An Inuit rock sculpture found throughout the polar region. They're monuments made from rough stones and built to resemble humans. Inukshuks appear in different forms for a variety of purposes: navigation, direction, marking a memorial for a loved one or marking migration routes or fishing spots. The original purpose was for communication and survival and they traditionally mean "Someone was here" or "You're on the right path". The background texture was created using a sponge.
The Sankofa Bird is a symbol from Ghana. It's said to teach us that we need to go back to our roots to move forward. To gather the best of what our past has to teach us so we can move forward in the best way possible. What you've lost or forgotten can be reclaimed and revived. The background was created using three colours that were allowed to spread.