- Publisher: Index Book
- Year: 2012
- Pages: 196 pages
- Format: 17x22 cm
- Weight: 0.466 Kg
- Features: softcover with flaps
- Languages: English
- ISBN: 9788415308133
- REF: 6305
Few designers have left their mark on the city of Barcelona quite like Neil Cutler. He’s the designer behind the graphic concepts of dozens of restaurants in this European cultural hot spot, many of which are known to visitors and locals alike. Cutler is also a renowned packaging designer. Attracted by a climate somewhat better than that of his native Northern England, he’s has been living and working as a graphic designer in Barcelona since 1987. He works independently, with a clear design philosophy based on ideas and concepts rather than style, and a sense of humour that has raised a smile in many of his jobs. This is the second edition of the sell-out book of the same name, fully revised and updated, including communicative, imaginative, fun and award-winning visual solutions applied to packaging, corporate identity and other areas of design.
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