Adrian Fisher

Adrian Fisher (born 5 August 1951) is a well-known maze and puzzle designer, responsible for more than 500 mazes in 30 countries.

Fisher also designs puzzles for British newspapers and the World Puzzle Championships. The Guardian newspaper named him as one of Britain's top 50 designers. Fisher wrote the "Stamford 3000" report about the future development of Stamford, Lincolnshire. Fisher and his wife Marie are Directors of Adrian Fisher Design Ltd. In 2009, Fisher celebrated his Pearl Jubilee for 30 years of Maze Design, 1979 - 2009.

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