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Copyright Text Designed In A Fun Typographic Way


For “The Tea Council’s Guide to the Best Tea Places in England”, published by The Little Bookroom, 2002

Copyright text is mandatory when it comes to the introductory pages in books.

To take the humdrum out of the task of setting the copyright text, New York designer Louise Fili does it in an interesting way.

Referencing food, tea and whatever the book’s about—she turns the boring text into something quite attractive with a her trademark typographic style, that would make readers more than happy to look at.


For “BloshBlobBerBosh: Runcible Poems for Edward Lear, Creative Editions, 1998






[via Creative Review]
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