Young Guns 8 WINNERS

2010: After deciding that having a trophy that was simply a smaller ADC Cube wasn't going to cut it, Young Guns 8 introduced one of the award's greatest traditions — the Cube would be redesigned every single year, so that each class would receive something truly theirs. The Young Guns 8 Cube was designed by artist, entrepreneur and YG5 winner Justin Gignac and artist, furniture designer and YG2 winner Michael Whitney. The Cube was made out of wood, and at the October 7, 2010 ceremony and party, recipients had to saw off their own Cubes.


Carles Murillo


Born 1980, Barcelona, Spain.

Has served as Barcelona's member of the graphic design studio Bis Dixit (based in Barcelona and Figueres) since 2002. He specializes in editorial design and typography, working mostly for cultural institutions.

His clients include Manifesta Foundation, Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Instituto Cervantes, CCCB, Centre d'Art SantaMónica, FRAC Bourgogne, Untitled Magazine London, TMB, Sala Art Jove and El Celler de Can Roca among others.

As a member of Bisdixit, his awards have included honors from Premios Laus, Daniel Gil (Visual), the Art Directors Club, Tokyo Type Director's Club, ADCE, and others. His work has also been published in various national and international publications.

In 2005 he co-founded the independent artzine 'Papermind', which has published more than 20 editions in all the world; Lisbon, Amsterdam, Sao Paolo, Santiago de Chile, Linz, Rotterdam, Barcelona, etc.

He eventually teach in experimental workshops, and classes about expressive tipography, editorial masters and others.

In 2010 she has been selected Young Gun on the 8th edition of this ADC New York prizes.

In 2012 he has been jury on the Laus Awards and final degree project jury on the BAU School of Arts, in Barcelona.




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