Organised by MagCulture
Graphic designer Neville Brody joins us to discuss his work and its relationship to editorial design.
About this event
This event has now sold out. We’ll be sharing it online on Instagram Live, follow @magCulture and look outfor the prompt to join at 7pm GMT Thursday.
Neville Brody built his name and reputation in the 1980s with the art direction and design of The Face magazine. He has since secured a unique position in contemporary graphics, offering a rigorous critique of the industry while creating typography and branding for an international range of clients including Coca-Cola, Nike, Samsung and the BBC.
As the third volume of his monograph ‘The Graphic Language of Neville Brody’ is published, Brody will be in conversation with Jeremy Leslie at the magCulture Shop. This is a rare opportunity to hear from Brody on a small stage, and he will also be happy to personalise and sign copies of the book after the event.
Our magCulture Meets evenings have run since 2016. They take place at the magCulture Shop in Clerkenwell; doors open at 630pm, the talks start at 7pm, and attendees can stay afterwards for a drink, chat and browse.
We’re grateful to Park Communications and Five Points Brewing Company for their support of magCulture Meets.