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Express Powder Coating-client

Fabula Game

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Marc Català

Marc Català graduated from the Eina School of Design and Art (Barcelona) in 1999. After working for four years at Grafica (Madrid and Barcelona) and later Pentagram (London), he went on to found Mucho with Pablo Juncadella in 2003. Together, they handled the art direction for the British newspaper The Observer (London), which they performed alongside other corporate identity, editorial design and packaging projects out of their studio in Barcelona. In 2006, they made the definitive move back to Barcelona, where they now work on both local and international projects. Since 2008, Marc has been combining project work with teaching at Eina, where he oversees the final project program for graphic design majors in addition to offering a variety of workshops and presentations at various forums. In 2010, Tilman Solé joined the studio.

 

The studio’s eclectic spirit and interest in experimentation has led Mucho to work with both small (Xocoa, Demano, Demasié, Boolab) and multinational (Carolina Herrera, BMW, Random House Mondadori, Hachette, Filipacci, W Hotels, Philip Morris) clients, to participate in cultural projects (Reina Sofia National Art Museum, Monumenta, Redesearte Paz) and to carry out projects in cities like Berlin, London, Barcelona, Paris, Milan, Madrid and Mexico City. 

 

Mucho has received numerous accolades from the design world. It has earned a D&AD Yellow Pencil, twelve Laus trophies, two Grand Laus awards, three silvers from the Art Directors Club of Europe, one silver prize and one bronze prize from Art Directors Club Mentions (New York) and a Best Editorial Supplement of the Year award from the Magazine Design Awards. Mucho’s work has been featured in publications such as El País, Wallpaper Magazine, Elle Decoration, El Mundo, Studio Culture, Editorial Made in Spain, Étapes Graphiques and Monocle.

John Dowling

John has worked for some of the UK’s most respected design companies, beginning his career at the innovative London studio Area, where he worked on projects for De Beers, Paul & Joe Boutique, SCP, Modern Art Oxford, Anton Corbijn and the V&A. In 1998, he joined internationally acclaimed agency Pentagram, working on accounts for clients such as Amanda Wakeley, King’s College London, British Friends of the Art Museums of Israel (BFAMI), Pantone and Hewlett Packard. Following a brief spell at Sea Design, John joined Frost Design in 2001, where he managed accounts for clients including Nike, Phaidon Press, Swiss Re, Serpentine Gallery and the first London Design Festival.

 

In 2003, he established Dowling Design & Art Direction, moving the studio from London to Newark the following year. In 2010, he joined Rob Duncan to form Dowling Duncan, a multidisciplinary design studio with offices in San Francisco and New York. In 2013, Dowling Duncan merged with Mucho in Barcelona. John is the owner and creative director of Mucho’s Newark office.

 

Widely published, John’s work has garnered awards from the Art Directors Club of New York, Design Week, the Cream Awards, the Tokyo Type Directors Club and D&AD, who awarded him a coveted Yellow Pencil. A part-time lecturer at the University of Lincoln, John has sat on judging panels for, amongst others, D&AD’s professional and student award schemes.

 

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Rob Duncan

Rob’s distinguished career has seen him work with leading design companies on both sides of the Atlantic. He began his career at Mytton Williams in Bath. In 2000, he joined Pentagram’s London office, where he worked with clients such as Egon Zehnder International, One&Only Resorts and The Waterways Trust. Taking full advantage of the firm’s international profile, he joined Pentagram’s San Francisco office in 2003. 

 

In 2007, he became an Art Director on Apple’s Retail and Events team, working on large graphics for events and promotional campaigns. In 2008, he established his own studio, Rob Duncan Design, based in San Francisco, and in 2010, Rob joined John Dowling to form Dowling Duncan.

 

In 2013, Dowling Duncan merged with Mucho. Rob is the owner and creative director of Mucho San Francisco and New York. He has built an impressive portfolio of clients, including Coblentz Law, Dell, Gap, Google, Kodak, HP, HTC, Mars, Sesame Street, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson and Teague. Rob’s work has been widely published in books and the design press. He has also received awards from D&AD, the Scottish Design Awards, the Art Directors Club of New York, AIGA, Graphis, Communication Arts and the New York Festivals Award. Rob currently serves as the education chair for the San Francisco chapter of AIGA.

Pablo Juncadella

Pablo Juncadella graduated from the Eina School of Design and Art (Barcelona) in 1999. After working for four years at Grafica (Madrid and Barcelona) and later Pentagram (London), he went on to found Mucho with Marc Català in 2003. Together, they handled the art direction for the British newspaper The Observer (London), which they performed alongside other corporate identity, editorial design and packaging projects out of their studio in Barcelona. In 2006, they made the definitive moved back to Barcelona, where they now work on both local and international projects. Since 2008, Pablo has been combining project work with teaching at Eina, where he oversees the final project program for graphic design majors in addition to offering a variety of workshops and presentations at various forums.

 

The studio’s eclectic spirit and interest in experimentation has led Mucho to work with both small (Xocoa, Demano, Demasié, Boolab) and multinational (Carolina Herrera, BMW, Random House Mondadori, Hachette, Filipacci, W Hotels, Philip Morris) clients, to participate in cultural projects (Reina Sofia National Art Museum, Monumenta, Redesearte Paz) and to carry out projects in cities like Berlin, London, Barcelona, Paris, Milan, Madrid and Mexico City. 

 

Mucho has received numerous accolades from the design world. It has earned a D&AD Yellow Pencil, twelve Laus trophies, two Grand Laus awards, three silvers from the Art Directors Club of Europe, one silver prize and one bronze prize from Art Directors Club Mentions (New York) and a Best Editorial Supplement of the Year award from the Magazine Design Awards. Mucho’s work has been featured in publications such as El País, Wallpaper Magazine, Elle Decoration, El Mundo, Studio Culture, Editorial Made in Spain, Étapes Graphiques and Monocle.

Tilman Solé

Mucho believes in the potential inherent in the singularity and diversity of the voices that make up the agency. For this reason, Tilman has been sharing his voice as Mucho’s third partner since September 2010.

 

Tilman, who possesses considerable experience as a design director, has set up his own team at Mucho. Previously, he worked for ten years at the Summa brand consultancy (six of them as a design director). In parallel, he founded the Hey project with Verònica Fuerte in 2007. After earning a degree in graphic design from Eina, he kicked off his professional career in 1998 in Toni Arola’s industrial and interior design studio, later moving to the Rosa Lázaro studio.

 

Tilman was a presenter at the 2008 and 2010 editions of Wecom, the Pontifical University of Salamanca Faculty of Communication’s visual communication forum. He also presented at Broad.cat 2006 and 2007, at the Muuu school and at the “Corporate identity, product image” conference organized by Hispack in 2009 in collaboration with the Official Graphic Design Association of Catalonia. He has also given occasional classes at the Bau, Elisva and Idep schools. This year, he will teach the final project program for graphic design majors at Idep.

 

Accustomed to expressing corporate strategies in graphic form and to defining the visual identities of companies and institutions, Tilman is a strong believer in the fundamental importance of getting to know the client “to get it right the first time.” Over his career, he has worked for rtve, Telecinco, Ferrovial, Ono, Telefónica, Comsa Emte, Yellow Pages, Bankinter, Esade, the regional government of Catalonia, Andbanc, BBVA, Derbi and La Caixa, among others.

 

In 2008, Summa received the National Design Award. The work of Tilman and his team has also been recognized with a Design Week award, a Ciutat de Barcelona award, a silver trophy in the ADC*E Awards and numerous selections and nominations in the Laus awards. It has been published in a variety of magazines and books, including Creative Review, Lürzer's Int'l Archive, Étapes, Select and Visual.

Loran Stosskopf

Loran Stosskopf, born in 1978, graduated from the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris and continued his studies at the Cooper Union School of Art in New York. After a stint with the Atelier de Création Graphique, he began his professional career with the Pentagram design studio in London. Since 2002, he has also done international project work in the fields of press, art, fashion and architecture.

 

His projects include the graphic design of a Phaidon travel guide series (Wallpaper* City Guides), the art direction of Télérama and the creation of exhibition catalogues and posters for cultural institutions like the French Ministry of Culture, Frac Île-de-France and Paris Musées.

 

He takes regular part in workshops and schools, including ENSAD, the École Supérieure d’Art de Mulhouse, ESC Pau and even in Le Havre.

 

His work has been exhibited at the Chaumont International Poster and Graphic Design Festival and the National Library of France. His pieces have won awards from the French Concurs de Plus Beaux Livres, D&AD in London and the Art Directors Club of France. Loran Stosskopf’s work has appeared in various publications, such as Design Week (United Kingdom), Étapes (France), Wallpaper Magazine (United Kingdom), Gallery (China) and The New York Times (United States).

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