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Brody has said of the fetish period the musicians on fetish were also totally open to the idea of me working under my own steam there has been such a shift in this respectmost groups now take a much bigger hand in design which does not necessarily make for a better cover. Neville brody is perhaps the best known graphic designer of his generation. He studied graphic design at the london college of printing and first made his way into the public eye through his record cover designs and his involvement in the british independent music scene in the early 1980s. Industrial and elektro label run by late rod pearce with acts like 23 skidoo, bush tetras and stephen mallinder from cabaret voltaire. Known as much for the music as for the highly stylized and eye-catching neville brody sleeves. Neville brody is an eminent name among the twentieth century english graphic designers. His versatility extends to art direction and typography as well. His well-known works include his contribution to the face and arena magazines. Moreover, he designed record covers for several famous music artists, including cabaret voltaire and depeche mode. Fetish records was an influential british independent record label. Its artist roster consisted of largely early industrial, experimental, and post-punk groups. It was also a home to the early works of graphic designer neville brody, who created artwork for releases as art director for the label. Apr 25, 2019 - an english graphic designer, typographer and art director, founder of the research studio. Brody worked as an art director with fetish records shortly after he finished at the london college of printing. During his time at fetish records, brody designed album covers for various artists signed to the label. In the graphic language of neville brody by jon wozencroft, brody described the freedom and control the position allowed. Neville brody is an internationally known british graphic designer and typographer, who is best known for his work on magazines, most notably the face. This magazine transformed the way in which designers and readers approach typography and layout.