Arizona's 100th Year
As a way to celebrate the state of Arizona’s centennial year, O’Neil Printing collaborated with writer Lisa Schnebly Heidinger, Rule29 Creative, Roswell Bookbinding, and countless photographers and historians to create a collection of stories in an elegant coffee table book. Arizona: 100 Years Grand is a commemorative memento of the last century in Arizona history.
The limited edition, hardbound version features a beauty shot of Arizona’s most famous landmark, the Grand Canyon, inset into the cover. Debossed line art inspired by quilt block patterns and metallic copper foil stamping adds the perfect touch for such a special event. Inside the 248-page book, each year is detailed on its own spread and a specific focus. From historic sites and architectural achievements to tales of politics, entertainment, and even alien abductions, Arizona: 100 Years Grand is a compilation of the most interesting accounts of the last 100 years.
An engaging look at the iconic landscapes and riveting history of Arizona.
Capabilities and Equipment Used
Debossed line art, copper foil stamping,
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