Angus Hyland, UK (1999)
Angus Hyland has been a partner at Pentagram London since 1998. He has worked with a range of clients including Asprey, Garrard, BMP DDB, Cass Art, EMI, Phaidon, the BBC, Nokia, the British Council, the British Museum, the Crafts Council, Shakespeare’s Globe and the Victoria & Albert Museum. In 2005, Angus was appointed consultant creative director to Laurence King Publishing where he oversees all aspects of design and brand management and is responsible for generating new book concepts. In May 2006 LKP published ‘C/ID: Visual Identity and Branding for the Arts’ edited by Angus with Emily King. He featured in the Independent on Sunday’s ‘Top Ten Graphic Designers in the UK’ and was the only designer mentioned in The Observer’s review of the most influential people in British publishing, 2006. Currently he is President of the AGI UK chapter. In 2002 Angus received an honorary master of arts from the Surrey Institute of Art & Design.