Frédéric Teschner

Frédéric Teschner (1972–2016) started his graphic designer’s career as an independent in 2002, after graduating from the EnsAD (École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs) in Paris. Since then, he regularly worked with architects, designers, choreographers, art galleries, cultural institutions, museums and theatres. He was member of the AGI (International Graphic Alliance) since 2010, and had won the first prize of the renown International Poster and Graphic Design Festival at Chaumont in 2012.
Lisa Sturacci joined him in 2014. She graduated from the ESAA Duperré and holds an agrégation in Applied arts from École normale supérieure de Cachan, since 2012.
In May 2016, they created their studio: Teschner—Sturacci.
The creative commitment of the studio is deployed within a graphic language that always resonates with the projects, through a rigorous and singular experimental research, developed in a close dialogue and collaboration with the commissioners.
Teschner—Sturacci conceives graphic objects applied to various media, such as visual identity — recently the Centre dramatique national Nanterre-Amandiers —, publications, websites or labels, in collaboration with public or private structures.

Lisa Sturacci currently works with Charles Boiteau, graduated from the EnsAD (École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs) in Paris.
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