Latest Posts from Holly Grobholz

Louise Fili – “Love” Stamp

Louise Fili took up her biggest, smallest trim size of anything she had ever designed in 2012. Jessica Helfand, a design consultant at the Postmaster General’s Citizen’s Stamp Advisory Committee invited Fili to design a new edition to the “Love” stamp series for the US Postal Service. This series of stamps started with a stamp…

Louise Fili – Late July Food Packaging

In the early 2000’s, Louise Fili took on the project for designing the packaging for Late July crackers. Nicole Dawes, the owner of Late July, named her company after what she describes as the “sweet spot of summer”. Fili sought out to replicate this feeling into type and design. When Dawes first proposed her idea…

Louise Fili – The Lover Book Jacket

Louise Fili designed the cover for The Lover by Marguerite Duras in 1985 when she was art director for Pantheon Books at Random House. Duras was a French writer, and even though her work was famous in France, she was barely known in the United States. Thus, the projected sale of The Lover in America…

Louise Fili

Louise Fili is an Italian-American graphic designer recognized for her elegant, elaborate and timeless typography work. Influenced by her passions and voice, Fili has designed two thousand book jackets, two hundred restaurant identities, and numerous packages. She proves that design and passion go hand in hand, and the combination of these is what leads to…