The logo and other images for Vestigia archaeology club were created in 2016. "Vestigia" is a plural for a Latin word "vestigium", which means "footstep, footprint, or track." It can refer to a fragment or remnant of what is past and gone, which is studied by archaeologists. The Vestigia club was organized to engage children to learn archaeology, history and material culture of ancient civilizations.
Logo idea: the griffin, a legendary creature is a symbol of divine power and associated with gold and wealth.
Colors: Dark Brown, Vermillion, Pompean Red, Light Umber (colors of the natural pigments that had been used since ancient Roman times)
Textures/ Patterns: mosaics
Logo Typeface Choice: Herculanum.
The font named after the city of Herculaneum, which is an ancient Roman resort town that was destroyed by volcanic pyroclastic flows from Mt. Vesuvius in 79 AD. This typeface has a clean look, and at the same time a strong connotation to ancient history. Has a great pairing with contemporary sans serif narrow fonts.