The bkkc- brabants kenniscentrum kunst en cultuur was founded in 2009 from the fusion of the NBKS, BraM, VBF en LiBra. These were the umbrella organizations for art, music, cinema, and literature. The bkkc goes a step further than these four disciplines, stretching its goals to reach theater, dance, design and architecture. Bkkc's main clients are artists from brabant, art institutions, local goverment, social organizations and businesses. They can count on the bkkc for all art related support but also for business related counselling and assistance. The bkkc advises, subsidizes, influences, initiates, networks, develops, and connects.
corporate identity, 2009
Studio Kluif was, along with EDHV, invited to develop a vision for the new bkkc brand. Kluif has chosen a clear and serving form, which reflects the character of the organization. All communication starts with bkkc logo, followed by a message without using spaces: bkkcinvitation, bkkcexhibition,bkkchome, etc. Kluif also developed a visual language where different disciplines meet. Kluif meets the goal to intensify the crossovers between art-disciplines. Studio Kluif is responsible for the design of all communication of bkkc, including corporate identity, website, the lettering on the building in Tilburg - the former post office on the Spoorlaan - and the brochure.