09
Oct
09

New Logo for Ecuador SKY Project

A few friends of mine were voluteering in Ecuador for the Sumak Kawsay Yachay project, a foundation for the advancement of education in the community of Salasaca. Despite language barriers and thousands of miles between us, we managed to create this new logo for the foundation.

SKY Logo

I had made a logo for the school previously, which was called Escuela Katitawa, but I think it looked a bit corporate, I prefer the more hand drawn version above.

Escuela Katitawa Logo

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