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John Lloyd

John Lloyd (1944 – Present)

John David Lloyd is a highly regarded and accomplished British graphic designer. He started his early career in 1960, working as an apprentice lithographic artist. He attended the South West Essex School of Art and the London College of Printing. After graduating in 1968, he joined Allied International Designers in London.

Lloyd established his own design firm, Lloyd Northover, with fellow designer Lloyd Northover in 1975. They have designed corporate identities for various clients including Loan Fund for Musical Instruments, British Airports, Nicholas and British Medical Association. The agency received the Grand Prix in the International Design Effectiveness Awards, and the International Gold Award at the New York Art Directors Club.

John Lloyd Elsewhere:

Lloyd Northover
John Lloyd: In The Mind Of An Iconic Graphic Designer

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