Peter G. Warren

Born by the Essex seaside and raised in the English home counties on a diet of fish paste sandwiches and Frazzles, Pete Warren first cropped up when he designed a display type called FF Amoeba for FontShop International and his work was shown in Creative Review and Eye magazine.

Since then he has made a living as a typographic designer, digital designer and sound designer, developing specialist skills in areas such as interface prototyping, screen-based typography, type design and audio production.

Sound-wise, he's had his sound design nominated for a BAFTA Interactive Award, he's composed the theme tune to a Saudi Arabian TV show, his sound effects have been embedded into the microchips of toys and books, and he's had his electronic music played on BBC Radio 1. He's s... Read more

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