High schooler wins logo design contest
HARRIS, Mich. (WLUC) - A Bark River-Harris sophomore added a self-designed government logo to her portfolio.
In January, the Menominee County Road Commission could no longer ignore its need for a new logo. So, they held a competition for high schoolers in the area to design a new one. Over 100 designs were submitted by students at Menominee, Stephenson, and Bark River-Harris high schools.
Alison Kleiman won the competition with her logo featuring a map of the county. She hopes to use this experience to kickstart her career in graphic design.
“You see a design, a logo for everything. For every store you go to, for your devices, everything. There’s always a logo. That’s needed everywhere. That’s why I want to go into art,” said Kleiman.
The Bark River-Harris art department received a $500 grant from the Commission for winning the contest.
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