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Brandon Hermsen's Impression of Duluth

UMD students were asked to make individual and collaborative single page "Impressions of Duluth" in response to the delightful "Impressions of Ankara" made by Başkent University students of Halime Fişenk. They are meant to inform and inspire our Turkish collaborators in making their logos for Duluth.

This is the first one uploaded, chosen at random. It's by Brandon Hermsen, Typography 2 student at UMD. More will follow soon.



This speaks well for "impressions of Duluth." I like the layered textures that have been created with type. It seems to speak of multiple interpretations and moods of Duluth: 80 degrees one day and 40 the next. The texture of waves are also implied in the texture of type. Nice!