Identity and Branding Design for ‘Museo del Cine’

Established in October 1971, the Museo del Cine carries the name of Pablo Cristian Ducrós Hicken in tribute to the man whose collection of cinematographic equipment gave rise to the museum. As well as housing a specialised book and film library, the museum is actively engaged in the restoration of film and the exhibition of […]
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Logo and Print Design for ‘Paper Magazine’

Paper represents a proposal for a new print magazine aimed at origami practitioners and paper arts enthusiasts, with the publication’s goal being to promote and spread knowledge about the art of paper folding. The imaginary magazine publication has been conceived and designed as a conceptual academic project by student Tan Ming Li, who is currently […]
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Logo Design for Art Courier, ‘ARTRANS’

Taiwanese company ARTRANS provides delivery services for art products such as paintings and sculptures. When designing the business logo, Taipei-based creative agency Proad Identity wanted to stress dependability and to create an artistic tone. The designers took the letter “A” of the brand name as their starting point. Derived from the abstract art of Picasso, […]
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Logo Design for ‘Teatr Dramatyczny’

Teatr Dramatyczny or, to give it its full name, the Aleksander Węgierko Drama Theatre, was founded way back in 1938 in the Polish city of Bialystok. The theatre, which claims to be the only one of its kind in the entire Podlaskie Voivodeship region of Poland, continues to function as an active live performance venue […]
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Identity Design for Brazilian Art Fair, ‘ArtRio’

ArtRio started in 2011, aiming to be the best and largest art fair in Latin America. The strategy was to develop an identity that conveyed a carioca flair and the event’s international scale. The inspiration was the Portuguese stone sidewalks, Rio de Janeiro’s icon. Two styles of custom designed type create the brand’s contrasting combinations: […]
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Identity Design for Korea’s National Art Museum

The corporate identity for South Korea’s National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art aims to simplify communication. To achieve this, the full name was abbreviated with the majuscules “MMCA”. A wide colour spectrum in combination with an adaptable image language allows it to ’emotionally’ appeal to the target group. In visual aspects, the logo tries […]
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Branding Design for ‘Museo Ettore Fico’

Piedmontese artist Ettore Fico (1917-2004) started his studies at the studio of Italian painter Luigi Serralunga (1880-1940) alongside and with Filippo Sartorio, Mattia Moreni and Piero Martina, and later attended the Accademia Albertina in Turin. In 2007, Ettore’s wife, Ines Sacco Fico, established the Museo Ettore Fico in order to promote and disseminate the late […]
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