The Eurovision 2019 logo has had the fandom talking. But it’s also had a few people busy dreaming up how the golden star may come to life during the actual show.
As all you Eurofans will know, the logo plays a role in the broader branding of the contest and often features in the postcards — those short introductory clips that precede each act.
For instance, you’ll remember that the Eurovision 2013 logo was a gorgeous butterfly whose wings carried the colours and flag of each competing nation. It flew out at the start and end of each postcard before landing on the screen.
Well a few creative fans have already been playing around with their vision for the golden star, which you can watch below. These are obviously in no way official. But it’s interesting to see one possible way the golden triangles and neon triangle could work.
Thematically these renderings makes sense. Jewish men and women live all over the world, and Israel is home to people from almost every participating country (tbh, we’re not sure about San Marino). If the various flags appear inside the neon triangle, it would carry the theme of “the whole world in Israel” or “Israel everywhere in the world”.
These two collections come from two different people and use different flags and slightly different fonts.
The first video below comes from Dreval Maxim in Ukraine. We’ve used his images at the top of this post. He’s kindly provided a download link to his images, in case you want them for your phone, web site or social media.
What do you think of this potential use of the logo? What other visions do you have? Let us know in the comments box down below!