The Outer Space Branding Agency Rebrands

In 2016, the idea of Cosma Schema ignited. Two years later and we’re helping some of the world’s most daring, visionary New Space entrepreneurs communicate their visions across the globe.

From electric aerospace startups, to in-space transportation companies, to decades old UN-founded space organizations, to keeping Carl Sagan’s dreams alive, we’ve touched parts of space we’ve dreamed of since we were little.

We now have front row seats to the New Space renaissance, and it’s exhilarating. But when we look at the state of design and communication in the space industry, we don’t see the same renaissance. We see insular, old guard disregard. Ever since the Starfleet Insignia’s first appearance it seems, space companies have collectively clung to technical jargon written in futuristic-looking extended fonts laced with apogees and swooshes of blue and black.

In order for people to envision their future in space or put their dollars there, the industry must shed its outdated uniform.

But what does that look like? How can we, as industry brand leaders, embody that progress? And so, for the past few months we’ve been working on our own rebrand. Yep, the outer space branding agency is rebranding.

We looked back a few decades to a time when the average person was truly excited about space. We looked forward to the burgeoning space culture of the future. And from that amalgam, our rebrand emerged.

We’ll preview our rebrand at Disrupt Space 2018 in Ibiza and fully unveil it at IAC 2018 in Bremen.

This exciting new identity underscores our existential commitment to bringing warmth, uniqueness and open curiosity to the visual and verbal language of space brand communication.

Proving that you don’t need vast, black starry website backgrounds or a pitch deck written by Data to show that you’re serious about moving humanity closer to the cosmos.

Thanks for joining us as we strive to create greater understanding, accessibility and excitement about outer space through beautiful design and simple communication.