Neville BrodyPosted: May 3, 2013 Neville Brody “Digital design is like painting, except the paint never dries.” Born 23 April 1957 in London
Neville Brody is an alumnus of the London College of Printing and Hornsey College of Art.
Known for his work on ‘The Face’ magazine (1981-1986) and Arena magazine (1987-1990)
Brody has pushed the boundaries of visual communication in all media through his experimental and challenging work,
and continues to extend the visual languages we use through his exploratory creative expression.
Brody was very involved in the U.K. music scene of the 1980s;
he designed record covers for legendary labels including Rocking Russian, Stiff Records, and Fetish Records.
Brody’s insight, methodology and appetite for excellence inform every aspect of our work.
Neville Brody still also continues to work as a graphic designer and together
with business partner Fwa Richards launched his own design practice, Research Studios, in London in 1994.
Since then studios have been opened in Paris, Berlin and Barcelona.
He was one of the founding members of FontWorks in London and designed a number of notable typefaces for them.
He was also partly responsible for instigating the FUSE project an influential fusion between a magazine,graphics design and typeface design.
Recent projects include the redesign of the BBC in September 2011
and The Times in November 2006 with the creation of a new font Times Modern.
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