Las Lanzas Coloradas (The Red Lances) by the Venezuelan writer Arturo Uslar-Pietri, may very well be the first-ever official germination of Latin American magical realism…Anyone interested in Venezuelan History this a great book to begin with..This is a 1932 German edition, designed by the German master typographer Jan Tschichold…
4 sets of beautifully designed catalogues from each solo exhibitions by Venezuelan artists and photographer that were held in Galería de Art Nacional; Gladys Meneses, Christian Belpaire, Chales Ventrillón Horber, Asdrúbal Colmenare.
A completed catalog of the Pre-Columbian art of the indigenous peoples of Venezuela. Honorable mention at The Most Beautiful Books Award in 2001. Design by Alvaro Sotillo / Carlos Germán Rojas (illustrator).
This publication is considered by Álvaro Sotillo to be his first completed assignment as a book designer, and still it won the honorable mention as the Most Beautiful Books in the World Award at Leipzig in 1975.
This is an exhibition catalogue of a very nicely presented history, uses and protection of paper through millennium. Designed by Álvaro Sotillo. Honorable Mention at The International Art Book Exposition in 1980.
This is the most beautiful two-volume encyclopedia of Venezuela GeoHistory of sensitivity. Álvaro Sotillo and Gabriela Fontanillas, both excellent graphic designers from Caracas, have created a complex yet highly subtle typography. This first edition of two volumes was the winner of the “Golden Letters”, a maxim distention at “The most Beautiful Book of the World” from the foundation The Art of the Book of Leipzig in 2008.
The book groups the great work of Gerd Leufert’s and Álvaro Sotillo’s designs, earned the first price in Leipzig as the best-designed book in 1985. If you are an admirer of object-books and world graphic design, this is definitely, a great example to have. Photographs by Paolo Gasparini.
The book groups the great work of Gerd Leufert’s and Álvaro Sotillo’s designs, earned the Goldene Letter in Leipzig as the most beautiful book in 1985. If you are an admirer of object-books and world graphic design, this is definitely, a great example to have. Photographs by Paolo Gasparini.