General information

What is most memorable after traveling around your country or around the world? Of course, culture, the art of the people who live there. You can learn the most about a culture in the spacious halls of a museum.

What industries use?

The logo of a museum cannot be found in commercial booklets and at numerous business forums. It is the prerogative of tourist guides, guidebooks on the routes of travelers and guides for tourism in general. In addition, the administration of each museum also develops a personal sign, emphasizing its individuality.

How to choose the right elements?

Since the emblems should briefly tell about expositions, the most effective would be to embody the most valuable artifact that the cultural institution owns in the logo. If the storage is huge, and the building itself is already a monument of architecture, depict on its emblem, for example, Musée d'Orsay in Paris. You can experiment with the title, capital letters as did Louvre and the British Museum. If it is about science and technologies, it is possible to use abstract images which symbolize knowledge, as a sphere entangled in a network in a Miraikan in Tokyo.

How to choose the right colors?

Everything depends on the subject. If it is the museum of jewelry articles, you cannot avoid gold in the logo. For the Greek museum, marble white or Mediterranean colors would be suitable. For the temple of modern art - the richness of colors will not be too much.

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