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50 Books/50 Covers Exhibit

The San Francisco Chapter of AIGA, Chronicle Books and the San Francisco Center for the Book invite you to a reception to view the exhibition of AIGA’s 50 Books/50 Covers.

This exhibition showcases selections from the “AIGA 50 Books/50 Covers” juried competition, which aims to identify the 50 best-designed books and book covers of 2008. Selections were made by a distinguished jury and became part of the AIGA Design Archives, where images, full credits, project statements and jurors’ comments for all selections are available.

The exhibit opens to the public on November 5 and runs through November 20, 2009.

Opening Reception – November 5, 2009 – 6:00 – 8.00 p.m.

If you need special assistance to participate in this program, please contact AIGA SF at aiga@aigasf.org or 415-626-6008. For reasonable assistance accommodations to be provided, please RSVP for the event and notify us at least 2 weeks in advance. If we do not receive timely notification of your reasonable request, we may not be able to make the necessary arrangements by the time of the event.
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On 3 Nov 2009 @ 10:05pm, 10:05pm Scotti mcKinney wrote:

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On 3 Nov 2009 @ 10:05pm, 10:05pm Scotti mcKinney wrote:

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On 3 Nov 2009 @ 10:07pm, 10:07pm ray joint wrote:

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On 3 Nov 2009 @ 10:07pm, 10:07pm ray joint wrote:

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On 4 Nov 2009 @ 3:07pm, 3:07pm Raj Kumar wrote:

Thank you!!

On 5 Nov 2009 @ 8:43am, 8:43am robin wrote:

faboooo! where is it?? center for the book? chronicle books?

cheers!

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Thursday, 5 Nov 2009 — Friday, 20 Nov 2009

Chronicle Books
680 Second Street
San Francisco, California 94107 Map
(415) 537-4200

Registration

  • AIGA Members: Free
  • Non-Members: Free

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