Jon Daniel Graphic Designer
Jon Daniel is a graphic designer who has worked for many of London’s leading advertising agencies, as well as co-founding and working as Executive Creative Director for two creative companies Headland and ebb&flow.
He has worked on many black cultural projects and initiatives including campaigns for Operation Black Vote, the 1990 Trust Arm, African Reparations Movement and the brand identity for the Bicentennial of the Abolition of the Slave Trade for the Mayor of London’s Office in 2007 and the BCA (Black Cultural Archives) in 2012.
In 2003 he was awarded, with ebb&flow, a CRE RIMA (Race in the Media) Award for his work on an innovative Black History Month project with Camden Council. In 2011 and 2012 he designed and curated the Post-Colonial series of philatelic exhibitions with Stanley Gibbons, showcasing stamps from the African diaspora and 50 Fabulous Jamaican stamps celebrating Jamaica’s historic anniversary of Independence.