Daniel Pérez is a graphic designer practising since 2010, offering design and communication consultancy for clients of diverse fields. Passionate about creating concrete, conceptual and constructivist messages, specialized at understanding projects as a whole, and applying design programs steady to the project's roots.
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After attending the Llotja School of Art and the Camberwell College of Art, Daniel graduates in Graphic Design at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design in London. Starts working for Magrada Studio in Barcelona designing the exhibition "Sagrada Familia: Moved by Beauty", with architect Chiara Curti from Sagrada Familia as art director. Later develops the art direction, creative marketing, UX/UI, art and code, of the German company "Aeria Games & Entertainment" PC games portal, subsidiary of "ProSieben Media". Daniel also develops projects with independent artists as well as self-initiated and has collaborated with Casa Asia Barcelona, Clase, Micro Mutek, Inaxi Holland and Fabra i Coats. In 2020 embarks into curational practice with "SPEHV", aimed at promoting a 'think global/act local' attitude, and into editorial practice with "Cuan Libros", a book laboratory creating activities with people in danger of social exclusion.
'SPEHV' Curational neurourbanist activism.
'Cuan Libros' Book laboratory.
— 2013 ‘Circle’ 45 minutes long AV project at ‘Fabra i Coats Barcelona’, built out of footage sent by attendants, then assembled without a sense of content, only following the idea of the circle as a concept, to create an abstract inclusive narrative about constructions, individuality and group. Shown along another 49 catalan artist as the inauguration of the building.
— 2012 ‘Reality Check’ 45 minutes AV project shown at Micro Mutek Barcelona, visual exploration of the work by Gregory Bateson ‘Mind and Nature’.
— 2011 ‘Intermission’ Group show organization and publication with Ariadna Serrahima, Sebastian Cabrera, Carla Tramullas and Juan Diego Tobalina at KKKB galery in Barcelona.
— 2010 ‘Assaig Entorn L’Improvisació’ Festival organization with Isabel Ollé around the idea of improvisation at Centre Cultural Can Xic Viladecans, during one day different activities happened randomly like music, poetry, dance and live painting.
— 2008 ‘Automaton Sentences’ Typographic posters shown at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design bar, London.
— 2005 ‘Sand Sculpture Festival of Nanchang’ Sculpting of a 5x5x5 meters sand sculpture in the desert on Nanchang along with other 5 Spanish sand sculptors, an event organized by Casa Asia Barcelona and Inaxi Holland in China as a way to connecting both countries and create new commercial flows.