Diego Limberti is a Brazilian Visual Artist and Designer who has a passion for collaborating with other artists as a curator and creative director. His core interest lies in the use of symbolism, as a tool to represent complex ideas trought visual narratives.

As a designer and creative director, his work is based on the search for visual narrative distinction through research, conceptual development, and the intersection of relevant artists. His personal work is marked by simple forms and and faceless figures that offer a new perspective on the experience of ordinary moments.

After starting his career working at several design studios in 2005, Limberti worked as a design director and creative director in some of best advertising agencies around the world such as Wieden+Kennedy (SP), LOLA Mullenlowe (Madrid), DDB (New York), and JWT (SP). Limberti has won hundreds of International creative awards in both Advertising and Design industries, such as Cannes Lions, D&AD, The One Show, Clio Awards, London International to name a few.

Currently I spend my time working at SOKO as a Chief Design Officer crafting innovative brand narratives and design culture for Spotify, Ambev, Unilever among others.


︎ diegolimberti@gmail.com

︎ +55 11 99653 2021

︎ @diegolimberti

Work Experience

Chief Design Officer
2024 - today

FLAGCX, Solid Studio
Founder & Executive Design Director
2020 - 2023

Wieden + Kennedy SP
Creative Director
2018 - 2020

Lola Mullenlowe Madrid
Creative Lead, Design Director
2018 - 2020

DDB New York
Associate Creative Director
2015 - 2018

Creative, Art Director

Santa Clara M&C Saatchi
Creative, Art Director

Awards & Recognitions

Cannes Lions
9x Lions Festival + 13 Shortlists
3 Pencíls + 5 Shortlists
The One Show
3 Pencíls + 2 Merits
Clio Awards
7x + 4 Shortlists
London International
4x LIA
El Ojo de Iberomerica
11x + 21 Shortlists
ADC Europe
1x 1 Nomination
Brazil Creative Club
7x + 6 Inbook
C de C España
3x 7 Merits
Effie Awards
2x Effies

Young Lions
Brazilian Creative Representative
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