Erik Krim

Erik is a Senior Designer at Bruce Mau Design and began as an intern at BMD in 2006. During his time at BMD, Erik has developed environmental graphics for projects including the Massive Change exhibit, IAC, the Met Life Stadium, an exhibition for the King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy (KACARE) in Saudi Arabia, as well as the signage and way-finding system for ONroute service centres. Most recently, Erik lead the development of the brand identity system for Unilever and oversaw the extensive implementation of that system across Unilever’s global reach.

Erik has created new visual identities for ONroute, Mount Sinai Hospital, Shaw Green Edge, Coca-Cola Live Positively, TAS Design Build, along with designing for several books including Spectacle, The Third Teacher, and a book of quotes entitled The Secret to Making a Difference – which won a Applied Arts magazine design award. Additional work extends to projects including Sonos, ASU, and Finatrade.

Erik graduated with a degree (with honors) in Graphic Design from Seneca College and has a keen interest in photography.