François Caspar

François Caspar is driven by a creative exuberance. A designer with a vibrant eye, he uses a combination of practice, experience, functionality and communication to confront his work. For Caspar, a poster is a tool for linguistic research that has many levels of sophistication. Widely known for his defence of professional culture, his work stands out for its high-quality, its focus on the international scene, its pragmatism and its visual culture.

Manuel Estrada. The diaries of an acrobat. Where ideas are born

The Atlantic Centre for Modern Art in Palmas de Gran Canaria, has organized the exhibition ‘The diaries of an acrobat. Where ideas are born’ to highlight the work of Manuel Estrada as a graphic designer. The exhibit is focused on the material contained in 52 visual diaries and notebooks that allow the visitor to discover a lesser known facet of the designer. There are also almost two hundred graphic items, posters, logos and covers. The exhibition is commissioned by Gabriel Martínez and Sonia Díaz, and will shortly visit others cities.