BC ARTIFACTS MOBILE MUSEUM 2018
Four Direction Eagle Design Logo
The Mobile Museum logo and brand is changing… I would like to respectfully thank Ernie Adams Nlakapamux Artist of the Lytton First Nation for the original Salish Eagle logo design used since 2014.
This is the new 2018 brand/logo and was created by Joe Wilson of the kwakwaka’wakw Nation specifically for the BC Artifacts Mobile Museum.
This eagle design used expresses the unity and common elements shared by the First Nations of the BC North(left), The BC West(bottom) and Kwakwaka’wakw(right) and the Salish(Top).
It also depicts the 4 directions and the central connection we share. Each of the eagles were created in traditional form and are culturally correct to each region, respectfully representing the 4 different indigenous art styles.
The Mobile Museum continues to respectfully share many coastal and interior BC First Nations art, tool technologies, culture and territory information from these areas as well as BC pioneer, gold rush and fur trade history in the presentations. This is why this is such a wonderful design and logo for the BCAMM.
I sincerely thank Joe R Wilson Namgis Artist of the kwakwaka’wakw Nation for his idea, concept and the creation of this image as well as the time he volunteered creating it.