Take Five with...
Terry Stephens, Creative Director, Moving Brands
What is the most unusual project you’ve ever worked on?
One of the most surreal was definitely creating the catalogue for the Gilbert & George retrospective at Tate Modern. The approval process involved several meetings with them at their house in East London, and at the end of the project (as a thank you) G&G invited all of the creative team and art handlers to their favourite restaurant in Spitalfields for dinner with them.
Who is your creative hero?
Tough question. I’m not sure there’s any one. I admire the work of a lot of designers and artists but I’m also lucky to work with (and have worked with in the past) a number of super talented people that have helped shape the designer I am today.
What would you do with a spare €100?
At the moment, it would have to go towards my wedding in September.
What piece of work do you wish you had created?
One of my favourite symbols of all time is the British Standard kitemark. It’s awkward as hell but for some reason I love it.
What’s your soundtrack?
I have an extremely eclectic taste in music, but Kasabian’s debut album never fails to give me a kick up the arse if I need it.