Profile: TOCA ME

Munich's TOCA ME has many faces: a design studio, an online community and a creative conference. "We always try to realise our ideas and make things happen," says one of its founders, Thorsten Iberl. The three talented members of this vibrant design outfit are creating solutions that successfully bridge the gap between their experimental sympathies and the commercial demands of an increasingly stellar client list.

From its base in the Bavarian capital, TOCA ME reaches out to clients and contemporaries around the world - including BMW, Xbox and Vodafone - through print, web and events. The quality of its creative offerings stretches from end to end - there are no blemishes or unsightly patches.

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