The Cervantes Institute, in its work to promote the Spanish language, holds an international Flamenco congress. Designed by Estrada Design and presented in Madrid in the month of May, its logo appears to the rhythm of a fragment of zapateado footwork by the dancer Carmen Amaya.
The logo, a lowercase letter ‘f’, divided in two, has several variations formed of its initial and a number of differing blue and black dots. This page shows several screens and copies of posters of the Congress’ activities.
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