Malcolm Garrett (born 1956) is a British graphic designer, who has worked for music artists such as Buzzcocks, Magazine, Duran Duran, Simple Minds, and Peter Gabriel. He was an early convert to exploring the opportunities and challenges of design with digital technology, and his London studio was the first amongst its peers to go totally digital in 1990.
In November 2013, he was elected as the Master of the Faculty of Royal Designers for Industry (RDI), previously to this in the year 2000, he was the first Royal Designer for Industry (RDI) in the field of interactive media. He is a Fellow of the International Society of Typographic Designers (ISTD), and a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a Visiting Professor at the University of the Arts London and holds honorary Doctorates of Design from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, and University of the Arts London.
In 1998 he received a Prince Philip Designers Prize nomination in recognition of his achievements in design for business and society. In 2003 he was named by Design Week as one of the “Hot 50 people making a difference in design” for his work as design ambassador. Garrett continues his design practice as Creative Director of IMAGES&Co based in London, and heads a team which develops leading-edge communications in lifestyle, culture, manufacturing, healthcare and education, through a connected approach to design and technology.