Rebrand of Brooklyn Children's Museum in Brooklyn, New York. The museum itself stands out among various brick buildings by bringing a burst of energy that automatically draws the attention of anyone walking by. I wanted to show this through my design.
 
I strove to design an aesthetically sophisticated mark and identity system without removing the essence of play and fun from it. Its major audience is children but I wanted to attract parents as well through the stark contrasts between the trustworthy and unmoving "K" and the addition of a dynamic element that really gives the viewer the notion of play.
 
The logo itself is designed to juxtapose the architectural "K" with the addition of the spherical "ball", symbolizing a space for fun in a non-stop busy city environment. Each element is carefully thought out with the use of grid structures. The colour palette consists of the most animated colours that children adore.
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Stationery, merchandise, museum tickets, website, phone application and a video advert.
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Kids Museum
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Kids Museum

This project is a thorough investigation about brand and identity design for Richard Rose's Brand Identity Design class. It is inspired by Brookl Read More
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