tipografia

Lausanne

Lausanne is a multicultural city, rich in history. Headquarters of the Olympic Committee and prestigious schools, attracts people from all over the world, absorbing influences and creating a particular cultural landscape, which could be called “Swiss.” As soon we
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CTL collective exibition

In January we will participate in this exhibition. We will present new works of engraving calligraphy, also will involve you in a print session live. Here you will find the link to the event and page on Facebook
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Landeck

Landeck (Austria) is a small town in the fantastic alpine landscape. From a point of view of typography we can see a strong connection with the German / Gothic culture; the lines of the type are generally hard and sharp, often based on calligraphic strokes. In the contemporary
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Bergamo (città alta)

Our travels in search of new and old letters forms continues in the city of Bergamo, exactly at the upper city (città alta) the ancient medieval city that stands on the hill. Our eyes are being captured by the lights and colors created in the beautiful alleys of the city, as well
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Canazei

We were pleased to see a small community like Canazei with such a strong visual identity. As often happens in Trentino, most of the signs is even hand-painted and there are walls that tell about the story and the personality of the territory. From the perspective of typographic
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Bled

The small town of Bled is not only a beautiful resort for mountain lovers, it’s also famous for the medieval history of the castle and the chapel in the middle of the lake, while its Art Nouveau villas manifest the glory of ’900. In the sanctuary we found the best
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Treviso

Treviso is a small city close to Venezia. We enter from the door of St. Thomas, where we are welcomed by its winged lion. Taking a walk through the main streets, it opens a succession of narrow streets and small alleys decorated with writings, engravings and paintings of each
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Ljubljana

The visual identity of Ljubljana is very strong and closely linked to the one of Austro-Hungarian Empire, although its typography does not have the same strength and not even a specific address. In our journey we were still fascinated by the characters of the late 800 and early
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