Museums Association Unveils New Logo and Identity by Studio Output

Studio Output has created the new logo and identity design for the Museums Association (MA), a not-for-profit membership organisation that represents over 10,000 individuals, museums, and commercial companies that work in the museum, gallery, and heritage sector in the UK. Taking a digital-first approach, the refreshed identity centres around a new website that is claimed […]
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Online Art Gallery ‘Charles Rose’ to Launch with Branding by Offthetopofmyhead

Offthetopofmyhead has created the new logo and identity for Charles Rose, an international online gallery specialising in the sale of limited-edition contemporary fine art prints. The gallery, which is set to launch later on this year, is aiming to “have the atmosphere of an exclusive, private members club to appeal to high net worth individuals”. […]
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SomeOne Brands ‘The Work’ for Cannes Lions

SomeOne has created the branding and identity for The Work, a new online repository showcasing all of the winners of the Cannes Lions — the world-famous advertising festival held each year in the south of France. The newly-launched archive, which is claimed to have already ratcheted up 75,000 trial sign-ups, not only logs each and every individual winner, […]
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New York’s Cooper Hewitt Unveils New Identity by Pentagram

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum has revealed a new name and graphic identity, custom typeface and website to accompany the expansion of the museum, which will open to the public in November this year. Designed by Pentagram’s Eddie Opara, the identity aims to establish a flexible branding system for the museum built around a new […]
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The Private Space Identity

The Private Space is an art gallery situated in Barcelona. As well as exhibition space, the popular meeting point for art and design aficionados includes a coffee shop and a digital printing facility. The identity, created by Spanish design agency Lo Siento, is based upon the idea of “space”, creating an abstract form through the […]
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