Dr Alex Gordon interviewed for Canvas8 on ‘Brands without a Face’

15 September 2014 | By Sign Salad
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While many brands thrive on the traditional notion of being personable and attainable, others flourish by being ‘faceless’. But from Maison Martin Margiela’s undisclosed designers to Muji’s minimalist homeware, how are these anonymous brands faring in the age of the overshare? Sign Salad’s own Dr Alex Gordon is one of the voices featured in Susie Hogarth’s fascinating article. Read the PDF version here.

 

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