Francesc Talamino



Francesc studied Graphic Design at Escola Massana Center of Art and Design, part of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, where he graduated with honours and received a scholarship to study Industrial Design thanks to his final Bachelor’s Degree Project for London’s auction house Sotheby’s.

As a multidisciplinary designer, his work encompasses strategy, design and digital media. The projects he is most passionate about are focus on visual identity, advertising campaigns, websites, editorial and product design.

Before founding Silenceworks and dedicating all his efforts to his projects, he worked as Art and Creative Director in the advertising agencies Bassat Ogilvy and S, C, P, F, for more than 15 years. He developed campaigns for Converse, Johan Cruyff Foundation, Heineken Group, Random House Mondadori, Bagués-Masriera, TMB Metropolitan Transportation of Barcelona, Freixenet, La Vanguardia, Henri Abelé, Champagne, Dockers and MANGO.

His work has been acknowledged with several international awards, including two Gold Lions from Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, the great award from The Spanish Creative Club (CdeC), The Clio Awards, The Iberoamerican Advertising Festival (FIAP), The Iberoamerican Festival of Advertising Communication (El Sol) and The One Club for Creativity (OneShow).

He was Professor in Communication and Fashion Postgraduates in Elisava Barcelona School of Design and Engineering, part of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra. Talamino also taught the workshop “Squeeze the Creativity” within CuldeSac, a creative and strategic consultancy in Valencia, Spain.

He has also been part of the jury of The New York Festival’s Advertising Awards and his work has been published in the Advertising Now Print, Lürzer’s Archive Magazine, being the first Spanish Brand to appear in the cover of The Cutting Edge Advertising and The Comunications Arts Magazine with the campaign “Corkscrews” for René Barbier.