Clare Hennessy

Capturing a sense of place and event on the printed page is often an important goal for graphic designers. From rock concert venues to battlefields to a city's cultural heritage, designers are asked to create designs that capture both a geographic locale, as well as a place in history. The Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) had this in mind when it set out to commemorate its new Millennium Park Garden. To celebrate both the landscape of the new lake-front park and the unique architectural competition that led to its design, the DCA commissioned a commemorative art book to be sold in park

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