Embarking on a career in design is a daunting and ever-exciting step. Whilst some have done it for a few months, others have been creating logos, identities and branding for decades. John Lloyd (opens in new tab) is one such designer – beginning his career in 1960 – who is able to showcase his inspirations and experiences within the industry.
Here, he has collated a web archive of his works, interviews and more that will allow any aspiring designer or indeed, any fully-fledged graphic designer to learn something new. "The archive is conceived as an educational resource and as a contribution to the online preservation and curation of British graphic design history," he explains.
Having worked with a wide range of clients including BAA, John Lewis, the National Rail System and a wide range of universities, Lloyd has unfathomable experience. Take a look (opens in new tab) at the extensive range of work on show and be sure to check out a few of our favourite pieces below.
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