glance.
11.05.2017 // show complete article


'Watch my tattoos' is the title of LUFTHANSA EXCLUSIVE issue Nr.11 of the watch special, photographed by Ragnar SCHMUCK (production: Olaf Borchard, watch styling: Jörn Kengelbach, props: Uli Dexheimer, tattoos: Vadersdye).

He also staged the powerful sports car JAGUAR F-TYPE SVR in two motifs, and in the ROBBREPORT Germany editorial 'Schwarzweissgold', he accentuated Germany’s 25 best luxury brands with his high-class still photography (styling: Thomas Rook).

Plus, Ragnar photographed 'Pieces of Art' of a very special kind for NO.1 COLLECTOR’S EDITION, and he captured 'Good Spirits' with his camera for BARBARA magazine in the lifestyle spread (styling: Cris Wiegandt).
16.03.2017 // show complete article

Wolfgang STAHR c/o NERGER M&O with an artist portrait of Fiete Stolte and Shannon Bool for ARTSY, art scene Athens special in LUFTHANSA MAG, FRIEDER BURDA FOUNDATION portrait...

For American art portal ARTSY, Wolfgang STAHR portrayed artists Fiete Stolte and Shannon Bool who live in Berlin. Also in the newest iisue of LUFTHANSA MAGZINE is a travel report by the photographer about the art scene in Athens.

Patricia Kamp, the new Director of the Frieder Burda Museum in Baden Baden and its subsidiary in Berlin, was portrayed by Wolfgang STAHR for the FRIEDER BURDA FOUNDATION. He also photographed Swiss businesswoman Bea Knecht (founder of the streaming provider Zattoo and transgender activist) for the newest issue of SALON during a Berlin salon evening.
16.03.2017 // show complete article