Neville Brody is an English graphic designer, typographer and art director. Hs work is today highly recognized worldwide.
He first made his way into the public eye through his record cover designs and his involvement in the British independent music scene in the early 1980s. As the Art Director of Fetish he began experimenting with the beginnings of a new visual language that consisted of a mixture of visual and architectural elements. Later he was able to put these ideas into practice and to set new precedents through the innovative styling of The Face magazine.
His artistic contribution to The Face completely revolutionized the way in which designers and readers approach the medium.
He then began designing his own typefaces thus opening the way for the advent of digital type design. His pioneering spirit in the area of typography manifests itself today in such projects as FUSE, a regularly published collection of experimental typefaces and posters which challenges the boundaries between typography and graphic design.
Today, Neville Brody’s work focuses largely on electronic communications design. At the same time, he continues to create his unique and striking digital typefaces. His contributions to the world of graphic design and digital typography are absolutely invaluable. Often referred to as a “star typographer”, Brody has designed a number of very well-known typefaces.
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