Christoph Keller, born in Stuttgart in 1969, founded the publishing house "Revolver - Archiv für aktuelle Kunst" (Revolver - Archive for Contemporary Art) in Frankfurt am Main after studying liberal arts and art history at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich and the State Academy of Design in Karlsruhe, which he directed until 2005. In 2010, Christoph Keller became the first non-Swiss to receive the prestigious Jan Tschichold Prize for Book Design from the Swiss Federal Office of Culture. Until the end of 2018, Keller operated the "Stählemühle," a distillery for top-quality distillates made from fine fruit. Two limited editions were created for them in cooperation with Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg: three anniversary brandies and "The Final Cut," the last brandy from Stählemühle. Keller currently lives and works as a publisher, designer and curator on Lake Constance.