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Collection by Mira Paradies / Uta Krogmann Illustration + Design • Last updated 6 weeks ago

Mira Paradies / Uta Krogmann Illustration + Design
  Book Design Inspiration, Indie Books, Personalized Candles, Stationery Store, Book Posters, Book Cover Design, Diy Art, Layout Design, Childrens Books

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Jeff Fisher, Painterly book cover with hand-drawn typography and bold silhouettes Book Cover Design, Book Design, Jeff Fisher, Victorian Books, Collections Of Objects, Album Book, Graphic Design Posters, Color Themes, Graphic Illustration

Jeffrey Fisher

Jeff hails from Melbourne Australia where he studied Fine Art – Film and Animation at Preston Institute of Technology in the 70s. He flirted with London for a while before settling down in France in 1993. The bulk of Jeff's work has been book cover design as well as working in design and exhibiting regularly in Paris and London.

Inspired by his visit to Italy, American lettering artist Kyle Letendre created these great ‘faux-vintage’ matchbook covers. Matchbox Art, Vintage Italy, Vintage Type, Grid Design, Illustrations, Graphic Design Illustration, Retro Illustration, World Best Photos, Lettering Design

Italy Matchbooks

A personal project for my recent trip to Italy. Faux-vintage matchbooks exploring my love for Italian design, offset printing and vintage design.

Letterology covers typography, hand lettering, books, ephemera and other topics related to design. Stationery Store, Orange, Packaging Design, Hand Lettering, Diy And Crafts, Wraps, Typography, Graphic Design, Vintage

Design Wrap

The history of fruit wrappers dovetails nicely with the early practice of graphic design long before this term was ever coined. The practice of wrapping fruit with tissue papers "began as a means of controlling the spread of fungal decay" according to Maurice Rickards in his book Encyclopedia of Ephemera. They were originally introduced for wrapping citrus fruits like oranges and lemons in the late 19th century, but were later adopted for apricots, tomatoes and other produce. Soon growers…

Saints on citrus fruit wrappers: the beauty of good - Italian Ways Vintage Packaging, Vintage Labels, Fruit Packaging, Cafe Art, Fruit Painting, Mid Century Art, Vintage Type, Wraps, Graphic Design Typography

Saints on citrus fruit wrappers: the beauty of good - Italian Ways

There was a time when citrus fruits were wrapped in the images of saints like Francis of Assisi, Anthony the Abbot, Cosmas and Damian, Rita, Jerome, Lucy, Rosalia… There even was Moses, the prophet of the Old Testament, with a Michelangelesque “Why don’t you speak?” – which according to legend was what the artist asked […]

“Scacchetti”: beauty wrapped around Sicily’s citrus fruit - Italian Ways

“Scacchetti”: beauty wrapped around Sicily’s citrus fruit - Italian Ways

We continue our exploration of the art surrounding Sicily’s citrus fruit industry. Citrus fruits gave rise to some of the liveliest companies in the region between the 19th and the 20th century – and became a de facto symbol of the island, popular and recognized in the whole world. After showcasing the perforated paper and […]