Hollis Duncan, Barcelona CB’er
Hollis Duncan, Culinary Backstreets’ Barcelona correspondent, is a graphic designer born and raised in the southeastern United States and now based in Spain. He has designed book covers for Penguin, W.W. Norton, Random House Mondadori, Georgetown University Press and others. His editorial illustrations have appeared in The New York Times Op/Ed section and Sunday Book Review.
In 2012, Hollis established Food Club Barcelona, a video blog dedicated to documenting the best plates of food in Barcelona, whether at churrerias, traditional tapas bars or Michelin-starred restaurants.
An avid cyclist, Hollis races cyclocross for Independent Fabrication Grassroots. He lives in the Gràcia neighborhood with his wife and two kids.
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