New Work: Serpentine

  • Hamlet Auyeung
  • Sam Rowe
  • Christian Carlsson
Last weekend saw the launch of The Serpentine Galleries with a new brand identity created by Marina Willer in collaboration with Brian Boylan. The Serpentine Galleries now include the new Serpentine Sackler Gallery, designed by Zaha Hadid, which opened on Saturday.

Brian Boylan developed the strategy to create a united brand for The Galleries, positioning Serpentine as an open landscape for arts and culture. The Galleries invite artists and audiences to explore, opening the idea of art and the many experiences it promotes.

The team created the graphic language, imagery, colour palette and all other brand elements. Pentagram’s Daniel Weil worked with Willer to create the signage system and for the Galleries both externally and internally. Willer’s team also designed the identity for “The Magazine” restaurant designed by Zaha Hadid. The identity is separate from Serpentine’s but connected to it.

The new brand is an important step for the Serpentine Galleries, helping them to reaffirm their position as one of the most significant platforms for arts and culture in the world today.

Pentagram team: Marina Willer, partner and designer; Daniel Weil, partner and designer; Ian Osborne, Ben Dolphin, Hamlet Auyeung, Hiromi Suzuki, Jack Gilbey, designers; Jessica Samuel, project manager; Christian Carlsson and Hudson Powell, animation; Alex Canonico, sound track.

In collaboration with: Brian Boylan, strategist, Chairman of Wolff Olins

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10/01/2013 | Permalink