Tim Gough has been working as a creative person for various agencies, design firms, and publications for over 15 years. He has created work for a wide variety of clients including The New York Times, Nylon Magazine, Quirk Books, Fast Company, Burton Snowboards, Poketo, Leo Burnett, Warner Bros. Records, Urban Outfitters, Buzzfeed, Element Skateboards, The Philadelphia Eagles, Under Armour, Washington Nationals, and Duke University.
His art and design are influenced by the screen printed process and mid-century graphics. In addition to design and art direction, Tim can be found getting his hands dirty making multi-layered screen prints, ink drawings, and experimenting with various media and materials.
He lives in Philadelphia with his wife and dog.
This Lunchtime Lecture is sponsored by MICA's MFA in Illustration Practice.