Creative Lives — Talking images, illustrations and ideas with Vintage’s designer Rosie Palmer

Posted 01 August 2017 Interview by Marianne Hanoun

Forever collecting inspiration and reference images, designer Rosie Palmer’s ideas for book covers often start life on her phone. Stashing away snaps from exhibitions and bookshops, the Kingston Graphic Design graduate’s digital library sits idle, waiting for the right book to come along. Joining Penguin Random House on a four-week placement, Rosie has worked her way up from a design assistant to a fully fledged designer, getting to grips with GIFs and learning the ropes of publishing along the way. She tells us more about how her role has evolved.

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