Dutch Government Gets a Branding Makeover

Dutch Government Gets a Branding Makeover
Dan Gould
  • 1 december 2008

The Dutch government has recently streamlined its visual identity. A new set of fonts named Rijksoverheid Serif / Sans was created to be used in all government communications and a single logo was developed to represent the government brand across the board. These branding renovations were masterminded by Peter Verheul and studio Dumbar.

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