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Keep it to a Minimum

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11:30 AM | 29 June 2015
by Adam Oldfield
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Norwegian School of Creative Studies graduate, Karoline Tynes, takes minimalism to the next level with some brand identity work to celebrate her skills.

Norwegian School of Creative Studies graduate, Karoline Tynes, takes minimalism to the next level with some brand identity work to celebrate her skills.

Karoline, a freelance graphic designer from Oslo, made the Mimimum logo and supporting brand elements, as part of her 60 logos in 60 days-challenge. It’s a stunning piece of work.



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