Visual Identity Design for Joyce Tower Museum
Dear Creative Agencies and Design Professionals,
The Joyce Tower Museum, a cultural landmark celebrating the life and works of James Joyce, invites submissions for the creation of its visual identity. This opportunity calls for innovative, imaginative, and skilled design expertise to capture the essence of Joyce’s legacy and the spirit of this iconic museum.
The Joyce Tower Museum, located in the Sandycove Martello Tower, stands as a tribute to one of the most influential literary figures of the 20th century, James Joyce. The museum seeks a comprehensive visual identity that embodies the vision and values of the museum (see full visual identity brief for further information).
Scope of Work:
The selected creative agency or professional will be tasked with developing a cohesive visual identity encompassing but not limited to:
- Logo design that reflects the essence of James Joyce’s literary legacy and the museum’s significance.
- Branding elements including typography, colour schemes, and visual assets for various applications.
- Design concepts for signage, promotional materials, and digital presence (website, social media, etc.).
Download full design brief here: JTM Visual Identity Brief
Interested parties are requested to submit the following:
- Proposed approach and methodology for the creation of the visual identity.
- Detailed timeline and cost estimation for the project.
- Portfolio showcasing previous relevant design projects.
- Any additional relevant information demonstrating capabilities and expertise.
Submission Deadline: Friday 2 February 2024
Please submit your proposal electronically to Alice Ryan email@example.com no later than COB on Friday 2 February 2024.
Submissions will be evaluated based on creativity, alignment with the design brief, experience, proposed approach, and cost-effectiveness.
For inquiries and submission of proposals, please contact Alice Ryan firstname.lastname@example.org 0857526618.
The Joyce Tower Museum looks forward to receiving innovative proposals that respond to the architectural significance of the Tower and the essence of James Joyce’s legacy while representing the museum’s significance in the literary world.