Jonathan Barnbrook talks about his graphic design work highlighting his collaboration with David Bowie including the design for his last album ★. Also featured are his pioneering typefaces and the creative political partnerships with Occupy and Anti-advertising collective Adjusters.
About Jonathan Barnbrook
Jonathan Barnbrook is one of the most well known graphic designers in Britain. Most notably for being David Bowie’s favourite graphic designer having worked on the designs of his past 4 albums and the V&A exhibition ‘David Bowie is’. Barnbrook also works with a mixture of cultural institutions, activist groups and charities as well as completing a steady stream of personal works. He is also recognised for his collaborations with Adbusters, Occupy London, Damien Hirst, his ubiquitous font designs released through Emigre and his own company Virusfonts. His contribution to graphic design was recognised by a major retrospective at the Design Museum, London in 2007.