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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. These fascinating documents were the inspiration for layout and typography.

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Identity and poster series for Rosenberg Kollektiv

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Mühleggbahn St.Gallen, visual identity. Photos train: Seth McBean

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Series of tees, inspired by the Congolese record covers

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Kulturfestival St.Gallen 2018, identity, collaboration with Aurelia Peter

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Contribution to Soireé graphique No.10, poster F4

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Historical and ethnological museum St.Gallen, curator: Sarah Leib, «Etwas gefunden? 50 Jahre Kantonsarchäologie St.Gallen», poster and exhibition design

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Kulturfestival St.Gallen 2017, identity, collaboration with Aurelia Peter

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ETH Studio Basel, «Territory. On the Development of Landscape and City», book design

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Historical and ethnological museum St.Gallen, curator: Achim Schäfer «Welten sammeln. Entdeckungsreise durch die völkerkundliche Sammlung», poster and exhibition design

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

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Tom Munz Architekt, folded posters A3

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Totally Drunk 5th edition, collaboration with Aurelia Peter, poster

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Kulturfestival St.Gallen 2015, identity

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Zumthor, poster, ZhdK

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Historical and ethnological museum St.Gallen, curator: Isabella Studer-Geisser, «Tina Modotti. Emigrantin, Fotografin, Revolutionärin», poster and exhibition design

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Franz Karl Basler-Kopp, «Fantastische Bildwelten», book design, ZhdK