Limited edition of 250 copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter, and letterpress-printed.
Bilingual English-Italian edition. First English appearance.
Florence, late 15th century. An animated discussion takes place about the revolution prompted by the introduction of printing, in opposition to manuscript books.
The discussion reflects the opposite attitudes that, in recent times, have divided public opinion about paperless digital information and printing. The arguments are pretty much the same: aesthetic beauty versus economic convenience, nostalgia as opposed to practicality.
Limited edition of 50 numbered copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter, and letterpress-printed.
This booklet is a homage to Italian type designer Aldo Novarese in the centenary of his birth (1920-2020). It has been typeset by hand in types he designed, which were cast by Nebiolo Foundry in Turin.
Limited edition of 300 copies typeset by hand and letterpress-printed. First and comprehensive typographic tribute to the most prominent Italian type designer in the period 1930-1950s and his very successful types. Typeset by hand in the original 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s types he designed, which were cast by Nebiolo Foundry in those years.
AMAZONIAN TALE PRINTED IN FIRST EDITION
Last few copies available, on sale from the Publisher’s collection on occasion of the Author’s eightieth birthday.
One of the most beautiful Amazonian myths, embodied by a child whose innocence can save the fate of humanity.
Limited edition of 170 copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter, and letterpress-printed.
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Limited edition of 156 copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter, and letterpress-printed.
Dedicated to the aesthetics of indexes, colophons and book prospectuses. Includes original specimens from the 1930s.
Limited edition of 60 copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter, and letterpress-printed. They include an original graphic print by Ugo Nespolo, made in stencil technique, signed and numbered.
Edition in Italian language.
One of the most memorable speech ever delivered by a Nobel laureate, it was held by Pablo Neruda in Stockholm at the Nobel Prize awarding ceremony. In the speech Neruda recounts his escape through the Andes, an adventurous journey which becomes the metaphor of the mysterious path of Poetry.
Neruda was awarded the Literature Nobel Prize in 1971; few months later, the first original edition of his moving speech was printed by the Tallone Press. At that time it was printed in Spanish, while this second edition is now printed in Italian.
Original 1965 edition now on sale at a special price, in conjunction with the 700th anniversary of Dante’s death (1321-2021).
Typeset by hand and printed letterpress by Alberto Tallone (1898-1968) in Alpignano, where the Press is still active today.
Limited edition of 700 numbered copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter.
Limited edition of 46 numbered copies typeset by hand in moveable types, letter by letter, and letterpress printed on cotton paper made in Sicily with the groundwater from the volcano Etna.
Etching by Walter Valentini, signed and numbered, made expressly for this edition.
This edition printed in Latin is a tribute to the famous incunabulum printed by Aldus Manutius in 1495, which is considered to be the first modern book.
Bembo tells about his trip to Sicily to learn Greek and about his ascent to the top of volcano Etna.