Alistair McCready is a native New Zealander, currently residing in the United Kingdom. His work has been recognised through various awards and accolades, however, this is not something he generally leads with. Rather, his motivations stem from an ardent belief in the efforts of the working designer.
Starting his professional life as a printer, Alistair continued in this vocation while studying design at Auckland University of Technology. He has since moved into the field of graphic design, working across a range of outputs for various clients and organisations.
Alistair is both a founding member and current editor of Stemme; an annually published journal centred on design and collaboration.
Some of the fine folk Alistair had the pleasure of producing work alongside/for in recent times are:
Betty&Al | Designworks | Coffee Supreme | Industrial Athletic | CrossFit New Zealand | Studio Juice | Deloitte NZ | Firsthand Coffee | Nuzest | AS Colour | Edge Kingsland | Brooklyn Coffee | Hastings & Napier City Councils |
DIME Performance | Strength HQ | Olympic Weightlifting NZ | Mānuka Health | Black Robin |
Holistic Performance Nutrition | Remember New Zealand | NZ Weightlifting Academy | NZ Warbirds |
Swan Drums | Vodafone Music Awards | Jakob | Paper Cranes 折り鶴 | AUT University
Best Awards Gold (NZ) : Type As Monument
Best Awards Gold (NZ) : Kahu
Communication Arts Typography Annual : Kahu
Type Directors Club (USA) : Stemme—Issue One (Shared)
Best Awards Gold (NZ) : Monolith
Best Awards Gold (NZ) : Obelisk Typeface
Best Awards Silver (NZ) : Huia Typeface
Best Awards Finalist (NZ) : Stemme—Issue Two (Shared)
AGDA Distinction (AUS): Monolith
AGDA Distinction (AUS): Obelisk Typeface
AGDA Distinction (AUS) : Huia Typeface
Communication Arts Typography Annual : Monolith
Best Awards Silver (NZ) : Stemme—Issue One (Shared)
AGDA Distinction (AUS) : Stemme—Issue One (Shared)
Communication Arts Typography Annual : Stemme—Issue One (Shared)
For a current résumé or CV please feel free to get in touch. I'll reply as soon as possible.
The text throughout this website has been set in Le Monde Sans, by Jean François Porchez.