This Baroque-inspired design comes from a 1725 binding of The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio. Boccaccio, an Italian writer and poet, helped lay the foundations of Renaissance humanism. With its scope from humour to tragedy and its vivid narrative structure, The Decameron remains an affirmation of humanity and moral values.
Designed in Canada
No ordinary pencil cases, these eye-catching rectangular boxes can hold everything from favourite pens to...
Flexible softcover notebook reproducing a 1910 book cover for 'The Sensitive Plant and Early Poems'...
This collection features the lively design of multitalented French author and illustrator Benjamin Lacombe. A...