Pentagram designed this incredible space for Teach for America, a non-profit organization that recruits teachers for underserved communities throughout the United States.
Pentagram’s Michael Bierut and his team have designed the program of signage, wayfinding and environmental graphics for the school, which is the first high school in the KIPP NYC network of 11 public charter schools and serves over 900 students in grades 9 through 12.
When fans arrive at MetLife Stadium this Sunday for Super Bowl XLVIII, they’ll be greeted by a dramatic new entrance for Pepsi, one of the game’s major sponsors.
We are not sure of the year this project was created, but it’s definitely an addition to Pentagram’s list of incredible EGD projects.
Pentagram designed the brand identity, packaging and environmental graphics for the popular burger chain, Shake Shack.
I love this project designed by Pentagram with the direction of one of my favorite designers Paula Scher. This garage located in Midtown Manhattan answers the question that most shoppers fear: “Where the @#$%&! did we park the car?”. Clever and funny phrases bring a smile to anyone’s face, and
Nearly ten years ago, Pentagram was asked to contribute to a visionary effort by the wonderful (and design-conscious) Robin Hood Foundation: an initiative to build new school libraries in elementary schools throughout the five boroughs of New York City.
A creative company needs an innovative workspace. For Grey Group, one of the largest marketing communications companies in the world, a move to a new, state-of-the-art headquarters in the Flatiron District, a New York design center, symbolized a renewed commitment to creativity.
Harry Pearce’s team at Pentagram has designed the identity and environmental graphics for the recently refurbished Launchpad, an interactive gallery aimed at schoolchildren in the London Science Museum. Pearce has created a vibrant, colourful identity that reflects the spirit of fun inherent to Launchpad, where learning is presented through hands-on
With a little paint and some bold typography, a school designed to change the life of its students has undergone a transformation of its own. For the Achievement First Endeavor Middle School, a charter school for grades 5 through 8 in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, Paula Scher has created a program