Marcello Minale (1938 – 2000) Italian designer

Print early  1981 designed by Marcello Minale
Print early 1981 designed by Marcello Minale. ©Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Marcello Minale
Marcello Minale

Marcello Minale (1938 – 2000) was an Italian designer. He was born in the Libyan city of Tripoli.

He worked as a designer at the Finnish advertising agency Taucker and as an art director at Mackkinointi Uiherjuuri. He was the design director at the Young and Rubicam advertising agency in London until 1964. He founded a design firm with Brian Tattersfield in 1964. He was elected president of the Designers’ and Art Directors’ Association in London in 1982. Graphics, furniture, interiors, and packaging (for Suchard, Boots, and Gilbey’s) were among his clients, along with Cubic Metre Furniture, Zanotta, and Aqualisa Showers.

Castiglia Stoel by Achille Castiglioni & Marcello Minale for Zanotta ca. 1968
Castiglia Stoel by Achille Castiglioni & Marcello Minale for Zanotta ca. 1968

Minale Tattersfield

The Minale Tattersfield partnership, was a multidisciplinary design agency with studios in London, Paris, and Brisbane, is perhaps best known for the design of logos, including those for Harrods (1967), the FA Premier League (1992), and the Sydney Olympic Games (1993). It has also worked in many other fields, such as architecture and public spaces, such as its designs for London Transport’s Hammersmith Underground Station (1989), BP petrol stations (early 1990s), Zanotta furniture, and packaging, such as that for Johnnie Walker whisky (1978) and San Pellegrino mineral water (1999).

His work was displayed at the Design Centre in London in 1979 and the Museo d’Arte Contemporanea in Milan in 1983. He was awarded the Gold Medal by the New York Art Directors’ Club in 1977.

Marcello Minale, Brian Tattersfield. British Airports at the Design Center. 1980
Marcello Minale, Brian Tattersfield. British Airports at the Design Center. 1980

Sources

Byars, M., & Riley, T. (2004). The design encyclopedia. Laurence King Publishing.

Woodham, J. M. (2006). A dictionary of modern design. Oxford University Press.

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