Living between Berlin and Barcelona where he was Born in 1964, Martí Guixé studied interior design there and then industrial design at Milan Polytechnic. After working as a design consultant in Seoul during the mid-1990s, he began a long collaboration with Camper, the Spanish shoe retailer, in 1998 by designing its store in London. He has since designed Camper stores all over the world developing a distinctive design for each one within the same visual language of anarchic illustrations and anti-materialistic slogans on its packaging such as "If you don't need it, don't buy it" on Camper's bags. The same anarchic humor is reflected in the rest of Guixé's work: from rolls of sticky tape printed with images of an ornate picture frame or of footballs so that the tape can be rolled up to form a ball. He define himself as a Problem solver and object stylist carrying on a system which eliminate the form of the project to design it as pure function. Recent exhibitions include: Park Life, Centre d'Art la Panera, Lleida, Forever Bau-Haus, Marta Herford in 2009 and in 2008 Claska room 00, Tokyo, Sculpt me point, Amsterdam, Pfic Bar Torino, Open-end, Grand-Hornu.