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Luca Barcellona – “Take Your Pleasure Seriously” Book

Luca Barcellona si appresta a lanciare il suo prossimo libro, “Take Your Pleasure Seriously”, il book edito da Lazy Dog trova la sua collocazione all’interno dell’immaginario del noto artista.
L’artista è famosa per la sua integrazione con un background da graffiti artist con quella da calligrafo, in un continuo evolversi che l’ha portato a collaborare con brand e marchi importanti tra cui Dolce & Gabbana, Carhartt, Nike, Red Bull e molte altre.

For Luca Barcellona, Italian graphic designer and calligrapher, letters are the building blocks of his creations. From Carolingian to tags, from the quill to the spray can, Barcellona takes the age-old
craft of lettering to new heights with the inventiveness and talent of a contemporary virtuoso. His striking, expressive, and original letterforms and compositions open onto uncharted territory, laying
the foundations of a new writing style.
Take Your Pleasure Seriously (a quote by the designers Charles and Ray Eames) serves as a leitmotif for Barcellona who turned his passion into a way of life, first as a graffiti artist and then as a professional calligrapher. His production spans a broad spectrum from the reproduction of a world globe from 1569 to brand identities, book covers, ad campaigns, and performances.
This beautifully designed artist book features hundreds of drawings made over the last decade including commissioned work (Carhartt, Dolce & Gabbana, Nike, Red Bull, Universal, etc.), personal projects, performances, and many never-seen-beforework.
The book will fascinate and inspire anybody who works with letters or is interested in how they look.

Con 224 pagine all’interno tutte le immagini dei lavori di Luca nel corso degli ultimi dieci anni, tra cui l’ultima che ha visto l’artista occuparsi dell’artwork per i festeggiamenti di Graffitishop, noto store online italiano.
Se siete interessati il book è disponibile in pre-order direttamente sul sito di Lazy Dog, per 68 Euro, qui.

Pics by Spectrum and The Artist

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Luca Barcellona – “Take Your Pleasure Seriously” Book

Luca Barcellona si appresta a lanciare il suo prossimo libro, “Take Your Pleasure Seriously”, il book edito da Lazy Dog trova la sua collocazione all’interno dell’immaginario del noto artista.
L’artista è famosa per la sua integrazione con un background da graffiti artist con quella da calligrafo, in un continuo evolversi che l’ha portato a collaborare con brand e marchi importanti tra cui Dolce & Gabbana, Carhartt, Nike, Red Bull e molte altre.

For Luca Barcellona, Italian graphic designer and calligrapher, letters are the building blocks of his creations. From Carolingian to tags, from the quill to the spray can, Barcellona takes the age-old
craft of lettering to new heights with the inventiveness and talent of a contemporary virtuoso. His striking, expressive, and original letterforms and compositions open onto uncharted territory, laying
the foundations of a new writing style.
Take Your Pleasure Seriously (a quote by the designers Charles and Ray Eames) serves as a leitmotif for Barcellona who turned his passion into a way of life, first as a graffiti artist and then as a professional calligrapher. His production spans a broad spectrum from the reproduction of a world globe from 1569 to brand identities, book covers, ad campaigns, and performances.
This beautifully designed artist book features hundreds of drawings made over the last decade including commissioned work (Carhartt, Dolce & Gabbana, Nike, Red Bull, Universal, etc.), personal projects, performances, and many never-seen-beforework.
The book will fascinate and inspire anybody who works with letters or is interested in how they look.

Con 224 pagine all’interno tutte le immagini dei lavori di Luca nel corso degli ultimi dieci anni, tra cui l’ultima che ha visto l’artista occuparsi dell’artwork per i festeggiamenti di Graffitishop, noto store online italiano.
Se siete interessati il book è disponibile in pre-order direttamente sul sito di Lazy Dog, per 68 Euro, qui.

Pics by Spectrum and The Artist

On Providermag