Jan Gallego is a Graphic designer specializing in Branding (Corporate Identity).
Jan Gallego designs brands to help businesses (and the people behind them) to communicate the best of themselves, to connect better with the public, and to sell more.
He studied Architecture in the Madrid Superior School of Architecture, and Graphic Design in the European Institute of Design. Upon finishing his Thesis, Jan Gallego opened his own studio of design specializing in Branding (brand/logo design), and since then he has worked for clients like Amnesty International, Mahou, Sony Music or the National Museum of Decorative Arts, and for many small and medium sized businesses.
“Jan Gallego, designer and architect, runs a small, highly creative studio in Madrid, turning out dynamic projects that combine depth with precision craftmanship. Gallego’s finished designs speak to the heart and the mind, and betrays the passion that has gone into creating them.” (Novum Magazine)
Create the institutional image of the Latin-American Observatory of Museums, a very ambitious project given its inter-institutional, intergovernmental and interdisciplinary character, dedicated to the production, management, exchange and construction of knowledge about the museums of Latin America.
Understand the essence of OIM as multidisciplinary and multifaceted, and represent all facets of a complete brand, dynamic, contemporary, including a symbol with multiple meanings and multiple versions.