The Sky Net Logo
Our latest identity project was to design the face of theSkyNet, an incredible citizen science initiative that allows anyone with a PC and the internet to process raw scientific data and help radio-astronomers discover more about our universe. This identity is the latest in a number of projects for ICRAR (International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research) the organisation behind Australia’s bid to be home to the Square Kilometre Array (SKA). The SKA will be the world’s largest network of radio-telescopes capable of seeing (and by seeing, we mean hearing!?) further into our universe than ever before.
This year has seen Wren become actively involved with the radio-astronomy community through the National Science Week/ICRAR modular exhibition ‘Tuning In’ (see Wren Spaces), the ICRAR Yearbook (see images above) and designing a beautiful collectors edition booklet to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Parkes Radio-Telescope Observatory for CSIRO (see images above).
Make sure that you check out theSkyNet and start playing your part in discovering our universe!