A collaborative design effort between the 's outreach committee and local artist Joe Bravo was unveiled during Thursday evening's council meeting.
Bravo displayed his recently completed design for a new HHPNC logo, which shows an arroyo rock lined river flowing beneath a stone bridge, set against the backdrop of the San Gabriel mountains. The leaves of a sycamore tree cast a shadow over one corner of the nature scene.
Following a unanimously positive response to his work, Bravo's design will now be featured on the neighborhood council's website and correspondence.
"I really wanted to capture the historical nature of Highland Park in the design," he said.
HHPNC member Janet Dodson said the neighborhood council liked simplicity and strong lines shown in Bravo's design, which will allow it to be scaled down while retaining detail.
The HHPNC meets on a bi-weekly basis the Highland Park Senior Citizens Center. They are charged with communicating neighborhood concerns to city hall, as well as funding community projects.
What do you think of Bravo's design? Do you think it represents Highland Park well?
You can see more of Bravo's artwork .