The Ancient Stadium of Philippopolis

logotype 

Logotypes for the identity of the ancient Roman stadium of Philippopolis.

Logotype for big sizes.


Bilingual book about the Ancient Stadium with dimensions 170 × 240 mm. The navigation between the two languages (Bulgarian Cyrillic and English) is acheaved through layout and color – Bulgarian Cyrillic is printed with 100% black on the top half of the pages and the Latin is printed with blue Pantone 281 on the bottom half of the pages.

The cover includes the logo and logotype, embossed on a paper with a stone-like structure, suggesting a releif. The logotype is also printed on top of the embossing with Pompeii red. It is designed with custom lettering based on monumental Roman inscriptions from first and second century CE following the layout from the time – central symetry with a tendency toward justification.





Bilingual brochure about the Ancient Stadium of Philippopolis. The brochure has three spreads and is folded from a sheet with dimensions 170 × 240 mm. The navigation between the two languages (Bulgarian Cyrillic and English) is acheaved through layout and color – Bulgarian Cyrillic is printed with 100% black on the left pages and the Latin is printed with blue Pantone 281 U on the right pages of each spread.

Typographic cover with projects's logotype. It is designed with custom lettering based on monumental Roman inscriptions from first and second century CE. 






A poster announcing the public opening of the Ancient Stadium.


Series of maps for information graphics.

A map showing the location of the Roman stadium within the ancient city of Philippopolis and the contemporary city of Plovdiv.


Map showing the location of the ancient stadium underneath the pedestrian street 'Knyaz Alexander I' and a plan of the square, where the rounded part of the stadium (svendone) is exposed.


Plan of the underground space, where the stadium meets the aqueduct and the fortress.


Information boards for the Ancient Stadium.



Design for a bilingual DVD cover as part of the promotional materials for the Stadium. The navigation between the two languages (Bulgarian Cyrillic and English) is acheaved through layout and color – Bulgarian Cyrillic is printed with black and the Latin is printed with blue Pantone 281. 

The DVD package has three panels and two flaps. Two maps visualize the position of the stadium nowadays and during II c. CE. On the right panel are shown stages of the stadium's reconstruction.



The DVD itself represents exact plan of the first seven marble seats of the rounded excavated part of the stadium, called 'sfendona'. 


T-shirts in Cyrillic and Latin as part of the promotional materials for the ancient Roman stadium of Philippopolis.