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Alan Meeks

1951 –

Aachen by Colin Brignall, Alan Meeks for Letraset in 1969, 1977

Astoria Classic by Alan Meeks in 2016

Bickley Script by Alan Meeks for Letraset in 1986

Bramley by Alan Meeks for Letraset in 1975

Cabaret by Alan Meeks for Letraset in 1980

Campaign by Alan Meeks for Letraset in 1987

Candice by Alan Meeks for Letraset in 1976

Chesterfield by Alan Meeks for Letraset

Letraset Dynamo by Colin Brignall, Alan Meeks for Letreset in 1977

Einhorn by Alan Meeks for Letraset in 1980

Frankfurter by Bob Newman, Alan Meeks in 1970 – 1978

Galadriel by Alan Meeks for Letraset in 1975

Knightsbridge by Alan Meeks for Letraset in 1975

Plaza by Alan Meeks for Letraset in 1975

Renate by Alan Meeks for Letraset

Rialto by Alan Meeks for Letraset in 1980

Shelley by Alan Meeks for Letraset in 1982

Silver Screen by Alan Meeks for Letraset

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1970年、Graphic Systems 社に参画。
1975年より Letraset 社に参画し、30以上のフォントをデザインした。 また、5大世界流通大手の一つであるイギリスの Tesco 社 のロゴ、英タバコ Camel のコーポレート書体などもデザインした。

Alan Meeks was born in London, England in 1951, He went straight from school in 1970 to join Graphic Systems as a trainee artist, typographer and typeface designer. In 1975 he joined Letraset as senior designer and was chiefly responsible along with Colin Brignall in making Letraset into a serious font foundry. All the fonts in those days were hand cut in Rubylith and most of the original artwork has been archived by St. Brides Printing Library.

In 1984 Alan left Letraset to set up his own studio whilst still producing Typefaces for Letraset and ITC. With his own studio Alan started to do more work in Corporate Identity and Packaging, designing logos for Tesco, BHS, Rolls-Royce, Champions League etc. also Corporate Typefaces for Somerfield, Cathay Pacific, Tarmac etc.

In 2004 he set up his own foundry Alan Meeks to produce a range of mainly new modern text/sub-text designs. Alan now lives in Buckinghamshire with his wife and three children two cats and an unknown number of fish and frogs.