- The Israel Museum logo has become something of an icon in the 55 years of its existence. It was designed by Willem Sandberg, who was director of the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam and artistic advisor to the Israel Museum in its early years. With its spare style and clean lines, Sandberg’s logo symbolizes the Museum’s four major components (clockwise from top right): the Art Garden, Shrine of the Book, Archaeology Wing, and Fine Arts Wing (which includes the Wing for Jewish Art and Life).On this coaster the Israel Museum logo replaces the heart in the classic “I [heart] X” formula, hinting at the Israel Museum’s central place in Jerusalem – and in our hearts.SHOW MORE
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