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Neville Brody

Neville Brody

Information about the typeface designer Neville Brody and his fonts.

Neville Brody was born in Britain, and studied graphic design at the London College of Printing. After designing record covers for the independent labels Still Records and Fetish Records, he became art director of The Face, a British style magazine.

Between 1983 and 1990 he provided art direction for several other magazines, including City Limits, a London weekly guide, Arena, a style magazine, Per Lui and Lei (Italy), and Actuel (France).

In 1987 he founded his own London-based design practice, The Studio, which worked on several corporate identities and fashion projects for clients including Nike, the Dutch Postal Service, and the German cable channel Premiere.

He has designed several popular typefaces including Arcadia, Industria, Insignia, FF Blur, FF Pop, FF Gothic, and FF Harlem. He is also a partner of FontShop International in Berlin and FontWorks in London, and founding editor of the digital magazine FUSE.

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Fonts designed by Neville Brody:

FF Autotrace Double
FF Autotrace Five
FF Autotrace Nine
FF Autotrace One
FF Autotrace Outline
FF Blur
FF Dirty Four
FF Dirty One
FF Dirty Seven One
FF Dirty Seven Two
FF Dirty Six Regular
FF Dirty Three
FF Dome Headline
FF Dome Text
FF Gothic
FF Gothic Condensed
FF Harlem
FF Harlem Slang
Industria Inline
Industria Solid
FF Pop
FF Tokyo One
FF Tokyo One Solid
FF Tokyo Two
FF Tokyo Two Solid
FF Typeface Four One
FF Typeface Four Two
FF Typeface Seven
FF Typeface Six
FF World One
FF World Three
FF World Two

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