Charlotte Rohde (DE, *1992) is an artist, (type)-designer, and writer, based in Amsterdam. She is currently the Guest Professor for Typography and Type Design at Bauhaus Universität Weimar and has given lectures in various institutions, for example Princeton University, Universität der Künste Berlin, Sandberg Intituut, Central Saint Martins, and the Estonian Academy of the Arts. Together with Levi van Gelder, Rohde researches and lectures on the topic of visual literacy in digital spaces, memetic warfare and fan fiction.
Together with Vivien Hoffmann, Rohde runs the project SoliType since 2020. Through offering a selection of independent type designs, they generate donations for organisations that support people seeking refuge in the EU. SoliType has collected more than 30.000€ in two years. Together with Max Weinland, she runs the Website What Is My Work Worth which collects information and opinions around pricing, labor and capitalism critique in the field of graphic design.
She has been published in formats like form Design Magazine, Missy Magazine, passe-avant and It’s Nice That. She has received Grants from Studienstiftung des Deutschen Volkes and Stimuleringsfonds Creative Industrie. Her works have been shown at Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg, Klingspor Museum Offenbach, and soft power Berlin. Several Institutions use her typefaces for their visual identity, such as Martin Gropius Bau Berlin and Haus der Kulturen der Welt Berlin.