Street Religion with ❤ · 2017 · ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. AGBs
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We are a creative studio for visual culture, videography and photography. We are working with lifestyle brands, fashion brands, blogs, art galleries and various companies. A well thoughtout storytelling is very important to us. As well as the music.

To us it’s important that every client gets a unique concept which tells their story the way it needs to be told. A main part of our production is the music. We create all the music on our own. This gives us the opportunity and freedom to edit the music just like the video footage.

Street Religion is run by Svenja Müller and Jochen Stuible. They both supervise every step of every project themself. They overwatch the whole process from the first meeting to the last ‚thank you’ e-mail. They conceptualize, shoot, cut, edit & render. Just everything that says Street Religion is 100% Svenja and Joe.


#1/2 of Street Religion

#bachelor of arts

Loves soccer, basketball, american football, hip-hop, LoFi and shooting films, of course. Likes to eat. Especially burgers and steaks. Joe produces all the cool music for our projects.


#1/2 of Street Religion

#bachelor of arts

Loves traveling, horse-riding, pancakes and waffles and everything that has to do with photography and videography. Retouching and color grading can capture Svenja’s imagination for hours or days. Otherwise you can find her riding through the prairie.


Los Angeles, Miami, San Diego, London, Sydney, Melbourne, Singapore, Reading | UK, Venice



Berlin, Stuttgart, Cologne, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Karlsruhe, Ulm, Coblenz, Bietigheim-Bissingen

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Our Religion is design. (FULLSTOP)

Maybe it is not that easy. Nowadays a lot of people talk about design and how much of a designy person they are. So let us try to make a point here on how design might be able to become a religion to us. If the design is our religion who is the god? Is there any? Everyone i know would say Steve Jobs – but we wouldn’t. Steve Jobs would definitely be a prophet – but Steve is more of a product guy than we are. Lets talk about people like Max Miedinger who created the typeface helvetica. Isn’t it fascinating how much of a influence this typeface had and still has over all those years. Even Steve Jobs used the typeface and it is still in use for the latest iOS and OSX Verisons of the Apple Empire. Another prophet we need to name is Helmut Newton. His work was ground breaking. His extreme and outstanding photos of so many confident and strong women let nude photography gain an art status in the 60’s and 70’s and of course let the society see women in a different way.

We could go on and on about mentioning influencers like Wes Anderson with his characteristic camera shots, record booklet designs from Nirvana to Kanye West,

editorial publishing where you can see the magic of a combination between Headlines, Copy, Content and Images that makes our eyes pop out. We could also talk about our fascination and sometimes misunderstanding of arts like a picture by prophet Jean-Michel Basquiat. But we don’t want this to end up in a game of name dropping.

So by saying design is our religion we mean: Design is everywhere all the time and we recognize that. We are that annoying couple that sit next to you in a restaurant bragging about the menu and how we could have made every simple letter in that one menu better.

And to all those “designy people” – buying an IKEA desk and getting a coffee in a cool shop in that fancy neighborhood where you feel a little bit uncomfortable but all the cool people are there – all that won’t make you a designer. Your work makes you a designer!

(…and to whoever read all that nonsense – you are our hero)