Christmas collection 2022

Over 100 decorative papers and 200 greeting cards: numbers that tell only part of the richness of the Tassotti offer dedicated to Christmas, among the widest in the field of fine stationery.  

A creativity constantly nourished, this year renewed also thanks to the contribution of some of the most successful graphic designers and calligraphers and students of specialized universities.

In Luci di Natale (created by the students of the Calligraphy and Lettering class at IUSVE, led by the teacher Anna Schettin), a string of colored lightbulbs gives shape to words and phrases that are part of the collective imagination to represent the Holiday Seasons.

In Let it Snow pattern, the graphic signs become drawings, forming a Christmas star that frames a snowflake: a symbol of the season that hosts this holiday. Available in red and green, the paper has been declined in chiaroscuro for a “double face” use.

From the pen of Francesca Biasetton, President of the Italian Calligraphic Association, comes the pattern Lettere e Segni di Natale that intertwines calligraphic signs in green and gold on an ivory background: Merry Christmas wishes written in different languages. By the same author, the new cards in two sizes, where a shower of hearts combines with the typical elements of Christmas depicted in a simple and stylized way.

A royal note for the Flora a Natale pattern by the art teacher Anita Frison, who interpreted the tradition with the elegance that always characterizes her work. The intense shade of green that is the background to the floral pattern is also declined on the gift tags and on self-mounting gift boxes with coordinated lids.

A contemporary reinterpretation of a classic Remondinian motif of the eighteenth century could not be missing: the delicate harmony of white and blue is enhanced in a zigzag frame outlined by golden strokes.

The Tassotti Christmas collection is completed by greeting cards in two sizes, reproducing snowy landscapes with a muffled atmosphere and evocative settings.

And for a Christmas in the name of tradition, the Company proposes the Remondinian cut-out crib, an ancient depiction of the iconic religious Nativity scene taken from eighteenth-century prints produced by the Remondini Printing House, with eighteen paper polychrome figures.