Mark El-khatib is a London-based designer running his collaborative studio developing publications, printed matter, websites, visual identities, exhibition and environmental graphics. He received his MA from the Royal College of Art in 2010 and was previously a partner at Sara De Bondt studio. Alongside his own practice, Mark was art director of Tate Etc. magazine (2011–16).
Recent commissions include a new visual identity, website, signage and supergraphics for MK Gallery; book design for Serpentine Galleries and Tate publishing; graphic design consultancy for David Kohn Architects; design and art direction for Dirty Furniture magazine; campaign, editorial and venue signage for Liverpool Biennial and exhibition graphics for the Wellcome Collection.