Bristol-based Qube Design has created the identity for the Bristol Festival of Ideas, an event taking place next month to encourage debate on arts management and cultural planning.
The festival, the first of its kind, will run for a week, starting on 16 May. It includes a series of debates covering topics such as: promoting happiness in life and work, building economies and Darwinism. Speakers include author Nick Hornby and poet Roger McGough.
Qube was appointed to the project last month. The identity will run across all literature, posters and programmes.
The group is also designing a microsite for the festival.
The event is part of the Creative Bristol initiative which is run by the Bristol Cultural Development Partnership.
‘We want to challenge, provoke and learn and we do so by bringing some of the best writers, artists, scientists and thinkers to Bristol to debate with the best we have here,’ says Andrew Kelly, director of the festival.