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How Memorabilia Becomes Anniversary Art: Part 1



By , April 3rd, 2015

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Lawrence and I often collaborate by phone and email with our clients and have wonderful long-distance relationships all over the country to create One Of A Kind art. But  there’s nothing like meeting in person—either at client headquarters or at One Of A Kind. So it was especially exciting to welcome Jess and Lisa, who travelled from New Jersey  to our studio to review and edit material for their 50th anniversary art. They brought so much enthusiasm and care for the organization—what a perfect team for the project.

Together we organized big bins full of old and new photos, publications and 3D items into piles to consider what was essential, what was discretionary and what was not important. A key first step. Now we’re emailing our clients composites with miniaturized images of the proposed content so they can share with the rest of the 50thanniversary team for ideas/comments/approval.

Stay tuned for more updates and pictures of the unveiling in late June!


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