A new graphic design has been selected as the winner of the Montrose Counseling Center’s GLBT Cultural Center logo contest.
The graphic artist, who requested anonymity, explained that “the ellipses represent the four aspects of our diverse community [referring to gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender], which are unified as a whole yet distinct in their own way. They form a stylized butterfly, which suggests ideas such as pride, flight, freedom, and optimism.”
Serving as a safe, centrally located, unifying focal point, the GLBT Cultural Center aims to provide a home for the nurture and celebration of Houston’s diverse organizations, institutions, and culture. Located in the heart of Houston’s historic Montrose neighborhood at 401 Branard Street, this facility serves as the venue of choice for community events and organizing, accommodating more than 300 visitors per week. Info: glbtcenter.org. —Nancy Ford