Tony Dunworth took a protracted route to his current role as director of Graphical House. Five years of architecture schooling, a year of practice in Bolivia, and six months working with archaeologists in the West Bank persuaded him his future definitely lay in graphic design.
11 years of running his own studio was sufficient time to make numerous mistakes and to learn from them, and in 2010 Tony merged his business with his erstwhile partners, and at the same time Graphical House eliminated some of the competition. Since then, the combined studio has worked with clients all over the world, from California to Vietnam.
With established brands like Paul Smith, Channel 4 and the BBC, as well as collaborating with numerous designers, artists, makers, and SMEs. Tony says “Graphical House is a community of ideas” in tribute to the network of creative talent they work with, and this is reinforced by their open door shop front studio that embraces its surroundings at the heart of Glasgow’s creative quarter.