Dante canto XXXIII
“Love, that moves the Sun and all the other stars” Dante Alighieri ends up in the printing machine with an excerpt of his Divina Commedia: Paradiso, Canto XXXIII.
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There it is, love: the protagonist of a typographical composition that speaks to us of pure feelings and strength.
Love is that magical energy that – according to Dante – moves the sun and the other stars.
Translated into today’s language, it is that invisible force that binds us, shapes us, teaches us, makes us travel for miles on the motorway, makes us wait for that other special person to see the next episode of that TV series we love.
For this piece there are two versions available:
– A – “L’Amor” Gold + silver
– B – “L’Amor” Silver + gold
Write which version you want to order on the notes! (A or B).
The poster is printed on Favini Cobalt Blue paper, 250 gr.
Each copy is inked and printed by hand, so there may be small differences between the photo you see and the object you receive. No copy is perfectly identical to the other. Frame not included.
Would you like to collect your poster here in the studio?
At check-out you’ll find the option for collection. I’ll contact you personally via Whatsapp to schedule an appointment!
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