Not many get to see the art form that is the annual report. Often, these reports need to calm uneasy investors, but also impress and entertain the more saavy financial giants as well. This can be a tough line to walk, especially when the market is down.

With this annual report, I wanted to convey that not only does Barnes and Noble contain stories inside their stores, but that the stories also contain Barnes & Noble. The mood is light, but more importantly, the juxtaposition of age-old tales with a company that has been a powerhouse for decades, gives the company a grounded feel.

This project was selected to be exhibited at the Academy of Art's Industry Spring Show in 2010.

Photography: Elizabeth & Greg Dean

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