The Face | Neville Brody | Styled by British graphic designer Neville Brody, the Face was launched in May 1980 and immediately set the tone for what became known as the style decade. Brody’s groundbreaking art direction merged dynamic typography with stylish and dramatically cropped photography, as on this July 1983 cover, creating a new visual language for magazines
Takenobu Igarashi, F. Chopin, F. Liszt. 1981. By 1976, his experiments with alphabets drawn on isometric grids were attracting clients and international recognition. He calls his three-dimensional alphabetic sculptures architectural alphabets.