We crafted branding and visual identities for Peechi Wildlife Division and its three sanctuaries, such as Chimmini, Peechi-Vazhani, and Chulannur. The logos artistically represent native wildlife, fostering conservation awareness.


Kerala Forest Department





These beautifully illustrated designs not only promote wildlife conservation but also convey the enchantment of the natural world, fostering a deeper appreciation for the wilderness.

Everythink Design Studio has masterfully crafted logos for Peechi Wildlife Division and its three associated sanctuaries, reflecting the vibrant essence of the natural world. The Peechi Wildlife Division logo, featuring three majestic elephants, symbolizes the unity of the division and its three sanctuaries, where these magnificent creatures roam freely.

In the emblem of Peechi-Vazhani Wildlife Sanctuary, the purple frog serves as a poignant symbol, drawing attention to the critical need for its conservation as it faces threats of extinction. The Chimmini Wildlife Sanctuary’s logo takes center stage with a prominent tusker, embodying the elephant’s authority and underlining the sanctuary’s dedication to their protection. Meanwhile, the Chulannur Peafowl Sanctuary’s logo elegantly captures the vibrant peacock, emphasizing the importance of cherishing and conserving this colorful bird species. These captivating logos eloquently convey the significance of wildlife conservation while celebrating the intrinsic beauty of the natural world, inspiring a deeper appreciation for the wilderness.