Gyeongnam Art Museum
The mascot, an important element of the Gyeongnam Provincial Museum of Art, is the representative symbol, which is key of all kinds of visual communication, showing the image of the Gyeongnam Provincial Museum of Art in Korea and abroad.
The shape and colors of the mascot shall not be randomly changed for the consistency of the image. One shall be very careful to accurately express the mascot in accordance with the application requirements described in these regulations.
The ‘Dance of Wind’, the work created by the artist Leonard Urso, in the Gyeongnam Sculpture Symposium as the Sculpture Park Project of the Gyeongnam Provincial Museum of Art in 2003, was designated as the mascot, thus making the citizens feel friendly toward the Gyeongnam Provincial Museum of Art.
The program character was developed to become closer to the public with a friendly image, maximizing the educational function of the Gyeongnam Provincial Museum of Art.
The logotype of the program character mixes Korean and English. Korean or English logotypes can be independently used, depending on the characteristics of the application subjects.
When using the logotype for educational programs for children, the logotype in CD-ROM shall be reduced or enlarged depending on the application.