Florian Dammeyer

2009: Master Studio Design HGK Basel. 1995-97: Copperplate printing studio Peter Kneubühler, Zürich. 1994-95: Lithografiska Akademien, Tidaholm Sweden. 1991-94: Graphic Art/Prototype Graphics, professional class at the Schule für Gestaltung Basel.


Marcel Mayer

Artist and adult educator. 1991-94 Technical class Original graphics at the School of Design Basel, 1996 Stay at the Cité des Arts, Paris. 2017 Atelier Mondial - studio in Yerevan / Armenia. Teaching assignment for woodcuts at the School of Design Basel. Mediation and own artistic projects in the field of picture, book and typography.


Katharina Rüegg

Artist/Art mediator/educator. Sociocultural projects, HGK Basel, ZHdKZürich.

I’m fascinated by graphic reproduction with all its techniques, as well as it being an important basis for working with other people.


Ayako Kyodo

2017 Study of art history at the University of Basel. 2011 Master's degree at the Academy of Design and Art HGK, FHNW Basel. 2009 Bachelor of Fine Arts, Department of Graphic Arts and Art Education at Joshibi University of Art and Design, Tokyo, Japan. 2005 Joshibi Senior Highschool of Art and Design, Tokyo, Japan.


The studio is sponsored by the Association Druckwerk (Verein Druckwerk, Basel).

President is Eveline Schüep, Art Historian.


Constitution Association Druckwerk (pdf, German)


© Photos of this homepage (if not mentioned otherwise): Margarit Lehmann; Marcel Mayer, Florian Dammeyer

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Support the running of the studio with an annual donation. For a single person the contribution is 150 CHF. For institutions and companies the contribution is 500 CHF.


Patrons will be invited to the annual meeting and will presented with a original artwork.


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Originalgrafik 2019

For the supporters of the druckwerk the original graphic 2019 is a available.


Ayako Kyodo


Lithografie (two-tone)

25 x 32 cm 

Aufl./Ed.: 1/40

Original artwork 2018

Tea, 2018
Lucinda Tanner
BFK Rives 195 g/qm
20 x 28.5 cm (Blatt), 20 x 20 cm (Motiv)
Aufl./Ed.: 1/40-40/40, + 8 AP

Morteratsch #2