Neville Brody discusses his inspirations and challenges past, present and future in four chapters. His work as a graphic designer, typographer and art director over the last 30 years has broken boundaries; influenced how we view messaging in many walks of life and is work that will continue to provide inspiration for generations to come.
A serie of four video interviews on inspiration, challenges, leaving your mark, and on the future. Moderator is Tim O’Kennedy. Part of the Blank Sheet Project by ArjoWiggings Creative Papers that focuses on renown creatives who share the way they approach a blank sheet of paper. They talk about the whole process of creativity, from inspiration to finished idea. They nominate the pieces of work that they would leave behind for future generations, and also discuss their own views on the role of paper today, the future of the creative industry and the responsibility of creatives to be ever more innovative, thoughtful and sustainable.
Neville Brody is an internationally renowned designer, typographer, art director, brand strategist and consultant. In the early to mid-80s, he was art director at the groundbreaking street magazine The Face before he moved to men’s style and lifestyle bible, Arena, in 1986. His monograph, The Graphic Language of Neville Brody, was published in 1988 and became the world’s best selling graphic design book.