In Stencil Type, Steven Heller and Louise Fili explore the variety and influence of the world’s most ubiquitous typographic style.
Print takes a look at 16 gorgeous pieces by 2015 Regional Design Annual judge Louise Fili.
Louise Fili releases a vibrant sequel to her beloved Perfetto pencils: Tutti Frutti.
Looking for vintage and rare design books, type specimens, point-of-purchase displays and ephemera? Check out Steven Heller and Louise Fili's private stash.
Straight from its boffo Farmingdale premiere, the most elegant design exhibit, Elegantissima: The Design and Typography of Louise Fili opens at the Art Director’s Club next week.
Louise Fili's most recent SVA/NYC subway poster is a bloomin' herald of spring in the frigid Big Apple.
If you're looking for a definition of plagiarism look below and read this story about a ripoff of Louise Fili's logo for a Texas restaurant, Aventino, from LogoThief. There's copying and then there's COPYING. And seriously, if you're going to copy, don't do every little graphic flourish.
Elegantissima,: The Design and Typography of Louise Fili, the monograph by Louise Fili, is now an exhibition with the same name opening on Thursday, November 21 at The Memorial Gallery at Farmingdale State College.
The first Designers & Books Fair (at FIT in NYC)—produced by Designers & Books and its founder, Steve Kroeter—went off this past weekend with only one hitch: Hurricane Sandy. Well, partly. The organizers had to end the fair a few hours early, before the city shut down subway service. Sadly, the conversation between Richard...
By Jane Lerner Bach’s “Art of the Fugue” would make an ideal soundtrack to John Passafiume’s meticulous, mellifluous lettering and illustrations. “The baroque tendency to embellish is now considered excessive, but it’s something I happen to take seriously,” Passafiume says. “With Bach, decoration and virtuosity gesture at an abstract whole. The pursuit of, and...