Lupo Burtscher is made up of a group of people who reflect on, examine and plan projects of design and visual communication for public and private space, as well as virtual, editorial, urban and exhibition space. The studio places itself as mediator between the client’s ideas and contextual necessity, starting from the understanding that every line drawn is the origin of change.


9 September 2019

The Trienala Ladina 2019 opens in San Martin de Tor

The Museum Ladin Ciastel de Tor has commissioned Lupo Burtscher the graphic and exhibition design of Trienala Ladina 2019. This edition revolves around the topic “The place is the space” and presents the works of six artists: Annatina Dermont, Yvonne Gienal, Karin Schmuck, Michael Schrattenthaler, Claus Soraperra, Tobias Tavella. The exhibition will inaugurate on September 21 and will be open until May 2020.

11 July 2019

Myths, fairytales and legends – what makes us who we are? Summer School Südtirol 2019

Ötzi ist ein Feldthurner / C’era una volta / Wir erobern die Berge / Non raccontare favole – these are just some of the findings (and fairy tales and myths) that Lupo Burtscher has selected to shape the visual identity of this year’s Summer School Südtirol. It was great fun to form new combinations of words and sentences and to create new connections. The Summer School Südtirol opens this Sunday in Feldthurns and like every year we look forward to exciting readings and discussions. Find the complete program on the Summer School Südtirol website!
26 June 2019

We can hardly wait! The theatrical season 2019-20 of VBB will be amazing!

Right before the summer break the program for the theatre’s next season is out! For the campaign Lupo Burtscher worked with Bolzano’s photographer Nicolò Degiorgis who spent some time in the theater and captured magical moments for us. Get your booklet now at Teatro Stabile di Bolzano/Stadttheater Bozen or online and have a nice read over the summer!

2 June 2019

Mirabilia Urbis presented in Turin

Lupo Burtscher designed the posters and the promotional postcards for Mirabilia Urbis, written and directed by Milo Adami. The movie is a journey through photographs, letters, memories, thoughts and articles of Antonio Cederna, journalist and intellectual, among the fathers of the Italian environmentalism, who fought throughout his life for an urban development that respected people’s quality of life and the protection of landscape constraints. The film will be presented on June 3, 2019 at the CinemAmbiente Festival in Turin.