The iconic Bauhaus school never had its own corporate identity or logo since its founding 54 years ago. But this year, thanks to Studio L2M3‘s founder Sascha Lobe — who’s worked with the likes of adidas, Vitra, and Mercedes-Benz — Bauhaus finally gets its own font and design. With commission help from the Bauhaus-Archive Museum fur Gestaltung, Lobe and company created typography and posters that will represent the design powerhouse. The new font is called Bayer Next, an updated version of the Bayer font launched by Bauhaus in 1925. The text designs will also appear in museum catalogs, stationery, and Bauhaus’ website. Mies van der Rohe and Kandinsky would be proud.