News

15/05/2018

Pablo Gil joins Little Buddha Brand Design

Pablo Martín Gil has joined Little Buddha Brand Design as an Art Director. The brand design agency expands its staff with international and multidisciplinary talent.

Pablo Gil has recently joined Little Buddha as an Art Director, with the aim of expanding the design team with multidisciplinary talent boasting international experience.

Pablo Martín is in charge of a design team and underpins the creative team in Barcelona.

He studied Graphic Design at the Faculty of Architecture, Design and Urban Planning of the University of Buenos Aires. Pablo began his career in graphic design at the age of 20, while carrying out different editorial design, website, corporate identity and illustration jobs for US clients.

After that, he worked as a designer at the multinational agency DRAFTFCB Buenos Aires, where he collaborated in projects for local and international clients, such as Banco Galicia, Mini Cooper, Cadbury Stani Adams, The Coca-Cola Company and PepsiCo.

Pablo then specialised in packaging and branding, and worked as an independent senior packaging designer and a 3D renderist for brands such as Nesquik, Royal, Frigor, Nescafe, Halls, Oreo and Trident.

In 2014, he joined a Spanish agency, where he specialised in packaging for national and international brands.

Bertrand Massanes, Managing Partner at Little Buddha comments: “Since the moment he joined us, Pablo has shown his conceptual and technical capacity as an Art Director, but what impresses me most and I value most about him, and is more difficult to find in creative profiles, is his natural and calm leadership capacity. With his excellent attitude and even better sense of humour, Pablo also deals with sensitive topics and gives relevant advice, while always aiming for the interest of team dynamics and the agency.”

Pablo Gil comments on his position as an Art Director: “It is understandable that, in this age of immediacy we are experiencing, we are demanding more and more from everything. This is exactly what happens with packaging, as it entails a constant challenge to combine both the communicational part and the aesthetic part every container should have, a challenge I love to face every day. I am very happy to be part of this team of people who aim for excellence in every project.”