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Architecture

Illustrator's vision lets him see what's not yet built

Frank Costantino's rendering of a concert hall at Adelphi University earned him the Ferris prize from the American Society of Architectural Illustrators. Frank Costantino's rendering of a concert hall at Adelphi University earned him the Ferris prize from the American Society of Architectural Illustrators.
By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / October 26, 2008

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Frank Costantino is a distinguished Boston artist in a field most people don't know exists. (Full article: 991 words)

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