Neville Brody (b. 1957) is a London born graphic designer. Studied at the London College of Printing. Primarily known for his work as Art Director on The Face magazine and for his studio’s work on the late 1990s Macromedia identity. In 1990 he and Erik Spiekermann started FontFont and FUSE. Currently he operates his London studio, Research Associates.
Some of his early design work was for British bands. Fetish, Hanibal, 23 Skiddo, and Cabaret Voltaire all have album covers designed by Brody.
See a collection of his designs for the Dutch postal service here.