A collection of writings from one of Mexico’s most famous authors, the Amparo Espinosa Rugarcia Collection was produced by the AMMA Foundation, Mexico, and designed by Brad Bartlett Design, with creative direction from Elaine Bartlett.
Comprised of seven case bound books, covering seven decades of Espinosa’s life, these books contain Espinosa’s writings on a wide variety of subjects, from Women and Feminism to The Importance of Morality in the Role of Human Development.
The seven books are designed as a colorful set of books, the contents of which span 1,830 pages printed in four color process and twelve Pantone© colors plus various varnishes and coatings. Each book has its own individual ribbon pull tab at the bottom for easy access.
Each set of books is housed in a turned edge slipcase, printed 4 color process plus metallic silver and de-bossed with a repeating logo.