A Celebration of Denver's Art Culture
Since its inception in 2006, the Denver Art Museum has become a symbol of Denver’s status as one of the nation’s fastest growing urban centers and a catalyst for change. This book is meant for fans of the Denver Art Museum and anyone interested in art, architecture, and the future of exhibition design.
As Denver continues to assert its presence in the world of art and design, the Denver Art Museum wanted to create a book to showcase the unique flavor of Denver’s creativity.
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The Not Square book was created using elegant symth sewn book-binding and matte finish cover.
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