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June 4, 2013

Red Queen Book Arts Branding picks up an AIGA 100 Show Award

We are so thrilled to announce that our branding work for Red Queen Book Arts has earned an award of merit in the AIGA 100 Show. The show is run by the Salt Lake City chapter of AIGA, the professional association for design, and is the region’s most prestigious juried design competition.

The Winning Entry

Logo for the specialty book arts gallery, Red Queen Book Arts. 

The gallery draws its name from Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. Located in Salt Lake City, the gallery carries a large collection of both modern and antique collector’s editions. Red Queen Book Arts seeks to introduce the new collector to the world of book arts as well as support established collectors find rare treasures.

Steve, Kira and I were in New York City the night of the awards ceremony and so Karen accompanied the client to the show—thus marking the second time someone has attended a show and picked up my award in my absence (ask me about this after a drink sometime). I interviewed each key player on the project and think the answers are really interesting for someone considering a branding project with us or with another firm.

Thank you and congratulations to everyone that worked on this project!

About the author

Amber Sawaya

Amber Sawaya is a creative director, best-selling author and business owner. She designs and oversees UI, UX, app, and website projects.