All posts tagged: Neville Brody

Heroes – Tom Hingston


Who’d have thought that a Neville Brody exhibition at the V&A could have changed the life of one designer so profoundly. But that’s exactly what happened to designer Tom Hingston writes Martin Maher. He initially studied at the London College of Printing before going onto Central St Martins. The Neville Brody connection didn’t end there either. Tom’s tutor Jon Wozencroft worked with Neville Brody and encouraged Tom to go along for an interview for a junior designer position […]

Last orders at the D&AD bar


With entries closing on 01 February – just days away – D&AD have sent out a polite reminder to creative folk with ideas on scooping a Yellow (or even Black) Pencil this year, that time is a’tick-tocking away to get entries in. Over the last 49 years, D&AD has celebrated outstanding design and advertising that has influenced generations of creative talent. This year, their ambition is to make the 50th D&AD Annual the ultimate benchmark […]

Neville Brody creates /50 identity for D&AD’s fiftieth anniversary


Neville Brody has created a new /50 logo for D&AD as the organisation celebrates its fiftieth year recognising and supporting UK and international creative talent. The identity – named Forward 50 – has been designed in such a way that it functions as a modular addition to the existing D&AD identity, appearing as D&AD/50 across all the materials produced during the half-centenary year. The understated Mark is set in Futura, which Brody chose as a timeless […]