29th Annual Project Impact T-Shirt Design

Project Impact t-shirt design by Ryan Kerbs

In 2010, while I was studying at Union College, I entered and won the t-shirt design contest for 29th annual Project Impact. On the day of Project Impact the students have no classes. Instead they wake early in the morning, gather under the Union College Clocktower for breakfast, get a free t-shirt, then disperse throughout Lincoln to lend a hand with selected community service projects. They serve until lunchtime, then return to the clocktower for free pizza. I participated in Project Impact too, and I had a lot of fun.

The mayor and school president at the opening of Project Impact.

This is Shelina. She coordinated the event.

Not only did I design the t-shirt, but I participated too.

The Union College Clock Tower, this iconic landmark inspired the design on the front of the t-shirt.

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