• Graphic design
  • Yaroslavl city logo

    Overview   Process   Vector   Real Life  

    Task: to create a modern logo for Yaroslavl.

    Founded in the 11th century, Yaroslavl is one of the oldest and most beautiful Russian cities. Its historic center is located at the meeting point of two rivers—Volga and Kotorosl—and included in the UNESCO List of World Heritage Sites. The modern logo of the city is not meant to replace its traditional symbols (coat of arms, flag and mascot), but rather is designed to have its own applications.

    yaroslavl logo

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    Anatomy of the logo: Medvezhy Ugol (Bear Corner), near which the city was founded, an arrow signifying the merger of the two rivers, Я, the first letter of the Russian name of the city, as well as a Russian personal pronoun I

    Release date: December 26 2012

    Cast:

    artistic director
    Artemy Lebedev
    art director and designer
    Еrken Kagarov
    designer
    Evgeny Zorin
    illustrator
    Lizaveta Romantsova
    copywriter
    Aleksandr Shtefanets
    editor
    Katerina Andreeva
    project manager
    Natalya Moskaleva

    The studio would like to thank Andrey Toropov and Roman Fomichev for their assistance with the project

    Russian Я should be read as Y in the English version of the logo.

    yaroslavl logo versions
    Russian and English logos

    The logo contains numerous interactive possibilities: it can be effortlessly filled with any content without losing its stable and recognizable form.

    yaroslavl logo see you

    yaroslavl logo map

    yaroslavl logo dinner

    The logo is universal: it can be easily copied by hand and allows for any liberty in reproduction of color, shape and texture.

    yaroslavl logo love

    yaroslavl logo fence

    yaroslavl logo coffee

    yaroslavl logo ice

    yaroslavl logo textures

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