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Change is coming, sweatshirt for Everpress’ Holiday Collection 2020. Collaboration with Aurelia Peter. “Turn left and go through the tunnel, then left at the next crossroad. After 300 meters turn left at the intersection with traffic lights. Go over the bridge, Destination will be on the left. Change is coming.”

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ewo Lighting, season's greetings, folding poster A2. Light guides your way. Collaboration with Aurelia Peter.

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Black Ink KLG, identity. Shida yako, shida yangu: Kisuhali for your problem, my problem. The collective Black Ink KLG embodies this philosophy and is currently working on the development of a network that will promote the inclusion of all cultures in and around St.Gallen, Switzerland.

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Nomaden auf Zeit – Bilder einer Familie aus Marokko / Nomades en Transit – Photos d'une famille marocaine. A project by Abdellah Azizi, Thomas Reitmaier and Sarah Leib. 320 pages, ISBN 978-3-9523160-8-5, Historical and Ethnological Museum St.Gallen, Cantonal Archaeology St.Gallen. A book about one of the last traditionally living nomadic families from the Ait Atta tribe in Morocco.

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Nomaden auf Zeit, poster design, Historical and Ethnological Museum St.Gallen, curator: Sarah Leib

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123YOGA, identity. St.Gallen based yoga studio by Dimitrij Itten. Photography by Louis Vaucher

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Event and music label, Rosenberg Kollektiv, identity and event communication. Ongoing since 2019

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Kohle? Feuer? Mensch? Die Anfänge der Höhlenforschung in der Ostschweiz, hrsg. von Sarah Leib, Laura Prim, Daniel Weber. ISBN 978-3-7291-1177-6, VGS Verlagsgenossenschaft St.Gallen. Over a hundred years ago, research began into the Wildkirchli, Wildenmannlisloch and Drachenloch caves inhabited by Neanderthals. The pioneers of speleology around Emil Bächler left behind thousands of photographs, drawings and handwritten records.

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Cafe Mondial St.Gallen, program, poster A2

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Mühleggbahn St.Gallen, identity and event communication. The Mühleggbahn connects the old town of St. Gallen with the district of St. Georgen. The Mühleggbahn is known as one of the city’s small landmarks and has been in service since 1893. Photos of the train: Seth McBean

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Kulturfestival St.Gallen 2018, identity and event communication, collaboration with Aurelia Peter. The festival offers a wide range of music; from world music and electronic music to soul and hip-hop.

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Series of t-shirts for Everpress. Inspired by Congolese record covers.

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Contribution to Soireé graphique No.10, poster F4

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Tom Munz Architekt, folded posters A3 for new building projects

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Kulturfestival St.Gallen 2017, identity and event communication, collaboration with Aurelia Peter

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ETH Studio Basel, Territory. On the Development of Landscape and City. “Territory” is the final publication of the joint teaching chair of Professors Roger Diener and Marcel Meili that follows and comments ETH Studio Basel’s field research across five continents with the question of how do cities and landscapes evolve together on a shared large-scale physical surface. “Territory” means an understanding of the hinterland as the entire natural environment, its resources, manbuilt structures and infrastructures, as well as its historical layers and cultural systems of meaning. Publication: 270 × 240 mm, 228 pages, Park Books

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Kulturfestival St.Gallen 2015, identity and event communication

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Etwas gefunden? 50 Jahre Kantonsarchäologie St.Gallen. Exhibition and poster design, Historical and Ethnological Museum St.Gallen, curator: Sarah Leib

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Welten sammeln. Entdeckungsreise durch die völkerkundliche Sammlung. Exhibition and poster design, Historical and Ethnological Museum St.Gallen, curator: Achim Schäfer

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Typographic poster Zhdk

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Tina Modotti. Emigrantin, Fotografin, Revolutionärin. Exhibition and poster design, Historical and Ethnological Museum St.Gallen, curator: Isabella Studer-Geisser

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Contribution to Saiten, swiss cultural magazin,«Neue Grafik im Osten», postcard