About Greg Bunbury.
Firstly, I’d like to thank you for visiting my site. Your time and attention is greatly appreciated.
My name is Greg, and I’m a Graphic Designer, Creative Consultant, D&I Consultant, public speaker, and host of the Design For The People podcast.
I design and consult on communications that enable organisations, communities and causes to connect with their audience. I create brand identities, strategies, content and marketing communications across print & digital.
As a former studio Head of Creative, I produced award-winning work for a marketing agency before going freelance. Since then I have successfully delivered thousands of branding, print and digital design projects for clients across the globe (many in music and film).
I approach Communication Design strategically, so I’m always focused on creating work that meets my client’s objectives, from raising awareness to increasing donations. From leading an initiative, to building a movement.
I’ve produced impactful work for brands and organisations including Sony Music, Ministry of Sound, Rezidor Hotels, Sanyo, Universal Music, Hackney Borough, Samsung, Heart Radio, Portsmouth City Council, Warner Music, Old El Paso, Polydor Records, Capital FM, and many more.
I’m forever curious and passionate about what drives culture – the big ideas that bring us together. I apply that curiosity to my work, and how I can help people strategically communicate their values to the world.
As a Black British designer, and a proud member of the design community, I use my voice to educate, engage, and share my extensive experience.
I also curate and design for the Black Outdoor Art project, an initiative in partnership with outdoor agency Brotherhood Media, that utilises donated billboard space as a platform for other Black British designers.
I look forward to learning how I can help you, better connect with your audience.
Greg Bunbury in the press
Art UK – Black Outdoor Art: creativity in action. Interview, May 2021.
The Voice – Art Activism for Social Change (Mention). August, 2021
Verge – 2011 Uprisings London Art Activations (Mention). August, 2021
D&AD – Become a Graphic Designer. Interview, July 2021
Hackney Gazette – Billboard art project sparks conversations on racism. Interview, March 2021.
Type 01 – Design for Social, Amplifying Voices for Cultural Change. Interview, Jan 2021
Logo design for Steve McQueen’s Lammas Park by Greg Bunbury, November 2020
Reading University Dept. of Typography & Graphic Communication: Baseline Shift with Greg Bunbury, Oct 2020
Greg Bunbury’s empowering street art campaign to amplify black creative voices, July 2020
Branding and Black Lives Matter: will change be more than skin deep? Interview, June 2020
Black Lives Matter: graphic design’s role in the protest movement interview, June 2020
Social media tips: Unmissable advice for artists and designers, interview May 2020
Insight feature on design signatures, November 2019
Insight feature on design books, June 2019
Design Week Awards 2019 judging panel, March 2019
Design Week Awards 2018 judging panel, March 2018
Trigger Studio: Spotlight interview, May 2018
Creative Bloq ‘How to encourage diversity in the design industry’ interview, March 2018
The Times Creative Commission feature, April 2017
LogoDesigner.co The Crypt logo design feature, April 2017
Computer Arts ‘Diversity Matters’ interview, October 2017
CromeYellow ‘Science Fiction in Typography’ graphic design feature, Feb 2016
Design Week ‘4 Corners’ graphic designer feature, June 2016
The African and African-Caribbean Design Diaspora festival 2014 (exhibited)
ShortList Magazine ‘Iron Man 3’ alternative movie posters, 2013
The Toronto After Dark Film Festival, Best Poster: ‘The Battery’ (IMDb) 2013
ShortList Best Alternative Poster 2012
Aint It Cool News ‘Killer Joe’ poster design feature, Aug 2012
Best Poster Gold Award 2013
2013 – The Toronto After Dark Film Festival
Best film poster award for ‘The Battery’, by Greg Bunbury.
Client: O’Hannah Films. My role: concept, illustration, design and artwork.
Best Integrated Marketing Gold Award
2011 – MIMA (Meetings Industry Marketing Awards)
MIMA Gold Award Winner Best Integrated Marketing for Windulge.
Agency: Mabox. Client: Rezidor.
My role: campaign concept/branding.
Excellence Awards Best Integrated Campaign (finalist)
2009 – CIPR (Chartered Institute of Public Relations)
2009 CIPR Excellence Awards Best Integrated Campaign (finalists) for ‘Words Unite’.
Client: The Learning Trust Hackney. Agency: Mabox.
My role: brand origination, branding, graphic design, copywriting, artworking.
Gold Award Winner Best Direct Marketing
2008 – MIMA (Meetings Industry Marketing Awards)
MIMA Gold Award Winner 2008 Best Direct Marketing For Rezidor ‘Golden Chance’.
Agency: Mabox. Client: Rezidor. My role: print design & art direction.
Universal Music UK
Sony Music UK
Ministry of Sound
Warner Music UK
Time Out Magazine (London)
Polydor Records UK
Capitol Records UK
Union Square Music
Greenlight Management (US)
One Fifteen Management
The London Lions
Boss Sounds (US)
Shoot Music Promotions
The Crypt Studio
Ben Brooks-Dutton, Managing Partner, The Unmistakables
"The Unmistakables has worked with Greg for some time in two different capacities - as a designer and a cultural contributor as part of our inclusion network. As a contributor, Greg brings both lived experiences and thought-provoking insights that challenge clients to think differently. As a designer, Greg always hits the brief as well as stretching us to places we might not have gone. To us, Greg is part of the team."
Rory Gilbert - Product Manager, Anjunabeats
"Greg was a consummate professional throughout the project. Working to a tight deadline, he kept us updated through every step and was in regular contact to advise on best practices that ensured our brief was completed in time to the desired spec."
Philip Connolly - Product Manager, Sony Music
"Greg Bunbury is always a pleasure to work with. Most recently he’s turned around a suite of print ads for album campaigns. Greg is within that rare breed of designers who works perfectly to the brief whilst bringing his own creative flair into the mix to enhance the impact of the ad."
Tom Roberts - Founder, Shoot Music
"Greg provides an innovative and flexible service and feels like an integral part of our team. Greg quickly understood who we are and what we needed and was able to translate that into creative and simple to use digital assets. He always delivers above and beyond."
Jon Cauwood - Head Of Catalogue, Sony Music UK
"Greg's work has always been of the very highest standard, with excellent creative and an understanding of the products and brands."
Tom Maverly - Co-Founder, Trigger
"Greg Bunbury worked with us to bring the feel good vibes to Heart’s on-air summer competition across social and online."
Nell Mulderry - Founder, Boss Sounds
"Greg Bunbury crushed it when creating our new company logo. He captured the essence of what we were after through sheer instinct, talent, and an innate sensibility. The logo resonates with our brand, in both form and function. The reaction we're getting is incredible."
Lily Crockford - Founder, Crockford Management
"Bunbury Communication Design are a great company to work with. They always deliver innovative ideas at a great price."
Nosa Igbinedion - Filmmaker
"Greg took my brief and totally understood my vision. He provided a poster that matched the aesthetics of a massive Hollywood studio movie. A pleasure to work with."
Jason Eskin - VP, Digital Marketing, The Walt Disney Studios
"Greg brought a voice, aesthetic and creativity to our project that couldn't have been more perfect."
Clare Byrne - Marketing Manager, Ignition Records
"Bunbury Communication Design are innovative and original, while incredibly efficient and thorough"
Benita Kimera - Label Manager, Union Square
"Greg is an excellent creative designer with a great eye for detail, & ability to work across a wide range of releases, all executed & delivered to a high standard."