Elliot Jay Stocks is a designer, speaker, and author. He is the Creative Director of Adobe Typekit, the founder of typography magazine 8 Faces, one half of Viewport Industries, and an electronic musician.

Profiled in Computer Arts Projects

Posted on 23 August 2011 5 comments

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Those nice folks at Computer Arts Projects have done a six-page profile piece on lil’ ol’ me!

I was interviewed over the phone by Abi Bliss and then visited in Mild Bunch HQ by photographer Amanda Thomas, who took a bunch of portraits in the studio, outside on Stokes Croft, and directly downstairs in Café Kino. She’s photographed Slash and is obviously a dab hand with shooting us curly types.

So, if you fancy reading about me nattering on about the relationship between web design and print design, head over to your local newsagent or bookshop and pick up issue #153 of Computer Arts Projects! If you’re outside of Europe, I think it’ll be available in all far-flung corners of the world in about a month.

Here are some photos I took of the magazine:

Photo of Computer Arts Projects #153

Photo of Computer Arts Projects #153

Photo of Computer Arts Projects #153

Photo of Computer Arts Projects #153

There are a few more on Flickr.


  1. Melanie


    23 August 2011 @ 01:23PM #

    Awesome sauce! _

  2. marc thiele

    marc thiele

    24 August 2011 @ 08:01AM #

    Hey, this looks really beautiful. Congrats. Always feels good to see yourself like this in a mag, right? But six pages is a lot. Keep the passion you have got for your work and me is still sad btw, that you are not coming over to Düsseldorf in November ;)

  3. Danny


    24 August 2011 @ 08:42AM #

    Congratulations. Six pages in a design magazine. My dream, your reallity.

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