The Story About Our Logo

Honoring Tadashi Sato, 1923-2005

The Cameron Center logo was designed by world-renowned artist Tadashi Sato to stand for “hope.” Sato chose a circular shape because it traditionally symbolizes a life-giving form.

The artist’s use of color graduation from darkness to light is subtle yet deliberate. The dark blue represents despair that is often exhibited by those in need. The gradual lightening shows the movement from despair to hope, signifying the goal of Cameron Center. The deliberate alignment of the color bands demonstrates how the Center strives to bring those in need as close to a positive physical and mental balance as possible.