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Hudson Museum Artifact Could Have Inspired NFL Team’s Logo, Weekly Reports

The Weekly carried a report about an artifact at the University of Maine’s Hudson Museum that may have inspired the logo design of the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks. The wooden Northwest Coast transformation mask depicts a bird of prey when closed and reveals a painted depiction of a human face when opened. The artifact is part of the William P. Palmer III collection and is on display at the museum. A few days before Super Bowl XLVIII, Robin K. Wright, curator of Native American art and director of the Bill Holm Center at Burke Museum at the University of Washington, posted a blog “Searching for what inspired the Seattle Seahawks logo.” The mask Wright describes in her blog is believed to be the same mask displayed at the Hudson Museum.


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