Catalog

  • Archive of Styles - WOOD

    €580.00

    Limited edition of 88 numbered copies printed letterpress from handset wood types.

    Italian type design: unique pieces cut by hand in Italy between the mid-nineteenth and early twentieth century.

    Alpha-numeric series of 36 pieces, spanning from garalde to sans serif, from Apollonian to Dionysian. 

  • Il Cantico dei Cantici

    €220.00

    Limited edition of 122 copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter, and letterpress-printed.

    Love poem from the Bible in the form of a dialogue between a young woman and her lover. 

  • SUMMARY - Pablo Neruda

    €240.00

    Twenty poems which depict salient experiences occurred in the childhood and youth of the Poet:(his birth; the first voyage; his step-mother; his father; his first time at sea; …)

    Limited edition of copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter, and letterpress-printed.

  • Venice in the Cantos - Ezra Pound

    €200.00

    Anthology of poems dedicated to Venice, Pound's favorite town.

    Limited edition of 270 copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter, and letterpress-printed.

  • Masterpieces of type design for advertising - VOL. II

    €420.00

    Limited edition of 150. The only collectable series typeset by hand in original 20th-century foundry types, which represent the pinnacle of modern aesthetic.

  • La commedia - Dante Alighieri

    €1,200.00

    Limited edition of 209 copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter, and letterpress-printed.

    An edition in 3 volumes, and more than 600 thousands sorts typeset by hand, a unique achievement in contemporary printing.

    Text edited by Francesco Mazzoni, based on the reading by Giorgio Petrocchi for the Società Dantesca Italiana.

  • Conferenza Nobel - Pablo Neruda

    €680.00

    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. 

  • Sull’indole del piacere e del dolore - P. Verri

    €280.00

    Limited edition of 135 copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter, and letterpress-printed.

    Pietro Verri (Milan 1728-1797) sheds light on the nature of human passions and the mechanisms of pleasure, anticipating the new theories of unconscious mental processes, which spur men to act in the pursuit of happiness. 

  • Leonardo da Vinci's resume

    €260.00

    Limited edition of 62 copies typeset by hand, numbered and letterpress printed. The first modern curriculum vitae, written by Leonardo da Vinci to the Duke in Milan, proves to be a document of rare effectiveness.

  • I rimpianti della bella Elmiera - F. Villon

    €0.00

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    Limited edition of 81 copies typeset by hand in movable types, letter by letter, and letterpress-printed.
    Italian translation by Guido Ceronetti, which was put up on stage on the occasion of Ceroneti’s last last show in theatre (Teatro Gobetti di Torino, 20-25 june 2011). 

  • Victimæ Paschali Laudes

    €100.00

    The only Gregorian Chant handset in movable types.
    Letterpress-printed on pure cotton paper handmade expressly for this edition at the Fabriano Paper Museum.

  • Masterpieces of type design for advertising - VOL. I

    €420.00

    Limited edition of 150. The only collectable series typeset by hand in original 20th-century foundry types, which represent the pinnacle of modern aesthetic.