Leading graphic designer Neville Brody gives a talk this Friday (September 25) at the Design Museum in London, giving an insight into his design methods and past projects.

The talk is one of a series of spin-off events from the museum's major Super Contemporary exhibition, which celebrates London's creative scene and features special commissions from leading designers including Paul Smith, David Adjaye, Neville Brody, and Wayne Hemingway.

Having started out in record-cover design, Brody rose to recognition as art director of The Face magazine, before going on to work on City Limits, Per Lui, Arena, and the Observer newspaper and magazine. Brody has won recognition for his work in graphic design, typography, and art direction.

In 1994 Brody founded Research Studios, a leading graphic design studio, an offshoot of which produces the experimental typography magazine Fuse.

The talk takes place at 7.15pm and costs £15. To reserve tickets visit the Design Museum website.

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