Announcing Logo Contest Winner

Victoria Ransom

Wolf clan, Mohawk

The Rematriation team & board is pleased to announce Victoria Ransom of the Mohawk Nation Wolf Clan as the winner of our Logo Design Contest!  

Over the next month, Victoria will work closely with Ty Largo of Awe Collective to finalize her logo design. We can’t wait to share it with you soon!

We also extend our sincere gratitude to the 16 Haudenosaunee artists and designers who participated in the competition! We will be showcasing our amazing logo contest artists on our social media channels and here on in the coming weeks. Get ready to celebrate some phenomenal Haudenosaunee artists!

Victoria Ransom, Wolf clan, is a Kanien’kehà:ka artist from Akwesasne.

About Victoria:

Victoria Ransom, Wolf clan, is a Kanien’kehà:ka artist from Akwesasne. She graduated from the University of Ottawa with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. At university, Victoria dedicated much of her conceptual art projects to educating her peers on Indigenous issues and culture. In doing so, she observed the power of expression as an alternative venue of educating the general public on the history and issues of Indigenous Peoples. After graduating, Victoria spent time in her community listening and learning about cultural teachings and cultural motifs of the Rotinonshonni from elders and traditional knowledge keepers. Victoria incorporates their teachings into her work to create a visual language and art that can help pass on traditional knowledge to the next generation.


The Rematriation Team & Board were incredibly impressed with the unique and thoughtful ways Victoria incorporates traditional motifs into new and innovative designs. We felt the theme of “Returning the Sacred to the Mother” throughout her work. Victoria’s style is one of a kind – be sure to slide through the images to see some of her previous work!