Shaping cultural and commercial ideas through graphic design
Kolofon is a Copenhagen-based graphic design studio specialising in branding, visual identity, print and publication design for cultural and commercial organisations throughout Europe. The studio works  closely with clients to develop work which is relevant, distinct and visually articulate.
Collaborating with artists, illustrators, photographers, programmers, curators and writers, the studio has created work for clients including Ane Lykke, British Council for Offices, Danish Design Makers, Emilia Therese Photography, Forlaget Etcetera, Institut Français, La Comédie de Clermont-Ferrand​​​​​​​, Orchestre de Paris, Palais de Tokyo, Penguin Random House and Théâtre de l’Arsenal amongst others.


Graeme Rodrigo is founder and design director of Kolofon. Following a career spanning a decade at agencies including Grey Advertising (Melbourne, Australia), Landor, The Team and 300million (London, UK) Graeme founded his own practice in London 2011 as Make Ready Studio. His work, characterised by a perceptive understanding and use of typography, has since been recognised by D&AD, Le Club des Directeurs Artistiques, British Book Design & Production Awards and featured in design journals including Eye and Monocle. He has given talks on typography and visual culture at the Copenhagen School of Design and Technology and designed a global best-seller for Penguin Random House about cooking with a hangover.