Set to open in June of 2013 in the rising city of Nanjing (pop. 6.5 million) in China, the Sifang Art Museum will be a 30,000-square-foot space devoted to contemporary design and architecture. Designed by Steven Holl, the museum is part of the Contemporary International Practical Exhibition of Architecture, a privately financed project that will also include a convention center and 20 villas each with a unique design by architects like Ai Weiwei and David Adjaye. The new identity of the museum has been designed by Singapore-based Foreign Policy Design Group.
Launched in 1979 and owned by Univision, Galavisión is the leading Spanish language cable network in the United States and is described as “the direct, sexy, funny and alternative cable network that brings the best of modern Mexico to U.S. Hispanics.” The channel’s programming is a mix of comedy, lifestyle, documentary, “supernatural-themed programs”, and, of course, telenovelas, drawing much of its content from the Mexican TV superpower, Televisa. Earlier this month, Galavisión introduced a new logo designed by New York, NY-based PMcD Design.
Established in 1957, Móra Publishing is one of the largest publishers in Hungary, specializing in both classic and contemporary children and youth books by Hungarian and international authors. For many generations of kids, Móra books have been part of their upbringing. Without a traditional logo, Móra has simply been typesetting the company name in the same title typeface as whichever book or series its on. Budapest-based Made by Zwoelf has just finished a new identity for the publisher and a logo that will be emblazoned on 76,000 book covers yearly.