Publication Design

Linda Secondari, Creative Director and Principal at Studiolo Secondari is an award winning Designer and Art Director with over 20 years of experience in producing print and e-publications, Studiolo Secondari offers comprehensive design capabilities for short and long projects including: books, brochures, annual reports, exhibit catalogs, look books, style guides, and ebooks.
 

 

Studiolo Secondari Publication Services

Linda Secondari, Creative Director and Principal at Studiolo Secondari, is an award-winning Designer and Art Director with over 20 years of experience in producing print and e-publications, Studiolo Secondari offers comprehensive design capabilities for short and long projects including:

Design

We specialize in user focused publication design. Books covers and text designs of all sorts--trade, academic, cook books, and higher educations text books--we do it all! We also design brochures, annual reports, exhibit catalogs, look books, ebooks, and any other publications.

Composition

We offer a full set of composition capabilities for short and long projects for print and digital content and outputs. 

Specialized typographic and font development services are available as well.

Project Management

With more than 20 years of complex project management experience, we are happy to lend our expertise to your project! Studiolo offers a full set of project management services including resource coordination, scheduling, as well as print and manufacturing sourcing. We excel in product development, and project ideation for clients in the arts, entertainment, and scholarship spaces.

Book Design

Studiolo Secondari is an award winning design studio. Linda Secondari's design work has been internationally recognized by design competitions, book critics, marketing directors, authors, and delighted readers.

 
 

South Street By Barbra Mensch

New York Book Show selection in Illustrated Book Category

ICP selection in the Photography Book category

South Street is Barbara G. Mensch's evocative tribute to the lost world of Lower Manhattan's Fulton Fish Market. For more than a century, a colorful, tightly knit community of fishmongers, many of them recent immigrants and children of immigrants, thrived under the base of the Brooklyn Bridge. These men lived in a closed, internally policed world that was deeply hostile to outsiders.

 

A Thousand Moons On A Thousand Rivers / Hsaio Li Hung

AIGA selection 50 Books & 50 Covers Competition

AAUP selection in the Book Category

 

Winner of the United Daily Literature Competition, this novel about love, betrayal, family life, and the power of tradition in small-town Taiwan was an instant bestseller when first published in Taiwan.

 
 
 
 
 
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Serendipities / Umberto Eco

AIGA selection 50 Books & 50 Covers

AAUP Selection Book Design

Best-selling author Umberto Eco's work unlocks the riddles of history in an exploration of the "linguistics of the lunatic," stories told by scholars, scientists, poets, fanatics, and ordinary people in order to make sense of the world. 

 

Rivalry / Nagai Kafu

New York Book Show selection 

Originally published in 1918, Rivalry is regarded as the masterpiece of Nagai Kafu, a Japanese novelist known for his brilliant renderings of Tokyo in the early years of modern Japan. Stephen Snyder offers the first English translation of the complete, uncensored text, which has long been celebrated as one of the most convincing and sensually rich portraits of the geisha profession.

 

Acquainted With The Night / Elizabeth Spaar, Editor

AAUP Selection Book Design

Stiftung Buchkunst Competition Frankfurt Book Fair

Originally published in 1918, Rivalry is regarded as the masterpiece of Nagai Kafu, a Japanese novelist known for his brilliant renderings of Tokyo in the early years of modern Japan. Stephen Snyder offers the first English translation of the complete, uncensored text, which has long been celebrated as one of the most convincing and sensually rich portraits of the geisha profession.

 

AIA Guide To NYC

AAUP selection in the Book Category

New York Book Show selection 

Judging a Book by its cover

Linda Secondari was invited by the University Press of Kentucky and the UK College of Design to give in the Farish Theater of the Lexington Public Library talk about book design with a particular focus on the Association of University Presses' Annual Book, Jacket, and Journal Show.