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Marcello Minale

Marcello Minale (1938 – 2000)

Marcello Minale is considered worldwide as a pioneer of corporate branding, packaging design, visual identity development and environmental design. He has worked for some of the world’s leading companies including Kodak, Armani, Nestle, Northern Foods and Express Dairies. Minale’s decades-long experience encompasses his groundbreaking work for energy/transportation sectors, mostly notably his designs for British Rail, London Transport, Caterpillar, French Rail, Thai Oil, Marconi and IP Italiana Petroli. He is also highly regarded for providing design solutions to retail companies like Harrods, House of Fraser and Oy Stockmann in Helsinki.

Along with Brian Tattersfield, he shared the President’s Award from D&AD in 1988. Minale is an accomplished author, having written nine popular books on graphic design. His most recent publication is How to Design a Petrol Station.

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