Jack Lee is a graphic designer, born in Hong Kong and currently based in London.
Specialising in typography and print design, he has a fond interest in experimenting with letterforms and shapes. In his design, he often captures geometric forms from everyday elements, and expresses them in bold, visual interpretations.
He graduated from BA (Hons) Graphic and Media Design: Typographics, in London College of Communication. Jack is now working as the chief designer at Gorilla Film Magazine, as well as designing for The National Gallery.
His works was mentioned in It’s Nice That, Less Common More Sense Magazine,CreativeReview blog, Cut&Paste. And had been exhibited at Emerge, Anti Design Festival and Hong Kong Graphic Art Fiesta.