How Art Gallery Logos And Rebranding Can Help Your Brand Identity

art gallery logos

We take great pride in our Logo designers, our professional graphic designers have developed a long list of clients including some of the most famous museums and galleries in the world. Our logo designers are continuously invited to exhibit at exhibitions and trade shows internationally.

Our art gallery designers have created art gallery logos for companies as varied as the artists that create them. Whether creating a logo for a children’s greeting card company or a corporation involved with advertising, our logo designers can create art gallery logos that represent your company’s unique vision. They can be used on business cards, websites, brochures, corporate stationary, promotional materials, on the envelopes that carry your company’s logo, printed mugs, pens, calendars, mouse pads, lanyards, and even t-shirts. In fact, we can design your entire brand identity on your own logo. Simply contact us and we’ll work with you to design an effective art gallery logo that works for you.

Use A Logo From A Source

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When designing art gallery logos, our artists use several approaches. One way is to use a logo from a source that is not related to your company. Another approach is to incorporate your company’s name into the artwork – sometimes this is done without substituting the artist’s name. We also will discuss the placement of your art gallery logos within your brand identity.

The placement of the logo is a primary consideration when creating art gallery logos. If your logo contains text, it is important that it appears at the right size in proportion to the artwork. For example, if you are creating a logo that is used on a poster, it is important that the font style, typeface, and color are appropriate to your brand as well as the context in which the poster is displayed. This includes placement of your logo within the text, whether inside or outside the graphic, and whether the text is placed below, above, or at the side of the graphic.

A Sans-Serif Typeface

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As discussed previously, one way to create art gallery logos that works effectively is to include your brand as part of the artwork itself. Many designers place the logo on an upper portion of the poster, using a sans-serif typeface. Typically, sans-serif typeface looks best with monospaced typefaces, which include only four or five horizontal lines.

For other types of artwork, including booklets, posters, or cards, it often benefits to place a script font on top of the artwork. Some designers choose to place the logo on the front cover, while others prefer the script fonts appear below. The choice is up to you but remember that it is easier to read the script fonts on the back of a card than it is on the front cover.

Choosing Museum-Specific Images

Another way to make your art gallery logos more effective is by choosing museum-specific images. Some museums limit the selection of pre-printed logo designs, so it may not be possible for you to incorporate a company’s name or logo into the background of a particular work. 

In this case, it might be more beneficial for you to browse through some premade museum logos or art galleries that are posted online. These logos may be of interest to you, and they may already contain a company logo or message.


Museum-specific art gallery logos and branding campaigns can also benefit from the use of a unique call to action font. Some designers place their company name or logo in a bold font above the typeface, which creates a call-to-action (CTA) for readers to take an action. Other designers place the logo in a different color than the background of the artwork, which creates a relaxing, friendly feel. There are many different fonts and call-to-actions available, so consider all of your options before making any final decisions.

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