Monday, March 1, 2010

Post 3: Cien: Typography. Neville Brody

Neville Brody

Neville Brody’s work has always been considered too experimental. As he says “ Digital design is like painting accept the paint never dries.” Neville Brody is known as an art director and type designer. He has done numerous Record covers such as Cabaret Voltaire and Dépêche Mode.

Neville Brody has worked on many well known magazines such as, The Face, City Limits and Per Lui.

Brody’s typographic style was aesthetic elements from Art Deco and betrays non-European influence. His graphical language has become an international model for new age of computer oriented design.

Neville Brody’s work focuses largely on electronic communications design. At the same time, he continues to create his distinctive and striking digital typefaces. His contributions to the world of graphic design and digital typography are entirely priceless. Often referred to as a “star typographer”, Brody has designed a number of very well-known typefaces.

Such as;


-follow this link to see the rest of Neville Brody's Typefaces-

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