MIT Media Lab: Identity

Shape shifting

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MIT Medialab's new visual identity is based on an algorithm that produces a unique logo for each person, including faculty, staff and students. Each person can claim and own an individual shape, based on the three geometric shapes in the design used, and can use it on their business card and personal website. They can also create animations for any video content the Lab produces, using custom software.

The identity is aimed at highlighting the spirit of collaboration the Lab represents, as it celebrates its 25th anniversary with a new building.

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Date
Mar 09, 2011
Agency:
TheGreenEyl
Client:
MIT Media Lab
Creative Direction and Design:
E Roon Kang
Creative Direction and Design:
Richard The
Programming/Design:
Willy Sengewald
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