WhiteCrow
WhiteCrow is a Type Foundry and a Design Studio, based in Mumbai, India. Started by Sarang Kulkarni in the year 2005, the company has steadily found its niche in multi-lingual branding, type design and calligraphy.

A collective of type designers, the WhiteCrow team focuses on creating customized typefaces in all Indic scripts - Devnagari, Bengali, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Gurumukhi, Manipuri, Oriya and Urdu, along with Latin script.

Life OK
A Devanagari custom type designed for the new Hindi entertainment channel- Life OK. It consists of 3 weights and is hinted for television use.
Agency:
Venture Three, London
Painter Kafeel
Painter Kafeel is a digital typeface based on letter-forms which were originally handpainted by Kafeel.
In collaboration with
Hanif Kureshi,
www.handpaintedtype.com
Star Jalsha
Custom logo type and typeface in Bengali script for a regional TV channel- Star Jalsha. It consists of 3 weights and is hinted for television use.
Agency:
Venture Three, London
The Spa
Calligraphic logo design for the spa at The Leela, Bengaluru.
Agency:
Design Temple, Mumbai
Vodafone India.
Regional language logos, corresponding text type design as per the existing Latin type and 'power to you' taglines in 11 Indian languages.
Agency:
O & M, Mumbai
Informal Calligraphy
In Devanagari script by Sarang Kulkarni.
Ink on Paper.
Modak
Display Typeface in Devnagari script.
work in progress...
Logos for Frooti
Corresponding logos in Japanese, Cyrilic, Arabic & Nepali designed for the mango drink Frooti.
Agency: Creative Land Asia
Mumbai
Ethereal Designs
Identity design for Light Designers & Consultants.
Poonam Zaveri
Calligraphic logo design for jewelry designer Poonam Zaveri.
Malaney
Identity design for a multi-product, multi-service trading company.
Tripine Papers.
Catalogue / Swatch book designed for Tripine papers by Sona Commercial.
Virgin Mobile India
Corresponding display type design as per the existing Latin type in 8 Indian scripts.
Agency:
Bates 141, Mumbai
Cordenons and Aksharaya Collaborative Calendar
12 sets of customised numbers designed for the 2011 Calendar.
The Economist
6 sets of Latin characters were designed to resemble other scripts like Sinhala, Tibetan, Hebrew, Cyrillic, Chinese and Urdu for the Economist magazine's outdoor campaign.
Agency:
O & M, Mumbai