Founder / creative director

The Designers Republic

Anderson studied philosophy at the University of Sheffield from 1979 to 1982, as a designer he is self-taught.

He declared The Designers Republic on Bastille Day in 1986 in Sheffield, and the agency’s work is credited with defining the visual language of dance music, electronic and the Playstation gaming generation post-flagship title WipEout.

Anderson has worked with architects such as Sadar + Vuga, built environment developers Urban Splash and RREEF, as well as fashion designers Issey Miyake and Rick Owens.

He has developed global branding campaigns, identities and special projects for the likes of Coca-Cola, Sony, Nokia, Telia, MTV and Nike.

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