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Joshua Noom To Design Luminary Hotel Artwork

We spoke with local artist Joshua Noom, who was recently hired to do artwork for the Luminary Hotel going up in downtown Fort Myers.

Joshua is quite excited not only about the big contract, but because he is able to produce work people in his hometown will see. As a freelance graphic designer, his work is strewn across the globe. Much of it is in places he may never see. The closest to home his work has traveled was when he was hired to design cans of Miller High Life. The cans were on the shelves of every Publix in the United States.

You can check out his work on his personal website, or wait until the hotel opens.

Either way, congrats Josh.

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