County's new logo underscores local history

Art Deco architecture and the contributions of the Native American community are highlighted in the new Tulsa County logo unveiled Monday.

The logo includes feathers and other shapes done in an art deco style.

Paul Turley, a graphic designer for the county, created the logo.
He said the image is meant to evoke the local history of the Native American community as well as the Tulsa oil boom of the early decades of the 20th century and the art deco architecture of that time.

"I felt that those were two very strong events that played a role in the Tulsa area today and without those we wouldn't be, probably," Turley said.