The creative mind of graphic designer Neville Brody is limitless. His artistic proclivities shone through as a child and Brody insists he always knew he would become an artist. As a student at the London College of Printing, his daring and controversial experimentation with graphic design was deemed ‘anti-traditional.’ Regardless of the criticism he received, Brody’s work was admired by the larger audience. After working as a record cover designer, Brody became the Art Director for many art magazines: Fetish, The Face, Arena. Brody is a founding member of FontWorks and in 1994 opened design firm Research Studios. The many fonts designed by Brody are unique in everyway—they feature a combination of curves and angles that would normally clash, imperfect lines that add a quirky attitude, and asymmetrical accents to engage the reader. As an artist, graphic designer, typographer, art director, and brand strategist, Neville Brody is a visionary. To learn more about Neville Brody, click here.