Bronzing

UNIQUE AND CONTEMPORARY

Our bronzing with gold and silver powder is unique in Switzerland. We’re the only printing company in the country with expertise in one of the oldest print finishing techniques.

Bronzing is a classic finishing technique for producing brilliant, high-quality effects with gold and silver. Nothing gives a print product a more exclusive character than the lustre (an old French word meaning “gloss” or “radiance”) of bronzing. It’s an effect that can’t be achieved with any other finishing technique.

Bronzierung (PDF, German)

 

 

NEW YEARS GIFT LITHOGRAPHIC PRINT

At the end of the year we produce a lithographic print as a thank you gift for our friends and customers. Each year we select an artist to work with Thomi Wolfensberger in the stone printing atelier. The cards are printed on rag cotton paper and the edition is signed by the artist.

 

 

2020 – Shirana Shahbazi
«Transit», stone lithography in 3 colors, 2 x 297 x 210 mm

 

 

2019 - Dieter Hall
«Jo-Jo», stone lithography in 4 colors, 297 x 210 mm

 

 

2018 - Gaudenz Signorell
«Archiv», stone lithography in 3 colors, 297 x 210 mm

 

 

2017 - Valentin Magaro
«o.T.», stone lithography in 3 colors, 297 x 210 mm

 

 

2016 - huber.huber
«mono no aware», stone lithography in 2 colors, 297 x 210 mm

 

 

2015 - Cécile Wick
stone lithography in 2 colors, 210 x 297 mm

 

 

2014 - Michael Günzburger
«Tumbler», stone lithography in 2 colors, 297 x 210 mm

 

 

2013 - Christian Denzler
«ALMA», stone lithography in 3 colors, 297 x 210 mm

 

 

2012 - Martin Senn
«Die Ausbrecher», stone lithography in 2 colors (Photo reprint), 297 x 210 mm

 

 

2011 - Samuel Buri
«s chunt anders use», stone lithography in 3+1 colors, 297 x 210 mm

 

 

2010 - Marlis Spielmann
«schwerelos», drawn with nail scissors, lithography, 297 x 210 mm

 

 

2009 - Dominique Lämmli
«Mädchen mit Klecksen», stone lithography , 297 x 210 mm

 

 

2008 - Hans Schweizer
«Helikopter», stone lithography in 1 color, 297 x 210 mm

 

 

2007 - Vreni Spieser
«volcanic landscape», stone lithography in 2 colors, Iris print, 297 x 210 mm

 

 

2006 - André Wilhelm
«Quattro stagioni», stone lithography in 3 colors, 297 x 210 mm

 

 

2005 - Bernhard Luginbühl
«o.T.», stone lithography in 2 colors, 297 x 210 mm

 

 

2004 - Christian Vetter
«Feuer», stone lithography in 3 colors, 210 x 297 mm

 

 

2003 - Dominik Stauch
«o.T.», stone lithography in 3 colors, 210 x 297 mm

 

 

2002 - Katharina Sallenbach
«Der Sieger», stone lithography in 3 colors, 297 x 210 mm

 

 

2000 - Vera Rothamel 
«o.T.», stone lithography in 3 colors, 210 x 297 mm

 

 

1999 - Henri Schmid
«Violett de Solliès», stone lithography in 3 colors, 297 x 210 mm

 

 

1996 - Daniel de Quervain
«Profilierter Gipfel», stone lithography in 3 colors, 297 x 210 mm

 

 

1995 - Bruno Bischofberger
«Mädchen in der Tür», stone lithography in 3 colors, 210 x 297 mm

 

 

1993 - Karl Landolt
«Windflecken», stone lithography in 3 colors, 210 x 297 mm

 

 

1992 - Hans Ruedi Sieber
«Johannisbeeren im Glas», stone lithography in 3 colors, 210 x 297 mm