Corporate Design

CORPORATE DESIGN | 12 NOVEMBER 2021

Corridor by Tim Ripper for the MIT Alumni association

Serendipity sometimes plays a crucial role in bringing together designer and client, providing the impetus to complete unfinished sketches. Such was the case with Corridor, a custom typeface drawn by Tim Ripper for a new rebrand of the MIT Alumni Association by Michael Bierut’s team at Pentagram.
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CORPORATE DESIGN | 17 DECEMBER 2020

Means, a new serif typeface for Mailchimp

Means is a versatile serif family drawn for Mailchimp, used as the primary typeface in the latest iteration of their identity. Referencing the work of Oswald Cooper, designer Greg Gazdowicz toned down many of the retro elements while retaining the friendliness that is elemental to the Mailchimp brand. Used across display and text, from mobile to billboards, Means presents Mailchimp, grown up.
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CORPORATE DESIGN | 18 SEPTEMBER 2019

Custom typeface by Tim Ripper for REI Co-op

Tim Ripper has drawn a new serif text and display family called REI Stuart for the latest evolution of the REI Co-op identity. The family is based loosely on the Plantin model, with a soft finish reminiscent of the routed lettering on National Parks Service signs.
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CORPORATE DESIGN | 1 OCTOBER 2009

A new corporate typeface for Munich Re by Kai Bernau, Susana Carvalho, and Christian Schwartz

Commercial Type, in collaboration with Susana Carvalho and Kai Bernau at Atelier Carvalho Bernau, have designed a new corporate typeface for German reinsurance giants Munich Re.
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