Neville Brody creates RCA anniversary logo
Neville Brody has created a logo to mark the Royal College of Art’s 175th anniversary.
Brody, who is dean of the RCA’s School of Communication, has created the logo to be used throughout the year.
The RCA was founded in 1837 as the Government School of Design. It started out with just 12 students, based in a wing of Somerset House.
The RCA now has an enrollment of more than 1100 students from 58 countries.
This year, the RCA is launching new masters programmes in interior design, service design, games design and information experience design.
It is also planning programmes in global innovation design and moving image and documentary animation.