Creative Lives — “If you’re good, you’ll get noticed” – meet Vintage’s deputy art director, Stephen Parker

Posted 01 August 2017 Interview by Marianne Hanoun

Stephen Parker has spent almost two decades working on everything from classic English novels to European sporting biographies, dark Scandinavian crime and American cult fiction. As Vintage Books’ deputy art director, over the years he’s learnt the importance of balancing diplomacy with knowing when to challenge a brief. And while the technical landscape has changed since he was starting out, (think cow gum and Rotring pens) for Stephen, the meeting of digital and traditional usually produces the most crowd-pleasing solutions. 

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