RANGE OF WORK:
Ray gun magazine - The American center for design called his work “the most important work coming out of America
Beach culture magazine - Won “best overall design” and “cover of the year”
Featured in over 180 different magazines and newspaper articles all over the world
“The end of print”, his first book, is the top selling graphic design book of all time
He was the art director for the Mcluhan estate.
David designed the worldwide branding campaign for Microsoft, as well as the worldwide advertising for Giorgio Armani (Milan)
Carson has art directed and designed Surfer, twSkateboarding, twSnowboarding, Beach Culture, and Ray Gun magazines. He has an extensive list of international clients: Nine Inch nails, Toyota, Mercedes Benz, Bank of Montreal, Microsoft, Quiksilver, Meg Ryan, David Byrne, Bush, Pepsi, and Xerox.
David’s work continues to be subjective and largely driven by intuition, with an emphasis on reading material before designing it, and experimenting with ways to communicate in a variety of mediums. Carson remains a hands on designer, keeping his studio small and mobile.
HOW TO IDENTIFY WORK:
Fractured imagery of the everyday.
Unconventional approach to layout and form.
Blurred and overlapping text are consistent in his work.
Tests the boundaries of public perception.
RANGE OF WORK:
Initially worked in record cover design
Made his name largely through his revolutionary work as Art Director for the Face magazine.
Other international magazine directions have included City Limits, Lei, Per Lui, Actuel and Arena, together with London's The Observer newspaper and magazine.
In 1988 Brody published the first of his two monographs , which became the world's best selling graphic design book.
In 1994, together with business partner Fwa Richards, Brody launched Research Studios, London. Since then studios have been opened in Paris,...
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