Chris Twigg

I’ve been at Lincoln since 2007 and I’m programme leader for MA Graphic Design, where I look after the daily management of the programme. Between 2010-2013 I was Programme Leader for BA (Hons) Graphic Design.

My broad interest is visual communication affecting human behaviour. My practice and research area is storytelling and data visualisation.


Part of a series of information display panels created for the launch of the Bomber Command Memorial, London, exhibited at the House of Commons 

Before teaching I worked as a junior and senior graphic designer on communications and promotional material design for blue chip companies, charities and public sector organisations. Aside from all this I’m generally quite a creatively driven fellow, I’ve worked as a graphic artist on publicly funded community consultation projects, I’ve exhibited photographs and illustrations and I’m currently studying for a PhD.


Monumental Language, a series of epigraphs relating to news media, language and power. Exhibited at the Lincoln Frequency Festival


Feel the Feeling, one of a series of billboards for a community intervention project, exhibited in Stoke on Trent

Pioneers, book production for an arts and educational charity

Space Between Us, at the Erasure exhibition, Stoke City Gallery



Stories through data