Neville Brody is an alumnus of the London College of Communication, and Hornsey College of Art, London. After graduating, he designed record covers for artists, such as Cabaret Voltaire, and Depeche Mode. It was a natural next step to move into magazine design. Neville is acclaimed for his ground- breaking work as Art Director for The Face magazine in the 1980s. In 1994 he formed his own studio (now Brody Associates). He has designed identities for the Guardian, The Times, Christian Dior, the BBC and Dom Pérignon. He is a founding member of the type foundry Fontworks, and has designed over twenty different typefaces during his career. Internationally recognized as a pioneer in the fields of graphic design, art direction and brand strategy, his work is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York. He was the Dean of the School of Communication at the Royal College of Art, London until 2018.