Bulgarian brand archive, by ABVA
A self-funded undertaking, the staff behind ABVA “paperwork, shops, research, and popularises examples of various visible arts from Bulgaria.” The gathering of Bulgarian logos was significantly fascinating, with some beautiful examples of unpolluted, minimal, distinctive symbols.
“We wish to describe that elusive each day aesthetic presence within the lifetime of earlier generations. Usually ignored, forgotten, or principally unknown, it’s to an ideal diploma an instance of the tradition of a nation.”
Favourites from the gathering are this design for Zagore Vermicelli & Pasta Manufacturing facility, by Lyuben Orozov in 1958.
And this for the Bulgarian Air Transport Floor Service, by Anton Mechkuev in 1968.
The featured logos date from the Twenties to Nineteen Seventies, by designers comparable to Dimitar Petev, Kancho Kanev, Vasil Dokev, Lyuben Orozov, and Yanko Krastev. Different Bulgarian designers embrace Vasil Petleshkov, recognized for his modernist method to design, Nikola Petrov, recognized for his iconic logos and posters, lots of which have develop into symbols of Bulgarian cultural heritage, and Svilen Petrov, recognized for his use of daring colors, easy shapes, and cultural references.
In addition to logos, the ABVA assortment consists of examples of classic Bulgarian typography, postcards, maps, brochures, vinyl covers, flyers, drawings, e book covers, and extra. Positively value a glance. https://archive.abva.bg/en
By way of LogoArchive.
For extra basic Bulgarian logos, right here’s the beforehand featured Stefan Kanchev (1915–2001), who, in 1971, was honoured by the Bulgarian state with the title of “nationwide artist.”