In conjunction with the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum (“TOBI”) reopening following renovation, the first TOBI logo since the Museum’s opening was created. It was designed by Tokujin Yoshioka, and it captures TOBI’s history and the impression of its substantial facade. It truly symbolizes TOBI.
Here is a drawing with an image of the “TOBI Gateway Project” activities, drawn by the artist Katsuhiko Hibino, who was inspired by the logo.
“TOBIRA” is drawn here with the hope that people who visit TOBI like artists, locals and students can come and make connections with other visitors while thinking of it as their own museum.
Also, based on this drawing, Yui Takada designed the TOBIRA Project logo. It was created with the “passing of the baton” by the thoughts of many people. I hope that both logos continue to be loved by all. (Itō)