Theo Inglis is a freelance graphic designer, focusing mainly on the design of books and publications, and a design writer based in Norwich. He completed his BA (Hons) in Graphic Design at Norwich University of the Arts before working at a branding design studio in London. Theo left the studio to study on the Royal College of Art’s Critical Writing in Art and Design MA, from which he graduated in 2017. He has written for a variety of design publications, including Creative Review, Grafik, The Monotype Recorder, Computer Arts, Eye, Communication Arts and AIGA’s Eye on Design. His debut book, Mid-Century Modern Graphic Design, was published by Batsford in May, 2019.
Mid-Century Modern Graphic Design (London, Batsford, 2019).
Be Informed by The Past (Bath, Computer Arts, August 2019 Issue 295).
Meet Marie Neurath, the Woman Who Transformed Isotype Into an International Endeavor, (New York, AIGA Eye on Design, 2019) Available at: https://eyeondesign.aiga.org/meet-marie-neurath-the-woman-who-transformed-isoytpe-into-an-international-endeavor/
How to Fight the Power with Joy, a Lesson From Corita Kent, (New York, AIGA Eye on Design, 2019) Available at: https://eyeondesign.aiga.org/how-corita-kent-fought-power-with-joy
Gordon House: Designer to The Beatles, ‘Groovy Bob’ + London’s Swinging Sixties (New York, AIGA Eye on Design, 2018) Available at: https://eyeondesign.aiga.org/gordon-house-designer-to-the-beatles-groovy-bob-londons-swinging-sixties/