Monday, March 30, 2009

Typophilia

There has been a bit of buzz around the blogosphere regarding the new website for Louise Fili Ltd., a firm specializing in the design of restaurant identity and food packaging, and for very good reason-- the website is chock-full of the creative work of this talented firm.

I fell especially hard for this logo for Rusk Renovations, Inc.; the vintage-feeling ruler and typography completely did me in.


I also am head over heels for what looks to have been an amazing issue of the Italian magazine, Un Sedicesimo. The issue was devoted to the Italian and French script typefaces from Louise Fili and Steven Heller's collections, and it looks like it would provide endless inspiration.






Finally, I adore this image from Louise Fili's sneak peek on Design*Sponge. The vintage tin is gorgeous, and I love that it is used to display some of the matchbooks and business cards from restaurants for which they have designed logos.


Stay tuned for more from this accomplished firm, as tomorrow I will be sharing some of my favorite packaging work from their portfolio.

5 comments:

Meg said...

Gorgeous! I love this post!

alissa said...

mmm i love the french and italian ones! i should really go on vacation to research more of this kind of thing :)

Carolina Eclectic said...

Ooh, very cool!

Tina { Luphia Loves... } said...

their work is amazing!! i adore the vintage style :)

xx

Courtney said...

all of these images are total eye candy!!! I'm swooning over here.