Event Branding

Garbarek/Gurtu refers to the collaboration between Norwegian saxophonist Jan Garbarek and Indian percussionist Trilok Gurtu. They first worked together on Garbarek’s 1990 album “I Took Up the Runes” and went on to release two more albums together: “Madar” in 1994 and “Ragas and Sagas” in 1999.

The collaboration between Garbarek and Gurtu blended their respective musical backgrounds, combining Garbarek’s Nordic jazz with Gurtu’s Indian classical and folk music. The result was a unique and captivating fusion of musical styles that drew upon the improvisational traditions of both cultures.

Garbarek/Gurtu’s cross-cultural music collaboration was performed at İş Sanat Towers. The iconic but simple key art for the event was designed by I Mean It Creative.

İş Sanat has entered its 23rd season. It aims to successfully bring art activities to the public in Turkey, in line with Atatürk’s principles and philosophy of life.

The collaboration between I Mean It Creative and İş Sanat has now entered its fifth year. The concert hall in İstanbul’s İş Towers continues to attract audiences, while the activities continue successfully on digital media and on YouTube broadcasts, which started during the pandemic.

I Mean It Creative will continue to showcase its talents in creating key visual designs for new events.