From the depths of the Joint Distribution Committee’s rich archives history comes alive. Their influence on countless lives is chronicled is this elegant collector’s book with case. It’s commissioned as a 100-year commemorative piece to donors and supporters pulls from photographs and letters dating from 1914 compiled from JDC’s extensive Global Archives in New York and Jerusalem.
The book is organized by decades delineated with openers of black stock and 2 hits of opaque white ink.
Production details included spot varnishes of a gradating floral textures. Bright orange end leaves gives this earnest piece a touch of color.
The book design went out to inform an exhibition, “I Live. Send Help.” 100 Years of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, at the New-York Historical Society Museum & Library in New York City.
To accomplish the highest level of quality in the finished product, Stislow Design performed extensive production testing.