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Lewis Library Publication Takes the Gold Twice

The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) recently awarded the commemorative program for the dedication of Princeton University’s Lewis Library two gold medals as part of their 2009 Circle of Excellence Awards. One gold was in the Special Program Publications category and the other gold was for Excellence in Design. The program was a group effort encompassing my photography, design by Donna Ching of ChingFoster, and printing by Finlay Printing.

The program has four different page sizes, each creating a mass to mimic the structure of the building, and was printed with spot use of metallic ink to highlight the surfaces of Frank Gehry’s design.

I have a gallery of my work on the project on my web site. I’ve also written about it in the blog here:

Getting Gehry with It

Lewis Library, Princeton University, Designed by Frank Gehry

Lewis Library Dedication Program Cover
Lewis Library Dedication Program Inside Spread

Lewis Library gallery at JonRoemer.com.

2 Comments

  1. Josh

    Congratulations! My mother says she’s glad that they agreed with our sense of awe when we saw it.

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