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Gràfica de les Rambles: The Signs of Barcelona Hardcover – September 26, 2017
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About the Author
Louise Fili is director of Louise Fili Ltd, a New York-based design studio specializing in branding for food packaging and restaurants. Fili was art director of Pantheon Books for eleven years, where she designed close to 2000 book jackets. She is a member of the Art Directors Hall of Fame, and received the medal of lifetime achievement from the AIGA and the Type Directors Club.
Fili is the author of Elegantissima, Grafica della Strada, and Graphique de la Rue. She also co-authored and designed Italianissimo and The Cognoscenti's Guide to Florence. With her husband, the design historian Steven Heller, she is co-author of Italian Art Deco, British Modern, Dutch Moderne, Streamline, French Modern, Deco España, German Modern, Deco Type, Design Connoisseur, Counter Culture, Typology, Stylepedia, Euro Deco, Scripts, Shadow Type, Stencil Type, and Slab Serif Type. She has also designed Perfetto, Tutti Frutti, and Brillante pencils.
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We can only hope that she keeps going and going and going. My advice: Don't put this book up on a shelf. Keep it out on a favorite
tabletop, and just flip through when you want a blast of design acumen. From commanding block letters that communicate with brio -- to
curvaceous swirling italics........Now add elegant mosaics, carved eternal limestone, colorful stained glass, and eye-popping neon......It's all
here. Beautiful savvy photos, GREAT page design a la Fili, and just enough text to sweeten the pot of this visual feast.
Typography mavens will be push-overs for this book -- but this engaging volume will enroll ANY one into the love of beautiful letter forms.