Thilo von Debschitz is managing director of the much-lauded design agency Q in Wiesbaden. Meanwhile, he has been working with his sister Uta on an extra-curricular treasure-hunting project. The two did extensive research in international archives in order to bring the work of forgotten author Dr. Fritz Kahn (1888 – 1968) back into the public eye. Kahn was considered a pioneer in information design, known for his fascinating image comparisons, mostly revolving around the human body. In honour of the 125th year of Kahn’s birth, on September 29, 2013, the Debschitz siblings published a 392-page monograph entitled “Fritz Kahn” (pub: Taschen), which Fast Company magazine dubbed one of the best design books of the year. It was also selected for inclusion in global organization TED’s book club. Thilo and Uta von Debschitz appeared at TYPO Berlin in 2010. This year, the designer will be providing an update on Kahn, as well as presenting some newly-rediscovered illustrations by Kahn.