My name is Philip Marshall and I am a graphic designer. I mostly work with artists, record labels, musicians, cultural events and fashion brands on projects for both print and digital. You can see some examples of my work on this website. Follow me on Instagram for more: @_philipmarshall
Current and recent clients include Sergei Babayan, Manuela Benetton, BMG, Claudia Brücken, Comme des Garçons, Dover Street Market, Fennesz, iDEAL Recordings, Mari Mahr, Mercury Records, Ingo Metzmacher, Mute Records, Opus 3 Artists, Power House Berlin, Adrienne Sands, David Sylvian, Touch, Universal UMC, the Union Chapel, Velorose Gallery, Jana Winderen and ZTT Records.
I have also had the pleasure of working with 808 State, Marc Almond and Soft Cell, the Art of Noise, Biosphere, Frankie Goes to Hollywood and Holly Johnson, Grönland Records, Hildur Guðnadóttir, Trevor Horn, JASSS, Jóhann Jóhannsson, the John Marchant Gallery, Billie Ray Martin, Moderna Museet Stockholm, the Museum of British Folklore, the Helmut Newton Foundation, nyMusikk, One Little Indian, Ostgut Ton, Platform, Jamie Reid, Max Richter, the Royal College of Art, Samadhisound, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Sleaford Mods, Sound and Music, Steffi, Mika Vainio, Voiceworks (Birkbeck College), Warner Music Group, Chris Watson, Leslie Winer, Wright & Teague and Yazoo.
I either work solo or, should a project require extra input, as part of a team of freelancers named Rebels in Control: Parker (creative planner and project manager); Stefan Fähler (graphic artist and illustrator); Oscar H Scott (coder and graphic designer); Gerard Forde (copy editor). For the majority of my work for ZTT Records, I collaborate with journalist and archivist Ian Peel.