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Brian Tattersfield

Brian Tattersfield (1938 – Present)

Brian Tattersfield is a highly influential graphic designer and co-founder of the international branding firm, Minale Tattersfield. He was born in Yorkshire in 1938. Tattersfield attended the Royal College of Art where Bob Gill was a teacher. He started his early career in the advertising business and became Art Director at Young & Rubicam.

With Marcello Minale, Tattersfield’s fellow designer at this agency, he founded Minale, Tattersfield & Partners which soon gained worldwide recognition as a leading multidisciplinary design and branding firm. They famously created the now-iconic visual identity for Harrods in 1967. A few of their other clients were Kodak, London Transport, Nestle, NatWest, Premier League and Armani.

Tattersfield was appointed an Honorary Doctor of Philosophy in 2003.

Brian Tattersfield Elsewhere:

Minale Tattersfield
How to Design a Successful Petrol Station


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