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Marcus Diamond

T:
01642 738059
Job title:
Senior Lecturer (Design)
E:
m.diamond@tees.ac.uk
School/department:
School of Science, Engineering & Design
 
 
Research:
Science, Engineering and Design research
 
 

About Marcus Diamond

Marcus Diamond

Marcus Diamond
Senior Lecturer (Design), School of Science, Engineering & Design
T: 01642 738059
E: m.diamond@tees.ac.uk
Research: Science, Engineering and Design research

After completing an MA Sequential Design, Marcus founded the multi-disciplined studio/design company Neasden Control Centre. This allowed him as an art director to work at the crossroads of animation and motion graphics, print and product, illustration, installation and exhibition. Client roster included the likes of Action Aid, Diesel, Esquire, Island Records, MTV, Playboy and Rome Snowboards. The company was recently placed 85 in the 200 Best Design Moments Ever in 2012, by Computer Arts Magazine. Two monographs have been published worldwide by Die Gestalten Verlag.

Operating freelance Marcus has overseen a variety of campaigns and projects including Amnesty International, BBC, mima, and The Batlic. Exhibiting regularly, Marcus has exhibited internationally including at The Centre de Cultura Contemporania de Barcelona, The File sharing Gallery Berlin, The Modart Festival Munich, The Punct Gallery Tilburg Holland, and at The National Gallery London.

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Research interests

Driven by narrative, concepts and image-making, specifically through materials, drawing and mark-making. He is also keen to develop cross-culture design principals across different technology new and old, all of which informs his teaching.

Publications

Postcard Author: FL@33, Agathe Jacquillat, Tomi Vollauschek Publisher: Laurence King; first edition (13 Oct 2008) ISBN-10: 1856695697

Lost Control Author: Neasden Control Centre Publisher: Die Gestalten Verlag (25 Sep 2007) ISBN-10: 3899551893

Neasden Control Centre Author: Neasden Control Centre Publisher: Die Gestalten Verlag (22 April 2003) ISBN-10: 3931126730

In the news

  • Graphics students draw on expertise
    The Northern Echo, 20/05/2014, P.40
    Six graphic design students have received international recognition for their work in what has been a record-breaking year for Teesside University.


  • Design students set new record
    Darlington and Stockton Times [online] 21/05/2014
    Six graphic design students have received international recognition for their work in what has been a record-breaking year for Teesside University.