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Ed Fella: New York Times

In 1999, Ed Fella designed the lettering for New York Times review of a book by Verlyn Klinkenborg. This was a big accomplishment for Ed Fella. Many people read the New York Times, so his art would be reaching a number of people that have never seen his artwork before. This was another one of…

Ed Fella: Sweets Promotion

In the mid-1970’s Ed Fella was asked to make an ad for Sweets catalogue promotion. Sweets catalog was a modern catalog design that included artist covers and accessible information. The seventies were a time of funky colors and radical designs, so Ed Fellas designs blinded right in with the culture. His art did blend in,…

Ed Fella

Ed Fella In 1938, graphic designer Ed Fella was born in Detroit, Michigan to immigrant parents from Europe. His parents, noticing he had an artistic gift, gave him the opportunities to explore his talents at a young age. Fella says, “his father used to take him to painting classes that were held in Rivera Court…