Dimitri Grünig

«Aber schwul bin ich immer noch»



For his visual essay «Aber schwul bin ich immer noch», illustrator Dimitri Grünig delves deep into the disturbing world of so-called «Conversion therapies». In his account in text and images, the experiences of many affected are reflected in a fictional character. For the book, published by edition clandestin, 7er Studio created a design that is reminiscent of slide projections and leaves room for the centrepiece: the story of the protagonist. A plastic cover with a leather look refers to the travel bible and thus to the narrowness of a conservative Christian world in which the story takes place. (Photos book: Studio Attila Janes)


ABQ – Vielfalt macht Schule

Corporate Design


ABQ organises school visits that enable young people to have direct encounters with queer people and invite them to discuss gender and sexual diversity. The non-profit organisation – whose name is derived from the traditional «ABC» – also shares the queer alphabet by providing information on teaching materials, further education, counselling services and partner organisations. 7er Studio has developed a dynamic corporate design for ABQ. The website and new logo take centre stage. For the various means of communication, 7er Studio created diversity-sensitive illustrations that aim to emphasise multiple perspectives.



Kornhausforum Bern

«Anti-Surveillance Fashion»



What does surveillance have to do with fashion? In the «Anti-Surveillance Fashion» exhibition, which took place at the Kornhausforum Bern, quite a lot. 7er Studio took on the visual appearance of the show, which focused, among other things, on clothing that cannot be captured by surveillance cameras. For posters, invitation cards and social media, 7er Studio staged fact-based figures on surveillance around Bern and contrasted them with the slogan «Time for a new outfit». The design picks up on the aesthetics of leading fashion mail-order companies and so it is only clear at second glance that an exhibition is being advertised here and not an outfit to order at the click of a mouse.


Tour de Lorraine 2024



7er Studio was responsible for the visual appearance of the 23rd Tour de Lorraine. The colour combination of silver and orange accompanies visitors through the political festival, which explores the city of solidarity in workshops, theatres, discussions and concerts and invites to join in and participate. «Solidarische Stadt! Wir alle sind Bern» is the motto of this year’s edition. Accordingly, 7er Studio has various figures appear on posters, which also function as foldable programme booklets, placemats, advertisements and on social media, holding on to each other and exploring together.


Reger Bern 2023

Corporate Design


On the occasion of the 150th birthday of Max Reger, events focusing on the composer and conductor of the late Romantic period will take place in Bern throughout the year. The series is called «Reger Bern 2023» or RB23 for short. The specially developed typeface «Rex Mager» guides the reader through the printed products and the website. It is accompanied by illustrated hands that pick up on Max Reger’s wide-ranging activities: conducting, making music, writing and composing.



Forum Raumordnung Schweiz

«Orte für Menschen»



The «Forum Raumordnung Schweiz» deals with space and quality of life and is a critical voice in the discourse on spatial planning and architecture in Switzerland. «Orte für Menschen» was created for this purpose. Published in Italian, French and German, the booklet functions on the one hand as an appeal for a reorientation of spatial planning with a focus on people’s needs, and on the other hand shows how such a reorientation could be implemented, using the example of Glarus Nord.


elpos Schweiz

Corporate Design

Since 2020

For the ADHD organisation elpos, which is active throughout Switzerland, 7er Studio established a new corporate design, launched a redesign of the logo in 2023 and regularly produces print products. Examples include the member magazine «elpost», which is published three times a year and contains articles on the topic as well as an event calendar for the whole of Switzerland, or the brochure «ADHD – What now?». The illustrated mascot Lou guides readers through the brochure with empathy and humour.


Children’s Relief Bethlehem


Since 2021

For the international relief organisation Children’s Relief Bethlehem, 7er Studio designs the annual report as well as the quarterly published magazine «Blickpunkt Bethlehem». It resembles a small newspaper and informs readers about the activities of the organisation. In addition, various printed products such as cards and administrative documents are realized. The corporate design was developed in cooperation with Velvet, followed by a redesign of the periodicals and print products by 7er Studio in 2023.


Tutti – Musik in Berns Kirchen

Corporate Design

Since 2019

«Tutti – Musik in Berns Kirchen» is the joint concert calendar of Bern’s organists. It represents the diversity of the rich-in-tradition and local organ music. 7er Studio has designed a website for Tutti with an event calendar and a fold-out concert programme that is published every six months. In addition, a city map refers to around a dozen venues and readers can find facts and numbers on church music in Bern.



Christmas special Berner Kulturagenda

«Was die Sterne verraten»



As it does every year during the festive season, the «Berner Kulturagenda» launched a Christmas special in 2022. For this purpose, the BKA editorial team wrote entertaining horoscopes in the form of event tips, which 7er Studio placed on a double page. The central element is the specially designed «Liftschrift», which is used in two versions. The page-filling illustration is also unmistakably penned by 7er Studio and shows a fictitious 13th zodiac sign on its way to the zodiac entrance exam.


Jessica Jurassica

Corporate Design


Jessica Jurassica is a fictional character, an artist, and has with time expanded into an overflowing, interdisciplinary and multimedia project. A corporate design by 7er Studio has grown into and along with this multi-dimensional concept. Black-and-white photographs and a striking typeface give this fictional character a strong foundation that supports and bundles her work. (Portrait Jessica Jurassica: Olivia Talina Fosca)



Ruven Stettler



For Ruven Stettler, 7er Studio has brought the artist’s extensive body of work into a manageable order online. The result is a website that makes it possible to browse through an archive of drawings, paintings, installations and video works, either chronologically or filtered by groups of work. The focus on the image and a sparse use of text make the extent of the work tangible on a visual level.