Emilia Coranty is a school whose name is given by the first woman enrolled at Llotja, an art school in Barcelona. It is located in Poblenou, a postindustrial neighborhood that is constantly evolving. For that reason, its visual language aims to transmit values of transformation and creation.
The concept of the branding is "the transformation of the expression" through the figure of the stencil. It is an expression technique of more than 66,000 years, which reached its peak in the 60s, giving rise to street art. It was also used to create images for a child audiences, and it is a key element for transmitting innovation and reinvention. Therefore, it helps to express the values of the school. In addition, all the visual language of the school has been developed through the basic shapes of the typography, using different colors and adapting to the different courses.
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