“Many words, few facts”, which in Tuscany translates into “Dimorti Discorsi”. Printed in one of the most popular fonts of all time, Cooper Black italic, copied from various foundries and woodblocks. It is probably an Italian copy of the Adige Xylography of Verona present in the sample collection dated 1978 with the name of “Dino Italic”.
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On TV they’d say “Di Molti Discorsi” but here words transforms, letters change – especially in typography!
A Limited Edition of 35 numbered, stamped and signed copies, printed on 240 gr Cordenons Flora Tabacco paper made with 30% secondary fibers of pure cellulose, 60% ECF (Elemental Chlorine Free) pure virgin cellulose fibers from sustainable sources and 10% cotton linters fiber.
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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