Alice Twemlow is a writer, critic and educator whose work focuses on graphic design.
Twemlow earned an MA in design history from a joint program of the Royal College of Art and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. She has been a guest critic at the Yale University School of Art, Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), and RISD. In 2006 the School of Visual Arts (SVA) in New York named Twemlow the chair of its new Master of Fine Arts in Design Criticism (D-Crit). According to her SVA biography: “Alice Twemlow writes for Eye, Design Issues, I.D., Print, New York magazine and The Architect’s Newspaper.”  Twemlow is also a contributor to the online publication: Voice: AIGA Journal of Design.
- 365: AIGA Year in Design 23, AIGA, 2003. (ISBN 978-1884081033)
- With Lucas Dietrich, StyleCity New York, Thames & Hudson, 2003. (ISBN 978-0500210079)
- What is Graphic Design For? (Essential Design Handbooks), RotoVision, 2006. (ISBN 978-2940361076)
- The Raw Materials of Fiction, Baseline 25, edited by Mike Daines & Hans Dieter Reichert, Bradbourne Publishing, 1998.
- Forensic Types, Eye, No. 54, Vol. 14 edited by John L. Walters, Haymarket, London, Winter 2004. 
- The Decriminalization of Ornament, Eye, No. 58, Vol. 15 edited by John L. Walters, Haymarket, London, Winter 2005. 
- Well Hung, Grafik Magazine, No. 126, February 2005. — An article on artist Ryan McGinness.
- No Muscles, No Tattoos, Eye, No. 61, Vol. 16 edited by John L. Walters, Haymarket, London, Autumn 2006. 
- Bio from the University of Minnesota's Design Institute
- SVA News: SVA announces Master of Fine Arts in Design Criticism
- The Dark Prince, an online article on Peter Saville by Alice Twemlow.