Angus Hyland

Angus Hyland studied information design at the London College of Printing and graphic art and design at the Royal College of Art. After running his own successful studio in Soho for ten years, he became a partner in Pentagram’s London offices in 1998.

He has worked with a wide range of private and public sector clients including AkzoNobel, Asprey, BBC, British Council, British Museum, Canongate Books, Cass Art, Crafts Council, Citibank, Daishin Securities, EAT., EMI, Getty Images, Grant Thornton International, Nokia, Laurence King Publishing, Nokia, Penguin, Phaidon Press, Reed Exhibitions, Samsung, Royal Academy of Arts, Sage, The Sage Gateshead, Shakespeare’s Globe and Tate Modern.

In 2005, Angus was appointed consultant creative director to Laurence King Publishing, where he oversees all aspects of design and brand management and is responsible for generating new book concepts.