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Digitally sailing through Gehry's Walt Disney Concert Hall

Sculpting Harmony

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Sculpting Harmony

A bold and deliciously playful brand experience about a fatty future

Hoxton Farms

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Hoxton Farms

Playful interaction and seriously crafted 3D animation

BrewDistrict24

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BrewDistrict24

Heritage and Innovation. Amazing immersiveness on a large scale

The Ellinikon Experience Centre

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The Ellinikon Experience Centre

An atmospheric and beautifully crafted way to digitalise an album

Önnu Jónu Son

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Önnu Jónu Son

A totally immersive and playful, fun app experience

McDonald's Getaway Island

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McDonald's Getaway Island

Spending days at this beautifully crafted and innovative digital library

Americana

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Americana

A flawlessly implemented website with an eye-opening message

The Drop Store

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The Drop Store

Taking the world of hospitality to the next level, digitally

Be My Guest

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Be My Guest

A visually strong mix of digital storytelling & e-commerce

CL9UD

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CL9UD
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Your Majesty: about branding and uniting the curious

Partner in the Spotlight: Your Majesty

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Partner in the Spotlight: Your Majesty

The impact of AI within the creative industry. What our partners say

The impact of AI within the creative industry - part I

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The impact of AI within the creative industry - part I

Margot Gabel: passionate about connecting digital design with emotions

Margot Gabel Build in Amsterdam & Dutch Digital Design Curator

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Margot Gabel Build in Amsterdam & Dutch Digital Design Curator

Christian Mezöfi from Dentsu Creative: loves detail and 3D design

Christian Mezöfi Dentsu Creative & Dutch Digital Design curator

Interview

Christian Mezöfi Dentsu Creative & Dutch Digital Design curator

Welcome ACE, Cut the Code, DotControl, Lava and Merlin Studio

welcome to five new partners

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welcome to five new partners

Aurelija Mockeviciute: visual designer & Dutch Digital Design curator

Meet Aurelija Mockeviciute from Clever°Franke

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Meet Aurelija Mockeviciute from Clever°Franke

To be a Robot Kitten: passionate about creative technology

Partner in the Spotlight: Robot Kittens

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Partner in the Spotlight: Robot Kittens

Dutch Digital Design does Dutch Design Week 2023

Dutch Digital Design does Dutch Design Week 2023

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Dutch Digital Design does Dutch Design Week 2023

ADNIGHT 2023: we present to you the Dutch Digital Design route

Adnight - Dutch Digital Design route

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Adnight - Dutch Digital Design route

Erick de Jong: creative director, one of our curators, Japanophile

Curator's choice - Erick de Jong from Fonk

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Curator's choice - Erick de Jong from Fonk
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Eurovision Song Contest's new 'Dutch' visual identity

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We are very proud that one of our partner agencies, Dutch design agency Clever°Franke, has created the visual identity for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, taking place in Rotterdam.

The Eurovision Song Contest started 10 years after the end of the Second World War, as a way of uniting Europe through music - with just seven countries participating. Each year it embraces new countries, and new talent. In May 2020, it will be held in Rotterdam, with a total of 41 countries participating. The show is being watched around the world by approximately 200 million people.

Clever°Franke joined forces with the Eurovision Song Contest organisation to design the 2020 visual identity. The agency developed a data-driven logo that honours the history of the song contest in a contemporary way, leaving room for future growth at the same time. By using software developed by the agency itself, along with historical data, they were able to design an iconic identity that brings the history of the Eurovision Song Contest to life in a truly unique way.

The vignette is an abstract representation of the flags of all countries participating in 2020. By adding the flags chronologically, in order of each country’s first Eurovision appearance, they created a colourful, abstract symbol.

The identity forms the visual basis for the international event in Rotterdam, including three shows (12, 14 and 16 May). It also symbolises the celebration of the 65th anniversary of the Eurovision Song Contest.