After having been around Pagan Pride Day events since the early 90's and have been to events in multiple states you start to notice that most of the events and community logos are basically the same. Recently the Central Puget Sound Pagan Pride Day group here has put a local twist on the usual PPD logo and come up with something that is amazing, unique and represents the community that they live in. Many people feel that a groups Pagan Pride Day logo should represent what Pagan Pride Day is intended to represent, which is Pagans in the community.
Every Pagan Pride Day group across the country has its own logo but most are a Pagan symbol that is surrounded by other Pagan symbols and includes the PPD groups name in it. PPD has always been about the local Pagans in the individual communities coming together and sharing their different paths with each other and creating awareness in their community. It leaves you with a feeling like there was something missing from the Pagan Pride Day logos. They didn't feel like they represented the community.
This year, the Central Puget Sound Pagan Pride Day group has rolled out something that is truly amazing. Their new logo is outstanding and not only represents Pagan Pride Day but also their community. It is personal and is not just a Pagan symbol that they liked. The new logo was created by Shels Honeysuckle of Honeysuckle Studios and is a unique representation of the Puget Sound and the Pagans in the community.
Shels Honeysuckle is more than just a graphic designer, she is truly a graphic artist and a Pagan. In the Honeysuckle Studios version of the Central Puget Sound Pagan Pride logo she has created something that is truly unique and that shows of the beauty and wonder of the Puget Sound. It would be wonderful if all of the Pagan Pride Day groups across the country had a logo that truly represented the community that they live in. If you would like to get in touch with Shels Honeysuckle or Honeysuckle Studios a link to her website is below.
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