PB Junction’s New Logo

PB Junction's new logo. Copyright 2016-2017 by pbjunction.com PB Junction's new pine green logo.
PB Junction's old and new logos. Copyright 2016-2017 by pbjunction.com

PB Junction’s old and new logos.

PB Junction is going green — PINE green with its new logo.  The logo’s symbolism represents the many and varied artists born of the area, including talents in visual arts (sketching, painting, and sculpting); music (blues, boogie-woogie, country, and rhythm and blues); and television and film (acting, art and animation, directing, producing, and inventing audio/video technologies). The logo’s top symbol and the new header image (to be added soon) represent nature and the area’s characteristic terrain; the header image will show waterways as well as the greenery. And the diamond shape, while reminiscent of those in the state flag and the Southeast Arkansas Community College logo, also represents Mayor Shirley Washington’s recent description of Pine Bluff as being a diamond (well, maybe with some parts of that diamond being in the rough, but not for too long!).


PB Junction's new header image. Copyright 2017 pbjunction.com / PB Junction

PB Junction’s new header image.

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About Karen Coker

Karen Coker, a native of Pine Bluff, is the editor and publisher of PB Junction. Though she started PB Junction as a creative and technical endeavor, she has found people's stories to be the most interesting part of it. In addition to running this website, she writes scientific reports and has a background in statistical analysis.

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