A collection to pay homage to Leonardo da Vinci’ s genius, 500 years after his death.
On the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo, the Italian Reinassance genius, Grafiche Tassotti has created a capsule collection fully dedicated to him, made by sheets of multi-use decorative paper and stationery.
Tassotti has chosen to dedicate a series of diaries, notebooks, pencils and more to some of Leonardo’s most famous projects: the Vitruvian Man – with his ideal proportions that make him harmoniously inscribed in the two perfect forms of circle and square –, his incredible flying machines and some extracts from the charming writings of the Master.
Tassotti products become small masterpieces, born from knowledge and craftsmanship, love for paper and loyalty to the art of printing in its many expressions. Totally handmade, they are refined objects able to pay homage to Leonardo da Vinci with the unique style of a "creative printing house".