Radim Peško is a designer and typographer. In 2010, he established his RP Digital Type Foundry that specializes on typefaces that are both formally and conceptually distinctive.
He has created original typefaces for visual identities of museums such as Boijmans Museum in Rotterdam; Eastside Projects in Birmingham; Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam; Aspen Art Museum; Fridericianum in Kassel or Berlin Biennale 8 and companies such as Paco Rabanne, among others.
His other works include visual identities for Secession in Vienna, Krabbesholm Hojskole in Denmark or various exhibition projects in which the role of graphic design is examined, re-defined or called into question. In 2011, he became a chairman of International Biennial of Graphic design in Brno and co-curated two of its editions, 26th Brno Biennial 2014 and 27th Brno Biennial 2016.
Between 2006–2012 he taught at Gerrit Rietveld Academie Amsterdam. He is currently a visiting lecturer at Royal College of Art in London and at Master in Typedesign at ECAL in Lausanne. He lives and works in London.