“We were commissioned by Munich Re to artdirect and manage the development of a new corporate typeface. Working closely with the type designers Kai Bernau and Christian Schwartz the sans serif Munich Re was created over a period of nearly one year. The resulting typeface includes eight weights and many technical features that help improve Munich Re’s diverse and often complex typographical applications. Our knowledge of the client’s requirements helped to develop a highly functional and on-brand typeface.”
You probably don’t remember this, but way back in December 2008 I did a post on Keller Maurer Design. As you can see from the image; that was their old website – a holding page which remained untouched for over a year. That is, until now.
Marcus (one of the founding partners) got in touch the other day with news that they had finally updated their site; to say you’re in for a treat would be an understatement!
I still have more hi-res images to feature on this site, so watch this space.
Thanks again to Marcus for being so amicable.
This post is tagged Communications, Keller Maurer Design, Typography