Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Research and Professor of Design, Prof Brown retired in 2016 having worked at the university for over thirty years.
Alan Davie CBE was a painter, poet, jazz musician and jewellery designer. He worked as visitng professor of painting at Brighton for over 25 years.
Alan Baker studied Graphic Design and Illustration from 1973-76. He also taught on the Narrative illustration MA course in its early days.
Barry Barker worked within the contemporary visual arts as a curator, predominately working directly with visual artists.
Designer Kyle Bean graduated from the University of Brighton Faculty of Arts with a first class BA(Hons) Illustration degree in 2009.
Ian Beck is well known for his cover of Elton John's Goodbye Yellow Brick Road album, as well as a writer and illustrator of childrens' books.
Bellany at University of Brighton, College of Arts and Humanities
Head of Graphic Design at Brighton from 1951 to 1974, John Biggs was an educator and prolific illustrator and author.
Oil painter and watercolourist, Bond was Head Master of Brighton School of Art from 1905 until his sudden death in 1918.
A teacher at Brighton in the 1960s, Briggs is famous for books, political satire and iconic work such as the Snowman and When the Wind Blows.
Helen Chadwick studied on the sculpture course at Brighton Polytechnic from 1973 to 1976 and became an internationally renowned installation artist.
The artist and teacher David Chapman played an important role in the development of several aspects of the Brighton School of Art.
Artist and illustrator Leslie Cole taught at Brighton from 1946 until 1976.
Lucy Cousins is one of the world's best-known author-illustrators, receiving global success for her books and characters, most notably Maisy Mouse.
Keith Coventry studied Fine Art in Brighton from 1978 to 1981 before gaining widespread success after support from Charles Saatchi.
Addison Cresswell was a highly successful comedy agent.
Artist and writer Mikey Cuddihy uses autobiographical references to create biro drawings, collage and paper cut-out.
Printmaker Harvey Daniels was a founder member of the Printmakers Council and fellow of the Royal Society of Painters and Printmakers.
Graphic Design BA(Hons) graduate Matt Dent won a Royal Mint competition to design new British coinage.
Artist and curator Sally Doust was founding designer of alternative woman’s magazine "Spare Rib" in 1971.
Polly Dunbar graduated from the University of Brighton Faculty of Arts with a Illustration BA(Hons) in 1999.
Working in digital media, Jane Finis played a key role in helping to establish Brighton as a creative media city.
A well-known poster designer, illustrator and muralist, (Alfred) Clive Gardiner taught at Brighton after the First World War.
Louise Giblin graduated with a Fine Art Sculpture BA(Hons) and specialises in creating body cast sculptures.
Louis Ginnett (1875-1946) taught at Brighton School of Art and was a painter primarily of portraits and interiors.
Typographer and graphic designer Bob Gordon was a major part of the graphic design team at Brighton
Turner Prize-winner Antony Gormley's best known works include the Angel of the North, a public sculpture in Gateshead.
Gould and Dungey at University of Brighton, College of Arts and Humanities
Children's author and illustrator Emily Gravett won the prestigous Kate Greenaway Medal.
Jenni Grey is an internationally acclaimed bookbinder working with materials such as wood and metal, and techniques such as embroidery.
Sculptor Tom Grimsey worked to integrate large-scale art projects into the fabric of urban regeneration.
Beginning with Hipgnosis and iconic album covers George Hardie became a Professor at the University of Brighton, and Royal Designer for Industry.
Artist and honorary Fellow of the University of Brighton, Professor Henderson was a student of Brighton School of Art.
Frederick Charles Herrick was a leading graphic artist following the First World, and taught at Brighton for many decades.
3D design tutor Sean Hetterley, was warmly remembered by colleagues for his murals at the annual Pottery Party.
Painter, art teacher and elder brother of Ronald Horton studied at Brighton School of Art on a scholarship between 1912 and 1916.
Ronald Horton was an artist, collector and highly successful Head of the Art Teacher Training Department at Brighton College of Art from 1944 to 1966.
Internationally celebrated for his paintings, Professor Jackowski explores images of dispossession, loss and identity.
Hywel James was a fine art student at Brighton College of Art between 1962 and 1967
Book illustrator, painter and sculptor Juliet Kepes studied at Brighton School in the later 1930s.
A highly respected topographical landscape painter, Charles Knight was an important figure in Brighton School of Art over many decades
Eiichi Kono's internationally renowned graphic design work has included consultancies for The Economist, Monotype, Microsoft and Montblanc.
Artist Alison Lapper studied at Brighton and was invited to become a member of the Mouth and Foot Painting Artists (MFPA) at the age of sixteen.
Illustrator and engraver Lawrence works with many different media particularly in the illustration of children's books.
A portrait painter in the neo-Romantic style, Gerald Mackenzie Leet's work includes his poster designs for London events.
Born in 1883, Leigh was a graduate of the old Brighton Grammar School and Brighton School of Art. Leigh made a career in painting and illustration.
As a leading illustrator, wood engraver, painter and designer for posters, ceramics and glass, Clare Leighton enjoyed a distinguished career
Having a long association with Brighton, artist and illustrator John Vernon Lord was appointed Professor of Illustration in 1986
Kate graduated in 1985 in Graphic Design and Illustration BA(Hons).
Neiland at University of Brighton, College of Arts and Humanities
Artist Robin Plummer was Dean of Faculty in Brighton from 1975 to 1989, responsible for the new polytechnic structure and the Grand Parade site.
Ian Potts was a highly successful painter and educator, leading the painting department at the Brighton College of Art.
Illustrator Andrew Restall was head of Visual Communication at Brighton and Research Fellow in Stamp Design at the Royal College of Art.
Richardson has worked as a freelance illustrator across a wide variety range of applications, including book illustration and editorial commissions.
Typographer Tom Sawyer is a historian and practicing graphic designer
Scarfe was a member of the Society of Mural Painters and a Fellow of the Society of Industrial Artist and Designers.
Intervention artist and critic Peter Seddon's research work is informed by historiography, crossing genres with complex historical referencing.
Chris Shaw Hughes studied at the Faculty of Arts, graduating with a first class Critical Fine Art Practice BA(Hons) in 2008 a MA Fine Art in 2010.
Realist painter Sylvia Sleigh was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award by Women’s Caucus for Art shortly before her death in 2010.
After the First World War, Alan Sorrell worked in a variety of artistic disciplines from large scale murals to book illustrations.
Alice Stevenson graduated in Graphic Design in 2005 and now works as a freelance illustrator, surface pattern designer and artist.
Born in Cologne in 1910, Strausfeld was primarily a woodcut and linocut artist.
Justin Todd was tutor in illustration at Brighton College of Art in the 1960s. His work has included historical and book illustration.
Professor Michael Tucker taught at the Faculty of Arts, and curated exhibitions at the University of Brighton Gallery from the mid-1980s to 2012.
A Turner Prize-winning artist, Keith Tyson works in a wide range of media, including painting, drawing and installation.
Artist curator Michelle Walker combines work as a freelance art editor for Dorling Kindersley Publishers, London with her textile practice.
Cliff Wright is well known for his illustrations of J K Rowling's Harry Potter books.