Corpus | IT-school
Branding | Visual Identity 

Corpus is a new format of IT school.
It teaches programming, robotics, blockchain, computer technologies.

Сellular automata are known by every programmer.
It’s not just a graphic trick, it’s a widely used model – the very soul of programming.
And we didn’t just draw visual identity, but programmed it.

About cellular automation

The concept was originally discovered in the 1940s by Stanislaw Ulam and John von Neumann while they were contemporaries at Los Alamos National Laboratory. While studied by some throughout the 1950s and 1960s, it was not until the 1970s and Conway's Game of Life,
a two-dimensional cellular automaton, that interest in the subject expanded beyond academia. In the 1980s, Stephen Wolfram engaged
in a systematic study of one-dimensional cellular automata, or what he calls elementary cellular automata; his research assistant Matthew Cook showed that one of these rules is Turing-complete. Wolfram published A New Kind of Science in 2002, claiming that cellular automata have applications in many fields of science. These include computer processors and cryptography.

We create a program that transforms any text into a code.
The code switches the rules of the cellular automaton, creating unique patterns.


Creative direction: Andrey Gubaydullin 
Design-direction: Vladislav Derevyannikh
Maxim Geychenko
Design: Kirill Ratman, Alexey Klimov
Copywriting: Anton Rozhin, Dasha Ovechkina