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A Salute to Flag Day and the 200th Anniversary of the Star Spangled Banner

By , June 12th, 2014

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As Flag Day is celebrated June 14, we remember how important the U.S. flag has been to many of our One Of A Kind recipients. And what a beautiful creation it is, offering a flowing, meaningful design element for Lawrence to incorporate.

Jack Kemp’s 3-dimensional commemorative collage was the very first to incorporate actual flags, suggested by Sharon Zelaska to symbolize the Congressman’s strong patriotism and service to his country. Over 25 years later, Jack Kemp’s tribute remains an all-time favorite for us and for many who view samples of our artwork. (more…)


Congratulations to the Swendiman Family, Longtime Friends, on Two Major Milestones

By , May 21st, 2014

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May was major for the Swendiman family! Our good friends, Shelley and Robert Swendiman, both had cause to celebrate this month, with a marriage and a graduation taking center stage.

The wedding reception for Shelley and her husband Adam Stinelli was held at the Hillyer Art Space in Washington, D.C. It was great fun, surrounded by contemporary art, friends, family and food.  With their longtime fondness for Converse sneakers, Shelley and Adam wore custom versions for their ceremony and to the reception, of course.

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Celebrating the AAOS 75th Anniversary Collage and the Lasting Legacy of Sandy Gordon

By , April 28th, 2014

AAOS CLIO presentation with Sandy Gordon

We’re ever grateful to Sandy Gordon for her extraordinary vision and leadership on the 75th Anniversary of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.  The AAOS 75th anniversary art, which resulted in a CLIO Award, was reproduced as a commemorative brochure, calendar cover, and an interactive website feature with descriptive key. It remains on prominent display in AAOS’s Rosemont, Illinois headquarters. The lobby art is just part of Sandy’s lasting legacy as she retires from AAOS after 15 amazing years of accomplishment! (more…)


One Of A Kind Collages are Handcrafted to the Finest Detail

By , March 14th, 2014

Mark Aruta Working

The amount of care and attention to detail that goes into every One of a Kind commemorative collage, is a matter of pride to all of us. Take comfort in knowing that all of your original memorabilia is carefully scanned, retouched and restored, and reprinted on archival paper, preserving a lifetime of memories for another generation. (more…)


Reliance Steel & Aluminum Co. Unveils One Of A Kind 75th Anniversary Artwork at the Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel

By , March 5th, 2014

Reliance Steel CEO David H. Hannah, COO Gregg J. Mollins, and CFO Karla R. Lewis

Dana Point, California – March 2, 2014 – Reliance Steel & Aluminum Co., (NYSE: RS) the largest metals service center company in North America, highlighted their 75th anniversary at the Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel by unveiling One Of A Kind 3-dimensional art by Lawrence Romorini.

“We had our unveiling of the art piece after day one of our annual Managers’ Meeting and it was a huge hit!” wrote Vice President of Corporate Initiatives Brenda Miyamoto. “The piece is truly beautiful and there was a crowd around it all evening. David Hannah, our CEO, absolutely loved it.” (more…)


27 Years Later: Remembering the “American-Soviet Walk For Peace”

By , February 12th, 2014

Peace Walk Newspaper Article

With the Winter Olympic Games in the news, as well as the continuing tensions between the U.S. and Russia, we reflect on our friends Ed and Adrien Helm’s amazing journey to the USSR to promote peace and reconciliation in 1987. Ed and Adrien, with children Eleanor, Joanna, Ged and Daniel, joined hundreds of other Americans and Soviet citizens in the “American-Soviet Walk for Peace” to encourage an end to the nuclear arms race. (more…)


The Beatles’ U.S. Debut: 50th Anniversary and Memories of My Days at Northern Songs

By , February 11th, 2014

Northern Songs Beatles Memorabilia

It is hard to imagine a better first job. When I joined ATV-Kirshner Music in London, direct from Columbus, Ohio and Ohio State, I knew little about music publishing, had no idea who Don Kirshner was and barely knew that Northern Songs owned the Beatles’ copyrights. But for the next 4 years—being a lover of music and something of piano player—this new, upstart ATV company, which had just purchased Northern Songs, proved a wonderful fit.  (more…)


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