Quentin Newark

Quentin Newark started his career in design by choosing the typefaces for novels at book publisher Faber & Faber. Moving to Pentagram in 1985, he spent five years sharpening Alan Fletcher’s pencil.

Quentin Newark started his career in design by choosing the typefaces for novels at book publisher Faber & Faber. Moving to Pentagram in 1985, he spent five years sharpening Alan Fletcher’s pencil. He makes up a quarter of London consultancy Atelier Works. He is also busy writing his first book about design.

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