Waub Ajijaak Press Logo
Logo for Waub Ajijaak Press, Cecelia Rose LaPointe's upcoming venture. Waub Ajijaak means White Crane, and is the name of one of Cecelia's ancestors, a hereditary chief. The client had a dream of a crane and specifically requested that I create a design that referenced the sandhill crane and the florals of her Ojibwe and Métis (mixed Native American/European) heritage. Floral designs became a part of Ojibwe and Métis culture, and can be seen in historical beadwork and the work of artists today.
Logo for Waub Ajijaak Press, Cecelia Rose LaPointe's upcoming venture. Waub Ajijaak means White Crane, and is the name of one of Cecelia's ancestors, a hereditary chief. The client had a dream of a crane and specifically requested that I create a design that referenced the sandhill crane and the florals of her Ojibwe and Métis (mixed Native American/European) heritage. Floral designs became a part of Ojibwe and Métis culture, and can be seen in historical beadwork and the work of artists today.
Final Vector Logo for Waub Ajijaak Press
Some sketches in the process
An earlier direction which explored a birch bark motif -- Native Americans in the Great Lakes region, especially the Ojibway, use birchbark not only for everyday items like baskets and canoes, but also for artwork and recording events and songs.
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