Sisters of Sankofa Chapter #1019 Logo
Reflecting on the past in order to build a successful future. This is what the sanfoka bird of Ghana, West Africa represents for much African-American culture as an adopted symbol. For the Sisters of Sanfoka Chapter #1019, this is their symbolic logo alongside the Eastern Star. Therefore, a colorful, yet powerful, logo for the chapter is designed.
The immediate eye-catch of the logo is of the sankofa bird, itself. It is the largest and central image in the logo. As a result, it is the first thing a viewer will notice. The bird uses the light blue color of the Eastern Star for a soft feeling to represent peace.
Continuing around the bird is a red circular border, of which matches the red color in the Eastern Star. Beyond that is the Eastern Star, itself, parallel on both sides of the red circle. Surrounding the circle is the ‘SISTERS OF SANKOFA #1019’ text in Sitka font. The text is there twice for extra appeal and to remove white space.
Another red border surrounds the next layer of graphics. Therefore, this creates more depth in design for the entire image. The next section of the logo shows four of the five colors of the Eastern star creating a dotted circular perimeter. The colors are green, red, blue, yellow, and black as a substitute for white. This creates a more colorful approach to the design.
Lastly, another border of color surrounds the dots. This is a solid blue circle with a red stroke on both the inside and outside to complete the image. Similar to the Daughters of Liberation Chapter #1128, many chapters representing African and African-American culture are in abundance. Therefore, for those looking to join like-minded individuals who appreciate their heritage for the future, many options are available to choose from.