SB19 unveils official logo

According to SB19, their logo signifies their ‘struggles, aspirations and the people’ behind their success.

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10/13/2019 11:10 AM
SB19 unveils official logo


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SB19 unveiled the official logo of their group on Thursday, October 10. In an Instagram post, the Pinoy pop group shared the story behind their logo.

"This signifies our struggles, aspirations, and the people behind our success. This emblem will be used in all of our future activities, products, and merchandise," the group said.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Today, we officially release our group’s emblem. This signifies our struggles, aspirations, and the people behind our success. This emblem will be used in all of our future activities, products, and merchandise. As we all know,“SB” in SB19 initially stands for ShowBT because we are the first Pinoy idol group in our company, while “19” derived from the Philippines’ (+63) and South Korea’s (+82) country codes. When each number sums up (6+3+8+2), we get 19. This signifies the collaboration between South Korea and Philippines. The emblem’s shape shows the fusion of a diamond and windmill. The diamond shape signifies our bond with our fans. Diamond shines even in the tiniest of light - Our fans are our light. Even if we only receive a little support, we will keep shining. If you already heard this phrase “diamonds are forever”, we aspire to be a gem that will stand the test of time. From the dictionary, a windmill operates when there is wind. For us, the wind is our fans. We cannot express how thankful we are, with the continued support all our fans have been giving us. SB19 as the windmill, we cannot exist without the wind's (our fans) support. While we're taking this beautiful journey, we are grateful that we have you. #SB19OfficialLogo #SB19 #SB19_JOSH #SB19_STELL #SB19_KEN #SB19_JUSTIN #SB19_SEJUN

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SB19 also explained why the logo is shaped like a diamond. "The emblem’s shape shows the fusion of a diamond and windmill. The diamond shape signifies our bond with our fans. Diamond shines even in the tiniest of light - Our fans are our light. Even if we only receive a little support, we will keep shining," they stated.

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They added,  "The wind is our fans. We cannot express how thankful we are, with the continued support all our fans have been giving us. SB19 as the windmill, we cannot exist without the wind's (our fans) support."

SB19 is the first all-Filipino group trained by a Korean management. Their latest single "Go Up" gained more than a million views on YouTube and went viral on social media.