Before becoming a partner in the design monolith Pentagram, Angus Hyland ran his own studio in Soho for 10 years after running out of design degrees to do.
The London College of Printing/Royal College of Art graduate cut his teeth on book covers for Penguin, record covers and designed for an estimable amount of clients, including the BBC and Tate. He has recently published a compendium of brands visual signatures in Symbol, redesigned the Cass Art own-brand range and is guest posting all this week!
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