In its etymology the word Magister is associated with noble ideas. In the artistic field, especially during the Renaissance, the magister was the head of an artistic workshop, teaching to a group of apprentices. In ancient Rome it was the chief commander, in Medieval and Renaissance universities, a magister was someone who had the professional title to teach.
From the lexicon to the logo, the word now offers a new interpretation of its original meanings, looking into the future and embracing the word ART: once chosen, the path is followed with a constant and conscious effort, spreading into the fourth dimension of art. As a diapason, it generates a musical sound which propagates.
This is the philosophical approach adopted by Magister Art in its creative productions. Embracing this vision Bruno Romano has designed a logo which conveys the idea of a journey, to explore innovative ways to narrate artists and artworks.