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Computer Arts - UK|June 2020
DUNCAN BRAZZIL ON HOW THE UK INSPIRED HIS CAREER
DUNCAN BRAZZIL

Duncan studied graphic design at California’s Humboldt State University, but his introduction to the power of design came during childhood, growing up in Dundee. “At a young age I got a lot of inspiration from skateboarding brands and magazines, as well as British design because of my Scottish mother.”

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