Italian Vintage Typography Pasta Print


In stock

For the pasta type. 

Hang this pasta print somewhere special and let it be a reminder to all: you’re the pasta type! Each print is designed and manually printed using a 1950s proof press and vintage Italian typography blocks in San Miniato, Tuscany by La Tipografia Toscana.


What to Know:

  • Manually printed in San Miniato, Tuscany
  • 8 x 10″ print
  • ECF FSC™️ Certified Woodfree Virgin Pulp Paper, oil-based ink


Known type fonts include:

  • “Garganelli” printed in Metropol, designed by Aldo Novarese in 1967 for Fonderie Nebiolo in Turin
  • “Linguine” printed in Trienale, designed by Guido Modiano for the Reggiani Foundries in Milan in 1933
  • “Fusilli” and “Ziti” printed in Landi used for the Fonderia Nebiolo in Turin, around 1931.
  • “Paccheri” printed in Linea, a font used for the Cooperative Printing Foundry in Milan
  • “Penne” printed in Semplicità designed by Alessandro Butti in 1928 for Fonderie Nebbiolo in Turin


Dimensions 8 × 10 in


ECF FSC™️ Certified Woodfree Virgin Pulp Paper, oil-based ink

About the Producer

Nestled in San Miniato, Tuscany, La Tipografia Toscana is a modern printing studio with a passion for the old. Owner and artisan typographer, Martina Vincenti, travels around Italy to collect vintage Italian typography blocks and printing machines that she then uses to create modern prints with a nostalgic look.