Austin Gray is the owner and operator of Entire World, a Nashville-based design shop that specializes in visual identity. He has created distinct brand aesthetics for restaurants, arts organizations, law firms, software companies, and investment firms. Some of his work has appeared in the Print Magazine Regional Design Annual and in Logo Lounge.
Austin is a native of Salina, Kansas and has lived in Nashville, Tennessee since 2004. He attended the esteemed graphic design program at Fort Hays State University and graduated cum laude in 2003. He then headed to Nashville for an internship at the legendary Hatch Show Print, where he met his now-wife, Delaney. He worked at Delevante Creative for 8 years and started Entire World in the fall of 2013. He has designed logos and other materials for such Nashville institutions as The Belcourt Theatre, Bongo Java, Lockeland Table, The Band Box at First Tennessee Park, and The Mercy Lounge.
Austin and Delaney married in 2010 and are the proud parents of six pets. It is reportedly chaos. They do not recommend having six pets. He likes sports (particularly University of Kansas basketball and Manchester City Football Club) and sports uniforms (particularly the brown-and-yellow Padres uniforms of the late '60s). He has nearly 200 soccer jerseys, he takes off work for the first two days of March Madness, and he's a two-time fantasy football champion. He enjoys sazeracs, speaking Spanish and listening to This American Life.