The Museum of Science & History’s New Logo

May 6, 2009 · Filed Under Events and News 

Thanks to a post from, we now know that not only will the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History reopen its doors in approximately 200 days, but they are unveiling a new logo.

“Stout and his team in Austin developed a logo consisting of three squares representing the letters F, W, and M (Fort Worth Museum) and an entire alphabet of Legorreta-inspired letterforms. The square letterforms can be stacked and rearranged like a child’s set of alphabet blocks. These symbolic “building blocks of knowledge” are a metaphor for the museum’s early roots as a children’s museum and its commitment to families and learning.”— Pentagram project detail.


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