Identity for East London Art Walk

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Here’s a good example of branding and the supporting visual design system.

The Beautiful Meme has created the identity for The Line – a new art walk in east London that links the 02 and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

The walk includes a series of sculptures by artists including Damien Hirst, Martin Creed, Gary Hume and Eduardo Paolozzi.

There are nine initial sculptures on The Line, which were chosen by a panel including artist Mark Wallinger, art critic Richard Cork and The Line co-founder Megan Piper.

the-line-websiteThe Line is set up as a community interest company – supported by fundraising – and has been co-founded by art dealer Piper and urban regeneration expert Clive Dutton.

The Beautiful Meme says the starting point for the identity was the idea of journeying through the landscape.

 

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One thought on “Identity for East London Art Walk

  1. Love the idea of using public art to create a walk and direct people through the city. The Kingston Biennial Sculpture Show is a good first step in perhaps developing such a concept for the city.

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