Luke Hayman

In the world of magazine design Luke Hayman is something of a superstar. Born in Hemel Hempstead, Hayman studied graphic design at London's Central St. Martins School of Art before moving to New York in 1992. There he has steadily built a remarkable reputation, partly based on his celebrated work and partly, by his own admission, by never staying in one job for more than two years. Hayman has been instrumental in the design and redesign of an impressive number of prestigious and influential publications, including i.D. magazine, New York magazine, Time magazine and, most recently, Radar magazine. In December 2006, and after receiving several major awards, Hayman joined Pentagram, the renowned multidisciplinary design firm with offices worldwide, at its New York office as a partner.

Hayman really began to establish his name when he joined New York magazine as design director in 2004. Working alongside editor-in-chief Adam Moss, he was instrumental in restoring the title to prominence, winning a clutch of awards in the process.

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