ExpoFlamenco new visual identity and new flamenco channels
ExpoFlamenco presents its new graphic image, reinforcing its aesthetic branding and its position as a global organization. It will soon also reopen the renovated “Espacio ExpoFlamenco” in Jerez and launch the channels ExpoFlamenco Net and ExpoFlamenco TV. All is part of its ambitious backing of flamenco around the world.
ExpoFlamenco.com has a new visual identity. In the early hours of Saturday, November 5th, this portal of flamenco art launched its new graphic branding, so that the logo of this cultural project — founded in 2015 in Vancouver, Canada, and currently produced in Andalusia — better reflects its positioning as a global organization by having a bolder visual impact.
ExpoFlamenco’s new visual identity has been crafted by the renowned designer Ibán Ramón — born in Valencia, Spain — who developed a modular concept, so that its different components can be rearranged in different ways, adapting to different spaces and proportions.
ExpoFlamenco has even more news. First, this fall it will re-open its “Espacio ExpoFlamenco“ in Jerez de la Frontera. This charming center will have a cultural space for recitals, presentations and other events, besides hosting the shop that has been carrying flamenco products since its opening in 2019, including online.
Likewise, this project will soon also include ExpoFlamenco Net, a portal for virtual interactions among artists, aficionados, flamenco students and teachers, hosting from live recital streams to flamenco video courses. Finally, ExpoFlamenco TV will soon be available, hosting exclusive flamenco video content. These two projects have already been developed and will shortly be presented to a global audience.
ExpoFlamenco grows and grows, always ready to promote flamenco art and to connect flamenco communities around the world.