The Royal Carré Theatre in Amsterdam is the most well-known theater in The Netherlands. Paul van der Laan of Bold Monday created Oskar Carré Poster, a typeface designed to match the already existing logo.
In early 2010, Karacters Design Group of Vancouver rebranded SportBC, an organisation dedicated to to the promotion and participation of amateur sport in British Columbia.
In 2009, Jean François Porchez was approached by Reflex Image to create a set of typefaces to relaunch the Conqueror papers collection.
Ondrej Jób recently created EDP Preon, a custom typeface for Portugal’s largest energy company, Energias de Portugal.
Mathaf Arab Museum of Modern Art open in December 2010 in Doha, Qatar, the museum features contemporary Arab art and holds events that celebrate art by Arab artists. The identity design by the Wolff Olins features two custom typefaces.
Base was commissioned to create the communications for La Force de l’Art, an exhaustive exhibition of French contemporary art, in 2006. The event took place in Paris’s Grand Palais, which was undergoing renovations at the time. BaseLab took inspiration from the building renovations to create a vibrant and bright identity.
For a special feature in the June 2011 edition of Wallpaper* (entitled “Reborn In India”), Henrik Kubel of A2 Type collaborated with Geetika Alok to create A2 India and A2 India Solid, two related display types inspired by Indian artwork.
Belmondo (Italian for “beautiful world”), is a line of organic skin care products. Working closely with esthetician Daniela Belmondo, designer David Arias created a custom hand-rendered type treatment that is intended to reflect the hand-crafted nature of the products.
In 2001, Pentagram’s Michael Beirut commissioned New York-based studio Hoefler & Frere-Jones to create a custom typeface for the New York Jets. To create the new typeface, H&FJ extrapolated elements from the original 1960s logo. Nitro is a very bold, heavily slanted (28 degrees!), uppercase-only sans serif that conveys the speed, skill and determination of...
For a special issue of Wallpaper* magazine titled Born in Brazil, design studio Julia worked in close collaboration with Wallpaper’s design team to create Copan, an uppercase family whose geometric precision, fluid lines, and parallel strokes hinted at gestural strokes and flowed from thick to thin strokes.
Télérama is a French arts and culture magazine, several special issues are published every year, covering topics in the fields of cinema, television, music, books, and arts. For a special issue featuring the Dogon people, Benoît Santiard and Jean-Baptiste Levée designed Télérama Dogon, a custom display type for the headlines.