Sealaska logo changes after 50 years

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Sealaska Corporation has announced a new logo that features a formline design by David Robert Boxley, a Tsimshian artist from Metlakatla.

    A release from Sealaska said it was inspired by a salmon egg, and that the circular shape represents a "perpetual cycle that sustains and renews."

    "The salmon egg represents the promise and obligation we hold for future generations," said the release. The full story is on their website.

    The old logo had been in place since the corporation was founded in 1971. The release said that it was time for a change as the corporation reaches its 50 year anniversary.

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