“Russkaya Mednaya Kompaniya (RMK for short and Russian Copper Company in English) was founded in 2004. It ranks third in cathode copper production and second in copper wire rod production in Russia. Currently, it accounts for 16% of Russia’s total copper production and about 1% of the world copper production. Since it was founded Russkaya Mednaya Kompaniya has established ten operating mining and metallurgical enterprises, including ones built from scratch due to RMK investment. […] RMK has operations in Russia (Sverdlovsk, Chelyabinsk, Orenburg, Novgorod, and Amur regions and Altai territory) and the Kazakhstan republic (Aktyubinsk region).”
Landor (Moscow and Hamburg offices)
RCC's kaleidoscopic identity, focused on a central white triangle, represents the company's concentration on smart mining. The color palette combines the red, white, and blue of the Russian flag with hues of copper. The visual system was applied to marketing materials, stationery, and promotional items.
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I like this. It looks corporate. It looks serious. It looks Russian. But it also has just enough creative stimulus to make it memorable. The typography in the wordmark has a tough, industrial build that is quite nice too.