Rob Mowbray is an Associate Lecturer for MA Graphic Branding and Identity at London College of Communication.
A commercial practitioner for over 20 years, Rob has experience of working in design, advertising, direct marketing and publishing. He spent a number of years leading creative teams and developing brands for the UK’s largest consumer magazine publisher. In 2002 he helped co-found the designer-led creative studio 432 Limited, servicing clients such as IPC Media, Time Inc., Hachette UK, Telegraph Media Group and the BBC. Rob is an International Society of Typographic Designers (ISTD) member.
'Ghost Town: the hauntology of Croydon', 2014 was a public exhibition of Rob’s on-going research project inspired by architectural ghosts in the London Borough of Croydon.
Rob's teaching interests are focused on the application of semiotic theory through reflexive practice, divergent thinking and methodologies that encourage learners to take ownership of their creativity.
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