About Brief Festival
More than 1700 people come together in the fall for one of the most inspiring events for design and creativity – Brief Festival.
From its first edition in 2014 we’ve had top professionals from the field such as Marina Willer (Pentagram), Tony Brook (Spin Studio), Cruz Novillo, Annie Atkins, Relajaelcoco, Violaine & Jérémy, Noma Bar, Gemma O’Brien, Six N. Five, Pleid St, Serial Cut, Owen Gildersleeve, Katie de Klee (Design Indaba), Mercedes Bellido, Shotopop, Gabor Schreier (Saffron), Malika Favre, 36 Days of Type, Studio Humana, Foreal, Hey Studio, Sven Ehmann (Gestalten), Pep Carrió, Toormix, TAVO, Tyrsa, Pablo Rubio (Erretres), Julius Wiedeman (Taschen), Wasted Rita, Plenty, Vasco Vicente (Wieden & Kennedy), Ultranoir, Fjord, Fragmento Universo, Apéritif, From Form, Art of the Title, Huda Abifarès (Khatt Foundation), Lotta Nieminen, Hattie Newman, Biográfica, Andoni Beristarain, Paloma Rincón, Bartholot, Le Cube, Javier Jaén, Rebeka Arce, Leta Sobierajski y Wade Jeffree, Device, Supperstudio, Isabelita Virtual, Cabeza Patata and so many more.
Brief Festival represents the industry at its core: illustration, art direction, motion graphics, graphic design, architecture, animation, packaging, UX, typography, editorial design, industrial design. All of our guests are disruptors and key influencers in the field that work both on large global campaigns and as well as inspiring personal projects.
Brief Festival works on promoting the excellence of the professionals and upcoming designers of the field as well as spreading the importance of design from both a socioeconomic and cultural point of view.
Brief Festival is multidisciplinary. It combines all the disciplines associated with the design and it is constantly is pushing for more exchanges from other fields. Brief Festival is actually grounded on the current reality. From the organisation we join professionals that are on the look out to solve today’s largest issues in society and consequently the expansion of these ideas to the rest of the world.