5th Biennial of Slovene Visual Communications
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- 5th biennial of slovene visual communications
every dot has a meaning
- Every second year the Brumen Foundation has been organising the most prominent event in the field of graphic design in Slovenia, the Biennial of Slovene Visual Communications. The best designed works by Slovene graphic designers have been selected and put on display in the National Gallery of Slovenia along with the exhibition of works by members of the international jury.
Traditionally, the basic element of all Biennials' visual identities has been a dot, derived from the Brumen foundation logo. Five dots are arranged to form a check mark, a symbol for quality and accuracy.
- For this year's visual identity we set a goal – to give each dot a function by pointing out some important and thought-provoking facts that affect or are affected by graphic design, such as a high level of functional illiteracy among Slovenes or a very low amount of money they spend on books. Each dot represents one part of the whole.
Each of the selected statistics (more than 30) has been presented on every promotional material (posters, ads, invitations, leaflets, t-shirts etc.) as well as on introductory panels at the exhibition and category dividers in the exhibition catalogue.
- call for entries poster
- exhibition design
- catalogue of entries
- promotional materials