British design Ross Clarke was approached by the Festival of Yoruba Arts to create the visual identity for the festival. Their existing logo was a poorly scanned in wood mask which didn’t have much potential. Ross vectorised the mask and created a custom font that retained a slight wood cut feel. To wrap up this charity run festival he designed a pattern which is loosely based on Yoruba art but with a contemporary feel to it.
The logo is no longer in use as the organization switched designers.