I have been dedicated to rekindling the ancient fourth-century tradition of Venetian bookbinding.
In every item one can perceive the love for beauty, the taste in selecting the colors and the sensitivity to tradition that has allowed the selected items to be appreciated worldwide by refined audiences.
The paper used to cover these items is hand-printed. With the oldest printing method, some parts of the surface of a wooden tablet are carved to create a design in relief of the desired image on the die.
After this, a roller soaked in the ink is rolled onto the die, which is then pressed repeatedly onto the sheet with adapting pressings. This whole process requires great skill and precision.