New Logo and Identity for National Art Museum of Ukraine by banda
underconsideration.com - 02-12
Established in 1899 (originally as Kiev City Museum of Antiques and Art), the National Art Museum of Ukraine (NAMU) is, as its name implies, dedicated to collecting and showcasing Ukrainian art. Its history, ownership, and focus has changed over time, much of it hand in hand with the two World Wars and ultimately blossoming after the country’s independence in 1991 and adopting its current name in 1994. The museum counts with more than 40,000 items that span Ukrainian painting, sculpture, graphics, and prints dating back to the twelfth century. Last year, NAMU introduced a new identity designed by Kiev, Ukraine-based banda.