VOL. 20 - NO. 4
JAN 25 - 1, 2015
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USS Hornet Kicks Off 70th Anniversary Celebration with Student Art Contest

ALAMEDA, CA –The USS Hornet Museum recently kicked off its 70th anniversary celebration with a poster design contest. The Hornet collaborated with the Department of Design and Industry at San Francisco State University. Students were given the task of incorporating the Hornet’s history into their artwork in celebration of the ship’s 70th anniversary. The winner, Sam Luu, is an illustrator and graphic designer. His poster incorporates both graphic and photo media which pay homage to Hornet (CVS-12). Luu integrates more


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