|Kasper de Graaf|
|Occupation||Communications consultant, writer, editor and producer|
|Associated acts||Duran Duran|
Kasper de Graaf is a design and communications consultant, writer, editor and producer.
Kasper is a journalist by training, who edited New Sounds New Styles magazine, co-managed racing driver Damon Hill in Formula Ford and produced documentaries for Paul McCartney. He is a Partner in design and communications consultancy 53K LLP and has also written books about 1980s pop bands Culture Club and Duran Duran, including Duran Duran Unseen with co-author Malcolm Garrett and photographer Paul Edmond who both also worked for New Sounds New Styles.
Prior to joining 53K he produced award-winning environmental graphics and wayfinding projects at the Science Museum, Birmingham's Children Hospital, the UK Borders and in the city streets of London, Glasgow and Leeds. He is co-director of Informational City, trustee of the Little Foundation and board member of the information environments at the Univerrsoty of the Arts London.