Taras Shevchenko park is a small and cozy location in the center of Kiev. It opened in 1890 opposite the National University of Kiev’s Red Building. Today, the park is a fine example of park art, housing many concerts, holidays and festivals. A logo featuring the famous symbol of the city—the Shevchenko monument among trees in front of the University—was created at the studio.
Individual elements of the logo can be used in poster and banner decoration.
A winter version of the logo was created for use during Christmas and New Year celebrations.
Branded stickers and graffiti can transform any city object, turning lamp posts, trash cans and bus stops into elements of park design.
Rules for the use of the logo and graphic elements are given in the guide.
Street food can be easily branded.
Watercolor illustrations look great on any object.