Chris Bigg is the man behind all the visual identity of the label, curating and producing every design and artwork. He is a Senior Lecturer in Graphic Design, in the School of Art at the University of Brighton. Chris has research interests in visualising music and sound. Experimentation and collaboration are essential to his working process, in which he sees sound and visuals as inseparable, with one informing the other.
Chris has worked extensively with the British independent record label 4AD, where, as Senior Designer, Working for many years as assistant to Vaughan Oliver he worked producing iconic covers for bands such as the Pixies, The Breeders, Dead Can Dance, The Wolfgang Press, Jóhann Jóhannsson, Lush and Belly. Since 2004, Chris has run his own studio. Recent projects include; Graphic Designer for David Sylvian’s Samadhisound Record Label, including a 600-page publication Hypergraphia: writings of David Sylvian 1980-2014, (2015), Doctors, Dissection and Resurrection Men at the Museum of London (2013), Diaghilev and the Golden Age of the Ballet Russe at the V&A, London (2011), as well as work for David Lynch, Scott Walker, Sinead O’ Connor, Stefano Guzzetti, Nico Muhly, Aldous Harding, Adrian Sherwood to name a few.