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.
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,
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.
Venture Three, London
The Spa
Calligraphic logo design for the spa at The Leela, Bengaluru.
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.
O & M, Mumbai
Informal Calligraphy
In Devanagari script by Sarang Kulkarni.
Ink on Paper.
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
Ethereal Designs
Identity design for Light Designers & Consultants.
Poonam Zaveri
Calligraphic logo design for jewelry designer Poonam Zaveri.
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.
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.
O & M, Mumbai