REMOTE FRONTLINES´ logo was designed by an indigenous person who lived in northern Canada around 2000 years ago. Originally it was painted in the color of blood with red ocher on a rock wall near a remote river bank on Tethul River in the North West Territories. It was discovered in 1980 by Peter Bang and later reproduced on the drawing after an expedition conducted in coorporation with the Canadian Northern Life Museum. According to anthropological theories and some local indigenous ancient legends the drawing of a man sitting in a canoe with outstretched arms should be a symbol of the last journey into the eternal hunting grounds; a sign of leaving this world, saying goodbye, but also saying hello to a new beginning in an unknown world behind the next river bend.