Troxler studied graphic design at the Lucerne School of Art and Design. He worked as an art director in Paris in 1972 and subsequently founded his own design practice in Willisau, Switzerland. He started organizing jazz concerts in Willisau in 1966 and initiated the Willisau Jazz Festival in 1975.

Troxler’s graphic works (particularly his concert posters and record cover designs) won him several relevant international awards: the Toulouse-Lautrec Medal in Gold (1987 and 1994), design awards in Lahti (1993), Helsinki (1997), Hong Kong (2000), Hangzhou (2003), Ningbo (2006), Taiwan (2005), and Colorado (2006).

He won the Innerschweizer Kulturpreis (Cultural award of Central Switzerland) in 1982. Troxler is a member of the Alliance Graphique Internationale. His posters are represented in the most renowned design collections worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, the Museum of Modern Art in Toyama, Hamburg’s Museum for Art and Industry, the German Poster Museum in Essen, and the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam.
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