EBU and AVROTROS have revealed the theme art for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. The next year’s logo is aimed to commemorate the 65th anniversary of the competition in an innovative way. Check it out!
11 Dutch companies participated in the contest to select the theme art for the next year’s Eurovision edition, which will take place in Rotterdam. the competition was won by CLEVER°FRANKE, a data visualization agency that drives change at companies worldwide (like Google, Here and WIRED) through data-driven tools and experiences.
“This design follows the characteristics of Dutch Design: minimalistic, experimental and innovative. It tells a story, it’s colourful, festive and, not unimportantly, widely applicable,” says Sietse Bakker, Executive Producer Event of the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. “Coincidentally, the first Eurovision Song Contest was opened by the Netherlands in 1956, hence the timeline starts with the colours of the Dutch flag.”
Jon Ola Sand, Executive Supervisor of the Eurovision Song Contest for the European Broadcasting Union (EBU): “We are extremely pleased with the artwork for the Eurovision Song Contest 2020 that perfectly celebrates our 65 year heritage. The impactful design also encapsulates the event’s modern values of diversity and inclusivity and beautifully complements this year’s slogan ‘Open Up’”.
41 countries will compete at the Eurovision Song Contest 2020, which will take place on May 12, 14 and 16 at Rotterdam’s Ahoy.
What do you think about the next year’s theme art? Do you like the idea?