- Was a British graphic designer.
- Born September 1931, died September 2006.
- Described by ‘The Daily Telegraph’ as – “the most highly regarded graphic designer of his generation, and probably one of the most prolific.”
- Studied at: Hammersmith School of Art, Central School of Art, Royal College of Art, and Yale School of Art and Architecture.
- Clients included: Pirelli, Cunard, Penguin Books and Olivetti.
- Pentagram – 1972, clients included – Lloyd’s of London and Daimler Benz.
- Much of his work is still in use, i.e. the V&A logo which was created in 1989.