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Sifang Art Museum designed by Foreign Policy

Logo for gallery and creative space Sifang Art Museum, designed by Foreign Policy

Sifang Art Museum is a gallery and creative space located in the Pukou region of Nanjing, China dedicated to art, architecture and international collaboration. Their visual identity, a bilingual logo-type set across a collateral of unusual trapezoidal cut detail and monochromatic colour palette—developed by Singapore-based creative and strategic design agency Foreign Policy—draws together the themes of architectural space, the dimensionality created by light and shadow, the meeting of ideas and the built environment.

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Hilea designed by Hyperlocaldesign

Logo for social and environmental art project developer Hilea created by Hyperlocaldesign

Hilea is a developer of social and environmental art projects and provides design consultation and training services to local artisans in rural Brazil with the objective of improving the quality of life of the ‘traditional population’. Hilea’s visual identity, created by Hyperlocaldesign, neatly resolves sustainability, economy and craft through a rich single colour pine green executed across a tactile uncoated substrate and the emboss of a tall but light H monogram that suggests structure and stability.

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City Gallery designed by Designworks

Logo for non-collecting exhibition-based public gallery City Gallery by Designworks

City Gallery is a non-collecting exhibition-based public gallery established in 1980, located on Wellington’s Civic Square and dedicated to contemporary visual arts, architecture and design. The gallery’s visual identity, created by Designworks, draws together the multifarious nature of its content through a simple bold logo-type and single image combination that replaces a previously eclectic and inconsistent solution with one easy to manage.

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