A dialogue between creator and public
The Cultural Center of the University of Sherbrooke has the Maurice O’Bready Hall, the fourth largest theater in Quebec, Canada. After several years with the same visual identity, their team has mandated us to review the full brand platform. This large-scale project aimed at redefining the brand, evolving and having a unique personality.
To take the Cultural Center to continue its mission, we have developed a new tailored brand identity. The main guideline of this identity is the game that represents the dialogue between creator and audience. As an evolution of the old logo, a graphic system based on a typographic game has been developed. The mix of the two typographies evokes a mix between more bold and colorful works with creations that are rather poetic and with attention to detail. The curved line symbolizes the connection that the cultural center realizes as a performance hall between artists and the public. In communications, this visual identity is rich in meaning and is easily declinable.
- Agency/Creative: Studio Miles
- Article Title: New Branding for the Cultural Center of the University of Sherbrooke
- Organisation/Entity: Agency, Published Commercial Design
- Project Type: Identity
- Agency/Creative Country: Canada
- Market Region: North America
- Project Deliverables: Brand Guidelines, Brand Identity, Brand Strategy, Branding, Graphic Design, Identity System, Rebranding
- Industry: Entertainment
- Keywords: brand guide, show, theatre, brand identity, visual identity, graphic line, brochure