Designer Stamp Sets | Full collection
Why choose when you can have the whole collection? A special offer with the 3 set of stamps designed by Italo Lupi, Carin Goldberg and Olimpia Zagnoli. Letters, symbols, noses and mouths to compose words and faces.
Look at them: aren't you looking for soaking them with ink?
Italo Lupi graduated in architecture from the Milan Polytechnic and mostly does architecture for exhibitions and cohordinated projects of editorial and graphic design. Corporate image consultant for la Rinascente, IBM Italia and Milano Triennale. Former art director of Domus magazine, editor-in-chief and art director of Abitare from 1992 to 2007. He did the graphic design for exhibitions and museums with the architecture of Mario Bellini (Museo della Storia di Bologna, Palazzo Grassi, Stupinigi, Triennale di Milano), Achille Castiglioni (padiglioni RAI and Bticino, PittiImmagine, Museo Correr in Venice,layout of 14th Triennale), Guido Canali (the “Settecento”exhibition in Palazzo della Pilotta, Parma). With Migliore e Servetto he designed the Look of the City for the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin and for the celebrations of 150th anniversary of the Italian unity, whose symbol is the great light installation on the Mole Antonelliana.
Carin Goldberg is a graphic designer often recognized for her award-winning book jackets and record covers. She has taught graphic design and typography at the School of Visual Arts in New York City for over 30 years. She is a member of Alliance Graphique Internationale and a Fellow of the American Academy in Rome.
Olimpia Zagnoli (Reggio Emilia, 1984) lives and works in Milan. Immediately after graduating from the Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) of Milan, she spent some time in New York, where she made her first contacts in American publishing. The first to intuit her talent was the art director of the “The New York Times” who commissioned an illustration from her. Following this first prestigious collaboration, other important international newspapers and magazines, among which—“The New Yorker,” “The Guardian,” “The Washington Post,” “Le Monde,” “Marie Claire,” “Vanity Fair,” “Internazionale” and “la Repubblica”—appreciate her essential style, made of sinuous lines, saturated colors and full color fields, able to transmit the essence of the object efficiently. She has been asked to illustrate for some leading international publishers. In 2014, her illustrated version of the children’s classic The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (Rockport, 2014) was published. Her unmistakable style draws much of its inspiration from art and design history as well as from pop culture. In addition to working on commission, Olimpia Zagnoli continues her personal and artistic research about creating a dialog between illustration and other expressive forms. Her works have been exhibited in numerous collective exhibitions in Italy and Europe.