Enric Jardí (Barcelona, 1964) studied Graphic Design at the Elisava and has been a teacher there since 1988. In1992 he founded the studio Propaganda which he ran after 1998, when he went solo. In 1991 he co-founded the typographic design company Type-Ø-Tones which develops fonts distributed by FontShop (Berlin). He is currently director of the Masters in Advanced Typography at the Eina school of art and design, and he teaches the Masters in Art Direction in Advertising at the Universitat Ramon Llull. In partnership with Marcus Villaça, he has developed several editorial projects like the redesign of the newspapers Chicago Reader and Boston Phoenix. From September 2005 to April 2009, he was president of the Asociación de Directores de Arte y Diseñadores Gráficos ADG-FAD. He is the author of the book Veintidós consejos sobre tipografía (que algunos diseñadores jamás revelarán) y veintidós cosas que nunca debes hacer con las letras (que algunos tipógrafos nunca te dirán) and, more recently, of the book Pensar en imágenes. In October 2009 he received the Premio Nacional de Cultura, in the design section, awarded by the Generalitat de Catalunya.