Mario Eskenazi started working as a graphic designer in 1969 at Canal 10. He has lived and worked in Barcelona, Spain since 1974. Eskenazi has appeared in many articles and publications, including “Visual,” “Experimenta,” “Eye,” “Etapes,” “Graphics Explained,” “Bibliographics,” “Designers’ Identities,” “Graphic Design Referenced,” “New Directions In Signage And Wayfinding” and more.
Eskenazi has received numerous awards, such as LAUS, Communications Arts, nominations at Art Directors Club, nominations at D&AD, and others. In 2000 Eskenazi received the National Design Award.
Eskenazi has worked on projects for Barcelona pel Medi Ambient (Barcelona Municipal Maintenance, Council of Barcelona), Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (Services Metropolitans Transportations, Council of Barcelona), Banc Sabadell (Sabadell Banking Group), Centre Cultural Blanquerna (Cultural Center, Government of Catalunya), BCD Centre de Disseny (Barcelona Design Center), Grupo Tragaluz (Hotel & Restaurantes), Lilian Thuram Foundation (Education against racism, Paris and Barcelona), Banc Sabadell, Antoni Tàpies Foundation and Forum Barcelona. His editorial projects include Collections for Paidos Publishers (Barcelona-Buenos Aires), Planeta, Banc Sabadell, BCD and Palau Robert (Government of Catalunya). Eskenazi’s exhibitions include “Ferran Adrià & elBulli” (Palau Robert), “Picasso vs. Russinyol” (Picasso Museum), “The Travels of Josep Plà” (Blanquerna), “Delta Awards: 50 years with Design” (Palau Robert).
Mario Eskenazi has been a member of AGI (Alliance Graphique Internationalle) since 1997.