Pearce’s work touches many disciplines, from spatial design and identity to print and packaging. His clients range from Phaidon Publishing, Williams F1 and Kangol to Shakespeare’s Globe, Saks Fifth Avenue, the Science Museum and Boots, for whom he has created designs for over 23 years.
Some of his major corporate identity work includes Halfords and The Co-operative. Pearce was born in 1960 and studied at Canterbury College of Art.
Prior to joining Pentagram’s London office as partner in 2006, he co-founded Lippa Pearce Design in 1990. Pearce has won many national and international design awards including two D&AD Silvers.
He was one of a few graphic designers chosen to exhibit in a show of excellence in New York to celebrate British design. His work was exhibited at the 50th anniversary exhibition of the Alliance Graphique Internationale in Paris, of which he is also a member.
Pearce is dedicated to supporting human rights, and over the last 15 years he has created all the design material for non-profit organisation, Witness, in New York City, founded by the musician and activist Peter Gabriel. He also sits on the Witness advisory board.