Philip Stanton

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Philip Stanton

Philip Stanton, 1962, United States

Visual artist, illustrator and designer.

Espai Cavallers


Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree (BFA). Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida (1985)

Master of Fine Arts Program (MFA). School of Visual Arts (SVA) New York (1987)


Philip Stanton is an American artist based in Barcelona.

Director of the Stanton Studio communication group dedicated to urban projects, children's books, stage designs and advertising campaigns. Since 1988 he has participated in more than 40 individual and group exhibitions, and collaborates with newspapers and magazines as well as with numerous national and international companies. Since 1995 he has shared his professional work with teaching.



Misha the Cat. SM Group

As an illustrator of books for children and adults, he has published more than 20 titles, including collaborations with authors such as Emili Teixidor, Jordi Sierra i Fabra, Ray Bradbury, Naguib Mahfouz, Lee Bennett Hopkins, J. Patrick Lewis, Juan Carlos Martín Ramos, Tomàs Garcés and Jorge Zentner

El seu treball ha estat publicat i/o traduït a l'anglès, espanyol, francès, holandès, català. German and Italian



Installations in the Palau Robert (1997-98)

Barcelona Aquarium (1998)

Opening ceremony of the European Cup (1999) in Barcelona

Scenography of the tour ''Serrat-Tarrés'' by Joan Manuel Serrat (2000)

Perimeter mural of the Agbar Tower by the architect Jean Nouvel (2001)

Decoration of the Sagrada Família metro station (2002)

Building facade PG45 (2006)

Floats of the sponsors of the Parade of Kings (2007-8) of Barcelona City Council



His works have been winners of Laus, Best Pack, British Design and Art Direction, European Illustration Now, Junceda Awards, etc.


For more information on the artist Philip Stanton at Espai Cavallers Gallery

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